Apr 30, 2020
The City of Toronto partners with tech giants to provide free temporary internet access for vulnerable Torontoians, Elon Musk is under fire for recent Tweets, and a bizarre conspiracy involving Bill Gates is circulating online.
Apr 29, 2020
The Canadian government holds its first virtual House of Commons session on Zoom amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom and Oracle pen a new deal, and the British National Health Service is ditching an app proposed by Apple and Google in favour of its own to perform contact-tracing.
Apr 28, 2020
Foodora says goodbye to Canada, Ontario’s frontline healthcare workers get a boost from Telus and Koodo, and there’s suddenly a lot of talk about how the CES event in January may have helped spread COVID-19 before quarantine efforts were underway.
Apr 27, 2020
Instagram no longer allows people without an account to view photos and videos on computers, It turns out nearly 50% of Twitter accounts talking about coronavirus might be bots, and the Air Force wants you to hack its satellite.
Apr 24, 2020
Google comes out with some strict rules for advertisers, AT&T customers are jumping ship by the thousands, and Apple plans to sell Macs with its own chips from 2021.