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Moosehead, MEC ditching Facebook ads for good after boycott

Participating companies in the July boycott said the action was in response to Facebook’s refusal to deal with the spread…

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Facebook launches TikTok rival as Trump threatens to ban Chinese-owned app

Facebook’s Instagram is launching its answer to the hit short video app TikTok — Instagram Reels. Read More source

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Study shows Canadians are paying more for data than most other countries

A recent study shows that Canadians are paying much more compared to more than 200 other nations — and that…

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Can’t download the COVID Alert app? Your operating system may be too old (or new)

The underlying framework the app is built on is only available on Apple and Android phones ‘released with the past…

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Zuckerberg, Bezos among tech leaders to testify before U.S. Congress on antitrust

The panel has conducted a bipartisan investigation over the past year of the tech giants’ market dominance and their effect…

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Shaw launches new wireless mobile service in Alberta and B.C.

The wireless plan will be available to Shaw internet customers only and officials said there’s no plan in the works…

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U.S. charges Chinese hackers accused of targeting coronavirus vaccine research

The indictment does not accuse the two Chinese defendants of actually obtaining the coronavirus research, but it does underscore the…

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5G phones are here, but it will take years to unlock their full potential: experts

After years of promises about next-generation wireless powering self-driving cars and robotic surgery, it’s still unclear exactly what the newly…

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Video shows person charged in death of dismembered tech CEO buying saw: prosecutors

Tyrese Haspil, 21, was arraigned just after midnight on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of Fahim Saleh.…

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Up to 8 Twitter accounts had data accessed by hackers during breach, company says

None of the accounts that hackers were able to download data from were verified, Twitter said, though the identities of…

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National contact tracing app begins beta testing after delay

The app was supposed to be tried in Ontario starting early this month but the trial to look for bugs…

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Twitter says 130 accounts targeted during hack, promises security boost

The company added that it was continuing to assess whether hackers were able to access private data of the targeted…

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Twitter to suspend accounts, block sites linked to QAnon conspiracy theory

The suspension, which will be rolled out this week, is expected to impact about 150,000 accounts globally, Twitter said. Read…

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Trump official says U.S. action on TikTok, WeChat security risks coming in ‘weeks’

Earlier this month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. was “certainly looking at” banning Chinese social media apps,…

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U.S. to impose travel bans on Huawei employees, other Chinese companies: Pompeo

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made the announcement a day after the British government said it would ban Huawei from…

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Walmart Canada to spend $3.5B on improving online and in-store services

Future technology initiatives include the use of payment on mobile devices so that customers can pay for purchases anywhere in…

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Most Canadians want social media companies to do more about racism, hate online: Ipsos

Eighty-eight per cent of survey respondents think social media companies should do more to stop or remove messages that propagate…

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Amazon bans, then unbans workers from using TikTok on phones

Chinese-owned social media platform TikTok, among the fastest growing digital platforms in history, is facing heavy scrutiny outside China. India…

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