Facebook respects European privacy, skips facial recognition
It already removed facial recognition from its tagging feature in Europe.
Apple Pay finally becomes useful in Canada
All five major banks have signed on, and you'll have a wide choice of cards.
BlackBerry CEO won't say whether he gave up encryption keys
"Tech companies as good corporate citizens should comply with reasonable lawful access requests."
Canada's prime minister schools reporter on quantum computing
When you come at Justin Trudeau, you best not miss.
Canadian police used BlackBerry's key to unlock BBM messages
New report claims over 1 million messages were decrypted over two years.
You can buy the Vive at brick and mortar stores this summer
Your escape into the virtual world will be available at these real-world locations.
Twitter is pushing Moments out to more countries
Service has launched in Australia, with Canada coming next month.
Samsung Pay racks up 5 million users in half a year
Whether or not they'll keep using the payment service isn't clear.
Gravitational waves are our window into the early universe
This changes everything.