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CBC VR

How to watch the 2016 Summer Olympics in VR

For the first time in history, it’s possible to watch the Summer Olympics in virtual reality. Prior to the start of the Games, the CBC, in partnership with Visa, launched a…

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Here’s how to use the Amazon Echo in Canada

With the next great platform war set to take place in the world of voice-activated assistants like Google Home and Apple’s new Siri-powered Home app, many Canadian early adopters are…

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Here’s how to get Pokémon Go for iOS in Canada right now

Update 07/17/16: Pokemon Go is now officially available in Canada on the iOS App Store. Update 07/10/16: Niantic has released a statement indicating that Pokemon Go’s global rollout has been halted…

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How to use Twitter Stickers

Earlier this week Twitter announced that its 310 million users will soon be able to add stickers to pictures they Tweet, borrowing a popular feature from Snapchat. This feature gives…

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How to get HBO Now in Canada

In Canada, the only official way to watch new HBO content like Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley and Veep, is to fork over $20 a month for a Canadian movie…

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How to use Apple Pay in Canada

After first launching with support for American Express credit cards last November, Apple Pay now support the vast majority of Canadian-issued credit and debit cards. Apple Pay can now be…

Instagram

How to add multiple accounts to Instagram

The latest version of Instagram for iOS and Android adds a long awaited feature to the photo and video sharing service. Account switching, which gives users the ability to operate multiple…

iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S6

Battery-Saving Tips for iOS and Android users

The smartphone battery is one of the most lamented smartphone features when a new device hits the market. Aside from a select few phones with extra-large batteries, the majority of…

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On the line: VoLTE and the future of the phone call

“The phone call is dead.” That’s what I keep hearing from friends who would rather strain their neck looking down at a screen than looking ahead while talking on it….