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Using a new online calculator system the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has developed, technology enthusiasts can get a rough idea of how much energy their electronic devices consume in the home on a daily basis.
According to Yahoo! Canada's 8th annual Year in Review, the highly-coveted latest Apple creation, the iPhone 5, was the second-most searched term in 2012, beat out only by the Royal Duchess herself Kate Middleton.
If you have ever dreamed about Morgan Freeman smoothly telling your friends to "leave a message after the beep," then you may want to consider donating $299 to Autism Speaks.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has confirmed that more than 215 digital health and fitness technology exhibitors will be showcasing their products at the 2013 International CES.
Pier 57 in New York City was completely buzzing as the stage was set for Microsoft's launch of Windows 8. Max Long, President of Microsoft Canada Co., acknowledged that this is a new era for Microsoft, and is by far the largest and most significant launch in Window's history.
Marketnews is saddened to announce the passing of Michael O'Connor Clark, a 20 -year veteran of the Canadian PR and marketing industry.
Swiss gnomes have made Apple ante up for appropriating the design of the Swiss national railway's iconic clock for use in iOS 6. Swiss precision has long been a watchword, shall we say, among fanciers of fine timepieces...
Google Inc. has just completed what it calls its "biggest ever update" for Street View. In all, an additional 250,000 miles of road has been added, in more than 17 countries.
For the first time ever, YouTube has announced that all four Presidential debates between Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama will be streamed live through YouTube's Elections hub. YouTube also announced that highlights and entire repeats of the debate will be made as soon as the live stream is completed.
Apple may be the biggest company in the world, but there are hundreds of precedents showing that the bigger they are the harder they fall. If Apple doesn't want to become a pariah brand, it better clean up its act.