Certainly strange, but not uncommon for many gadgets: An iPhone bug caused countless Europeans to come in late for work this morning after the alarm clock on the device failed to compensate for the switch from daylight savings time.
For days, rumours have run rampant online with photos of a new 'Playstation phone' but Sony has remained silent on the topic until today when a top executive remained vague on the topic of a gaming phone.
Brazilian astronomers have proposed a new model to explain the structure of our galaxy, the Milky Way. The new model suggests that our galaxy may have one more arm than previously thought and that these arms are more straight than curved.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has today made their new subways part of headline news which will offer transit users up to 10% more space in a city with a severely congested public transit system.
Montreal man Adam Guerbuez has been ordered last week to pay more than $1 billion in fines to Facebook after a Quebec Superior Court upheld a California decision in 2008 for spamming over 4 million profiles.
The US State Department has issued a travel advisory for Europe, based on information suggesting an imminent Al-Qaeda attack. The advisory implores all Americans in Europe to be aware of their surroundings and take adequate safety precautions when travelling.
With around 20,000 people from all sectors of society coming out to run or support the annual CIBC Run for the Cure this Sunday in Montreal, fundraisers there raised almost $2.1 million for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
A new Canadian wireless carrier, Mobilicity, has added a new smartphone to its line-up. The BlackBerry Curve 3G, manufactured by Canadian RIM can now be purchased full-price and cheaper than you'd expect from the big 3.