Restaurant Firm OTG Adding 2500 iPads at Toronto’s Airport

Airport restaurant manager, OTG is planning to install 2,500 Apple iPads at Toronto Pearson International Airport to help travelers improve their dining and digital experience. OTG has already supplied 300 new iPads at New York’s LaGuardia Airport Terminal D, and based on the success there, it is shipping another 2,000 units, along with an additional […]

Music Streamer Deezer Expands to Canada

French music streamer, Deezer said it will offer services in Canada, Australia and New Zealand starting on April 25th. Deezer boasts 20 million users, 1.5 million paid subscribers, 15 million music tracks and a huge social media presence with 600,000 Facebook fans and 300,000 followers on Twitter. “We are thrilled to launch Deezer in Canada, […]

British Columbia Has Top Provincial Website

If you’ve been waiting to check out your provincial website to see if it lives up to the best, a Stratford Institute study released on April 18th has cut the legwork on that project significantly. British Columbia takes the top spot for its eGovernment initiatives, namely  providing the best online services and information for its […]

Facebook Buys Photo Sharing Firm Instagram for $1B

Instagram, a hugely popular photo sharing service with more than 30 million users, is now part of the Facebook family. Last week the free app, which adds filters and special effects to pictures, became available to Android users and registered 1 million new sign-ups within the first 12 hours. Facebook, which intends to go public […]

Hill+Knowlton Launches Predictor App Ahead of Alberta Election

If you need a heads-up before Alberta’s provincial election on April 23rd, well, there’s an app for that. Hill+Knowlton Strategies’ (H+K) interactive election predictor is back and available online. Political strategists and enthusiasts alike can forecast (or wager) on how the upcoming provincial election will unfold right down to the individual riding. With a downloadable […]

Bell Launches Fibe TV in Quebec City

Bell has introduced its Fibe TV service to Quebec City with high-speed fibre optic technology available directly to residences and businesses beginning March 12th. The $220 million investment is the largest ‘fibre to the home’ network rollout of its kind in Canada, supporting enhanced competition and choice in Québec with the latest broadband TV, Internet and Home […]

Two thirds of American adults use social networking sites

Almost two out of three (65%) of adult internet users in the United States now say they use a social networking site, up from 61% a year ago, according to a recent report by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project.

The researchers also say that if marks the first time that more than half of all adults (which includes online and offline adults) use sites such as MySpace, Facebook or LinkedIn.

Fox News falsely Tweets that President Obama was shot and killed

Early Monday morning, Fox New’s Twitter account for political news reported that U.S. President Barack Obama had been assassinated.

A total of six tweets were posted on the FoxNewsPolitics account and reporting that Obama had been shot to death in Iowa and the shooter was unknown.

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