Canadian staple Tim Hortons cooks up a special BlackBerry treat

Jan 31

It’s been just over one year now since BlackBerry launched BlackBerry 10, introducing the Z10 and Q10 in the process. BlackBerry really needed a new hit to keep its head above water in a rapidly shifting smartphone climate, and BlackBerry 10 was supposed to be that revitalizing force. Unfortunately for the company, the months that followed were anything but...

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Huawei's new high-resolution tablet may give the Nexus 7 a run for its money

Jan 31

There isn’t much choice among 7-inch Android tablets with high-resolution screens — the Nexus 7 is frequently the only practical option. However, it’s about to get a proper challenger. China’s TENAA has certified the Huawei MediaPad X1 7.0, a small...

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It’s Super Bowl weekend and guess which team Bing is backing?

Jan 31

This is the big weekend. Snacks and adult beverages have been purchased, and now it’s time to relax, eat, drink and enjoy the spectacle that is the Super Bowl. This year the game pits the Denver Broncos against the Seattle Seahawks – the old guard (Peyton Manning) versus and the young gun (Russell...

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Updated eBay app for Windows Phone coming in March

Jan 31

Have you used eBay on Windows Phone recently? If so you probably walked away a little dissatisfied with the experience. Head to the Windows Phone Store and you’ll see it sitting there with an average review of three and a half stars, but a lot of dissatisfied users. It’s not a terrible app per se, it’s just lacking a lot of features and...

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Google landed in trouble with South Korea over WiFi snooping

Jan 31

Google has been fined 210 million won ($196,000, £119,000, AU$223,000) for collecting personal data for its Street View service. The search giant sent its Street View cars through South Korea between 2009 and 2010, but instead of just snapping pictures of the streets the cars also collected personal data, including internet IDs, passwords, text messages and...

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