If you were to visit many rural areas in developing countries, most likely you‘d come across hand-operated water pumps used to get clean water. While non-government organizations introduce thousands of them every year, a large number fail in the […]
T-Mobile has agreed to stop fudging the mobile broadband speeds its customers see after running a mobile speed tests.
The practice, called throttling, landed the wireless carrier in hot water with the Federal Communications Commission, which frowns on […]
Chart for Canadian consumers
If you’re tired of your iPhone, BlackBerry may have a deal too good to pass up.
The Canadian Smartphone maker has launched a trade-up program for current iPhone users to switch to the new BlackBerry Passport.
As an incentive, […]
Business & Marketing News
The holidays can make or break any business. This is why it’s important for businesses to carefully plan their marketing strategy for the upcoming holiday season.
As you begin to strategize for the holiday season, here are 10 marketing tips your business […]
If nothing else, Andy Bryant is honest.
Intel’s board chairman was straight to the point during the chipmaker’s annual investor meeting on Thursday. The company hasn’t been performing well in the past few years and Bryant didn’t […]
Google has a surprise for residents of Austin, Texas —a free basic version of its broadband service.
The tech giant, which this week revealed its pricing for its soon-to-be-launched Fiber service, will also offer 1Gbps service priced at $70 per month […]
A group of photographers is crying foul after Yahoo-owned Flickr began selling canvas prints of photos they had uploaded to the image-sharing site under Creative Commons.
Photos posted on Flickr under Creative Commons are free for the public’s use as […]
Microsoft is suing the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in a bid to learn more about the agency’s contract with the law firm hired to audit the software giant.
The law firm — Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan — was hired by the IRS to the tune […]