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Alleged 2020 iPhone 12 Models Shown in 3D Mockups [PICS]

Here are some 3D mockups of what appear to show Apple's upcoming fall iPhone lineup.

Sony Postpones PlayStation 5 Event to Respect Ongoing Protests

Sony has announced its highly anticipated PS5 event has been delayed.

Twitter Canada Celebrates Indigenous History Month 2020 with New Emoji

Twitter partnered with an Indigenous artist to design the official #IndigenousHistoryMonth Twitter emoji.

Shaw Wants to Sell its New Gigabit Internet to Resellers at Higher Rates

According to a new submission to the CRTC, Shaw says it wants to sell its gigabit internet at above mandated rates.

Speed Test: iPhone SE (2020) vs. iPhone 11 Pro Max [VIDEO]

Find out which iPhone wins in the latest PhoneBuff speed test.

Behind the Scenes: Here’s How Mythic Quest’s Quarantine Episode Was Filmed [VIDEO]

The special episode was entirely written, filmed, and edited remotely on iPhones.

Google Pixel Gets New Features for Personal Safety, Better Sleep, and More

Pixel’s latest features make it easier to get the most out of your phone.

Apple Patches Unc0ver Jailbreak with iOS 13.5.1

If your device is jailbroken with Unc0ver, do not install iOS 13.5.1.

PAX Launches Web App Following Apple’s Ban of Vaping Apps

The app lets users control PAX 3 and Era-series cannabis pens.

Canadian Tesla Model 3 Owner Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Tesla Over Rapid Paint Deterioration

The plaintiff claims he noticed peeling paint on the bottoms of the doors and body less than a year of the car being in use.

Bell’s Virgin Mobile to Launch Live TV Streaming Service [u]

Virgin Mobile is set to launch a new live TV service, with availability starting tomorrow for existing members.

Apple Reportedly Planning to Invest $330 Million USD in MicroLED Display Factory in Taiwan

A long-standing rumor claims that Apple will soon implement microLED (also known as micro-LED or mLED) panels in future iPhones, iPads, and MacBook Pros.

Apple Releases iOS 13.5.1 for Download and iPadOS 13.5.1

You can now download iOS 13.5.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Toronto’s Rogers Centre to Prep and Ship 8 Million Meals for Food Banks Canada

Rogers has announced further support for Food Banks Canada at the home of the Toronto Blue Jays.

Scotiabank Launches Digital Banking Info Hub for Seniors

Scotiabank has announced a new information hub for seniors.

Apple Card Users Affected by COVID-19 Can Extend June Payments Without Incurring Interest

Apple Card customers can enroll in the program and defer payments set for June without incurring any interest, marking the third month in which Apple and Goldman Sachs have allowed such a deferral.

Bell to Sell 25 Data Centres to Equinix for $1.04 Billion

Bell has announced it has sold data centres at 13 sites to Equinix in an all-cash deal.

Production of 6.1-Inch ‘iPhone 12’ to Begin in July Ahead of Other Models

Production of two 6.1-inch iPhones is expected to begin in July, ahead of the two other rumoured models.

Tim Cook Addresses George Floyd Protests in Employee Memo, Apple to Donate to Equal Justice

Apple will be providing free resources to employees and will be donating to non-profit organizations.

Toronto Healthcare Worker Gets $10,147 Cellphone Bill During COVID-19

One Toronto healthcare worker ended up with a cellphone bill over $10,000 during COVID-19.

Researcher Discovers Serious ‘Sign in With Apple’ Security Flaw, Receives $100,000 USD Bug Bounty

"Sign in with Apple" is potentially more private than other login options, but it apparently included a serious security flaw.

Google Delays the Unveiling of Android 11 OS, Says ‘Not the Time to Celebrate’

Google announced Saturday that it will delay the unveiling of its new Android 11 operating system.

Zoom’s End-to-End Encryption to be Available to Only Paying Customers

Zoom is working on end-to-end encryption to protect privacy on its increasingly popular video chat service, but the company will make it a premium feature not available to free accounts.

Apple Promo: Get 10% Bonus Credit When Adding Funds to Your Apple ID

Apple Canada is again offering a 10% bonus when you reload funds to your Apple ID.

Public Mobile Winback Offer: Up to $180 in Bill Credits

If you recently left Public Mobile, a new winback offer is making the rounds.

How to Get Apple Watch to Announce Time with Any Watch Face

We all know Micky and Minnie Mouse watch face announces the time with just a tap.

Google Stadia to Get 6 New Games in June Including The Elder Scrolls Online

Google is also changing its current Stadia Pro offer from 2 free months to 1 free month for new users.

First Hands-On Look at Powerbeats Pro in Yellow, Pink, Red, and Blue Colours

Here's a hands-on look at each new colour of the Powerbeats Pro earphones.

Toronto Startup Flashfood Offers Deeply Discounted Groceries to Reduce Food Waste

The company shaved more than $10 million off of grocery bills last year.

Apple’s Retail Chief Deirdre O’Brien Ranks No. 5 on Fast Company’s Queer 50 List

Fast Company has recently published its first-ever Queer 50 List.

tConsole Adds Hidden iPad mini to Tesla Model 3 or Model Y [VIDEO]

If you want to bring iOS functionality to your Tesla, the tConsole adds a hidden iPad mini mount to your vehicle.

What’s New on Quibi in June 2020; Chromecast Support for Android Coming

Here's what's coming to streaming service Quibi in June 2020.

COVID-19 Could Expedite Shift to Cashless Payment Methods in Canada

The number of cashless transactions is rising as the coronavirus pandemic limits the use of physical cash.

Wealthsimple Trade for iOS Gains Dark Mode

Wealthsimple Trade for iOS now has dark mode.

B.C. Supreme Court Judge Rules Cellphone in Lap is Distracted Driving

Having your cellphone in your lap constitutes distracted driving, according to a B.C. judge.

TIDAL Adds Dolby Atmos Music Support to Apple TV, Sound Bars

TIDAL has added Dolby Atmos Music support to its HiFi high quality audio subscription tier, allowing users to play music in advanced surround sound through their home cinema systems.

Sony PlayStation 5 Event Set for June 4: “The Future of Gaming”

Sony has announced it will hold a PS5 event on June 4, 2020.

Apple Leads Wearables Q1 Growth, Shipping 21.2 Million Units: IDC

The wearables market saw a steady growth in the first quarter of 2020, with a 29.7 percent year-over-year increase, according to the latest research by International Data Corporation (IDC).

Apple Asks LG to Max Out iPad LCD Display Panels to Meet Increased Demand in Asia

In order to cope with surging demand in Asia, Apple has placed an urgent order with LG for LCD iPad panels.

YouTube Releasing Timestamp Feature Dubbed ‘Chapters’

Timestamping a video is now made easier for creators through YouTube's new 'Chapters' feature.

Freedom Mobile Gives COVID-19 Relief Discounts to Select Customers

Freedom Mobile has been giving out discounts related to COVID-19 to select customers.

Twitter Has Enabled Users to Schedule Tweets via the Web App

Twitter users can now schedule tweets directly from the web app.

Apple Says Tile’s Competition Abuse Claims to European Regulators are ‘Meritless Attacks’

Tile has called on European antitrust regulators to investigate Apple over claims of competition abuse.

macOS 10.15.5 Bug Prevents Creation of Bootable Backups for Some Users

A macOS 10.15.5 bug is preventing users from creating bootable backups.

Turo Car Sharing to Launch in B.C. to Let You Rent Out Your Vehicle

U.S. car sharing company, Turo, is set to expand to British Columbia.

Uber Connect Brings Affordable Same-Day Contactless Delivery Solution

Uber Connect is a new package delivery service launched by Uber in Canada.

Chrome OS 83 Update Brings New Family Link Features, Tab Groups, and More

The update also brings a minor change to the Virtual Desk feature.

New Plex Feature Lets You Watch Together & Chill with Friends

Simply find your favourite movie or episode and invite your friends to watch together.

Data Shows Concerning Increase in Texting and Driving in Canada

Almost 10% of Canadian drivers reported texting while driving.

Full Video: Watch Jay Leno and Elon Musk Drive Tesla’s Cybertruck in L.A.

The full segment from Jay Leno's Garage with Tesla's Cybertruck has been posted by CNBC.