Apple is spending the week before WWDC promoting great Canadian-made apps that are beloved around the world — and there are a few you wouldn't expect to be made here.
The game has changed in the streaming music world over the past year, with more services than ever opening up to Canadians (and some, sadly, closing down). What's the best one for your hard-earned money? Let's take a look.
Apple Pay has expanded to the remaining Big Five Canadian banks, along with in-app purchase support across all seven participating institutions.
How often does a banking app crack the App Store's Top 10? Not very, but this app from TD Canada Trust defied the odds.
There's an increasingly popular method to save money on cellphone plans in Canada: using "underground" third-party dealers to arrange plans unavailable to those in the most populated provinces.
In Canada, there are few ways left to save money on your monthly cellphone plan. Here's one of them.
Apple Pay is now available in Canada from all the major banks and payment networks. Here's everything you need to know about the in-store and in-app payment service.
It look a while, but Apple Pay is now available in Canada from banks, such as RBC and CIBC, that work with Visa, MasterCard, and Interac
Before the new apps and games of the week, Apple is highlighting a number of wildfire assistance apps Canadians can peruse in light of the devastating wildfires in Alberta.
With its acquisition of regional carrier MTS, Bell has all but assured higher wireless prices across Canada are here to stay.