Hackers are secretly pilfering data from millions of consumers’ payment cards, according to Homeland Security
Electronic waste generated globally last year is enough to fill 100 Empire State Buildings; much of it ends up in developing countries
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Province will be the only Canadian jurisdiction with its own signature as an alternative to old standards, like .com and .ca
Need to redesign key component disrupted panel production ahead of next month’s expected launch, sources say
Knowing that 79 per cent of your customers are going to say no to large or small beverages (cold or hot) is the kind of customer insight Square is trying to impart to its cohort of Canadian merchants
In an era when most adults give away our personal information and images like they’re penny candy, many people (parents and public officials alike) are drawing the line at small children
Regulator issues several proposals to alter the structure of Canadian broadcasting service, saying ‘considerable change’ is on the way
An independent PayPal could attract retailers wary of eBay, some investors feel
The Silicon Valley giant is undergoing a major overhaul aimed at cutting costs and re-orienting itself toward higher-margin businesses such as computing infrastructure
Company also upgrades roaming network to 3G, while cutting charges for data roaming to 5 cents a megabyte
As electric-car company plans for a major factory to increase battery production, the location short list is now California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas
Post-doctoral fellow Brian Lynch part of team partnering with Canadian Space Agency for hands-on experience with Mars Rover.
Germany company’s cash purchase of Silicon Valley-based International Rectifier is its biggest acquisition ever
Chris Simpson, professor and chief of cardiology at Queen's, becomes president of the Canadian Medical Association.
Silver Lake Partners and Bain Capital said to be interested in photo book printing company
With the possibility of driverless cars taking to the streets in coming years, PhD candidate Jason Millar discusses some of their ethical implications.
Community Health Systems Inc. had 4.5 million patient records stolen in first known large-scale cyber attack using the flaw
Tech giant's shares surpass 2012 peak as investors anticipate bigger screen iPhones, wristwatch-like device
An increasing number of parents are bucking the trend by consciously keeping their children’s photos, names and entire identities off the Internet.