Local Canadian police station admits it owns a Stingray
And, yes, it's used the device in previous investigations.
Facebook starts testing live photo and video filters
The mobile app feature, however, is still in its experimental stages.
'Pokémon Go' expansion marred by a possible cyberattack
The mobile gaming hit is in 26 new countries, but may have faced a denial-of-service attack.
No one wants to test self-driving cars in Ontario, Canada
The province hasn't had any luck getting companies to sign up in half a year.
This DJI Phantom 3 drone hit a Quebec woman in the head
The drone's controller still has no idea how it even happened.
Google's own Cardboard headset arrives in four more countries
The company's own-brand budget VR headset is available outside the US.
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."