Verizon Buys Yahoo for $4.83 Billion in Cash

Verizon has bought Yahoo for $4.83 billion in cash.

New Emoji Have Been Approved that Aim to Bring More Diversity and Equality for Women to Digital Communication

The Unicode Emoji Subcommitte has approved numerous new emoji with an aim to bring more diversity and equality for women to digital communication.

Rogers Launches Public Cloud for Businesses, Offering Lower Computing and Storage Costs

Rogers has launched Rogers Public Cloud, offering cost effective new data storage options to Canadian businesses.

Windows 10 Anniversary Update Coming This August

Microsoft’s Window’s 10 anniversary update is coming to consumers August 2nd, 2016 with several new features in security, gaming and tools for the classroom.

Quebec’s Videotron Launches Hybrid Fibre Giga Internet Service

Quebec’s Videotron is launching Hybrid Fibre Giga Internet service.

Shopify is Helping Bring Apple Pay to Over 200,000 Online Stores This Fall

Canada’s Shopify Inc., the leading cloud-based, multichannel commerce platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses, is working with Apple to bring Apple Pay to the web.

YouTube Brings Live Streaming to Its Mobile App

YouTube has embedded the ability to do live streaming in its mobile app, with the press of one button.

U.S Court of Appeals Has Ruled Against ‘Fast Lanes’ on the Internet: Will the CRTC Do the Same?

U.S Court of appeals has ruled against ‘Fast Lanes’ on the Internet, something that the CRTC will likely consider when they review Canada’s net neutrality rules as part of an upcoming public hearing.

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