Amazon told face-recognition tool should not be sold to police
Facebook suspends about 200 apps that may have misused data
How Google aims to simplify your life with AI
Dinosaur tracks in Utah park thrown into lake by visitors
'We're quite frustrated': Red tape threatens growing Arctic space industry
Facebook has over 1.39 billion monthly active users, 890 million daily users
Apple sells a record 74.5 million iPhones during holidays
Sony to close all its stores in Canada
BlackBerry shares jump on report Samsung is offering as much as $7.5-billion
Facebook donating internet access in West Africa to fight Ebola
China says it successfully tests laser system to destroy low-flying drones
Rogers and Vice Media partner in $100-million joint venture
Facebook, Apple to cover costs of freezing female employees’ eggs
Three scientists win 2014 Nobel prize in Physics for LED lights
TekSavvy could be looking into launching a cable service
Ontario wants the CRTC to force Netflix to produce Cancon
Ballmer steps down from Microsoft’s board after buying Clippers
Apple buys Songza-like e-book platform BookLamp
Microsoft announces it’s cutting 18,000 jobs
Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht convicted of drug trafficking, faces life in prison
Popular file-sharing website, The Pirate Bay, is back online
Welcome to the future: Emoji are admissable in court
Canadian spies monitor file-sharing services as part of terrorist hunt: report
The Pirate Bay could return on Feb. 1
How to hide your online identity with a VPN service
Slur: The eBay of secrets wants to ‘weaponize’ government and corporate leaks
Parks and Rec fans get ready to freak out: Cones of Dunshire might become a real game
Canadian VPN services could be forced to alert pirating customers
Bitport makes downloading Torrents easy and secure
Why illegal downloading just became riskier for Canadians
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