Depending on where you live in Canada, almost half the days in a year could feature some form of precipitation. The worst part of this, of course, is that holding an umbrella seriously impairs your ability to text efficiently. Well, fret no...
Welcome to a new frontier of national identity: A company has just released the world's first study on global emoji use by country – and the results are splendid. You'd be amazed at the dark side of our text game
You can Google pretty much everything in existence, so it only makes sense that you can now Google your lost phone as well. Unlike almost everything, however, this handy little feature is only available for Android users
Yesterday we were blessed with the Canadian flag's inclusion in Apple's latest emoji keyboard pack – its omission heretofore a quarrelsome issue for Canucks from coast to coast. Let's take it one step further. Today we want to know: which pixels of our culture would you want to see in an entire set of emojis all about Canada?
Scientists at Stanford University have accidentally discovered a way to make our lives way more convenient. They’ve developed a long-lasting and flexible battery made from aluminum for use in smartphones that can be charged in as little as one minute
There’s no question that the City of Toronto’s services could use some serious upgrades. It’s time for the city website and services to catch up with our technological time, and mayor Tory claims he will help make it happen. Finally
We get it: the point of entry to philanthropy is somewhat dictated by having a pretty hefty sum of disposable income lying around. Not to mention time. Micro-philanthropy, on the other hand, requires just a smartphone and a little bit of goodwill. Here are 7 do-good apps we summon daily before killing it on Candy Crush