OpenMedia.ca's Steve Anderson and Reilly Yeo update us on Internet openness and affordability.
New research from Facebook suggests that the world's getting even smaller.
"Of course it's not an iPad, but for hundreds of millions of people, it's a godsend."
Google has shown they're willing to compete with Apple in every field, and is planning to challenge iTunes for the digital music market. Here's more from The Canadian Press: Google is unveiling...
Kindle and Amazon jump the gates early with souped-up, tablet-like e-readers.
2011 Vancouver Municipal elections: Where do you stand on the issues in this election? The West End Residents Association has created a Flash-based app that will help you figure out where you are.
Apple's new personal assistant, Siri, has personality, and can even tell you whether to carry an umbrella.
One example? Canada's Treasury Board and Department of Finance were hacked via emails containing malicious links.
Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg launched the new timeline profile (and other applications) for his social network site. The new feature would act as a “chronological scrapbook” and...
The "I'm out of the office, please read this junk instead" approach actually pays off for some fake sites.