Little is known about the new Mk5 from Canadian racing company Magnum, but they have just released a teaser that hints at racing car lines. Billed as a track car for the road the Mk5 has been shrouded in mystery since its existence was first announced. We are…
A Manitoba man had the fright of his life on the weekend when he was chased down by a polar bear. Unable to fend off the bear, he pulled out his mobile device and waved its lit screen in its face. Incredibly, it appeared to do the trick.
Reports are coming in that Verizon Communications Inc has started looking into becoming Canada's fourth major wireless communications company. The company might take over one of the country's smaller wireless companies, such as Mobilicity or Wind Mobile
Looking to cash in on the virtual currency craze known as Bitcoins, a man living in Alberta, Canada has put his home up for sale and is looking for payment in the form of Bitcoins to compete the transaction.
With BlackBerry’s new Z10 smartphone set to launch in Canada on Tuesday, the Ontario-based mobile company has released its second ad for the handset, this time showing us a few things that it CAN do.
If monkeys think they can just saunter around an Ikea store dressed in a winter coat and diaper and think there won't be consequences, then perhaps they're not as smart as we thought.
Definitely a cool way to see the slopes before heading out on vacation, Google is mapping popular ski resort destinations in Street View all over the world.
Stop by the Juniper Kitchen and Wine Bar in Ottawa, Canada and you can sample Le Whaf dishes -- food items that are consumed by inhalation.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy S3 specs and release information for Canada. The phone will come to Rogers Wireless, Bell Mobility, and Telus with a dual-core Snapdragon processor and 2GB of RAM.
For the third year running, Canada has been placed on a "priority watch list" for its lack of support in the world on online piracy. Are our friends in the north really that dangerous?
Apple's iPhone outsold RIM's BlackBerry devices in Canada for the first time in 2011. RIM, based in Waterloo, Ontario, will be hoping to regain the loyalty of Canadian consumers in 2012, though it's going to be no easy task.
The US government says that it may legally seize any domain ending in .com, .net, and other popular top-level domains.
While it may be a little too early to crack open the bubbly, Research In Motion executives will be pleased to hear that sales of its PlayBook tablet in Canada have actually been doing pretty well recently.
SOPA and PIPA may be on the ropes, but the Internet still needs your help. Here, five government efforts that threaten to dramatically change our online world — and how to fight back against them.
The results of a new survey suggest owners of Android phones are the most likely to end up in the sack on a first date, while BlackBerry owners are more likely to make do with a beer.