PDFs are a ubiquitous file format that are easy to manage, unless you have to edit them, and that’s when you need a PDF editor.
Otter is a speech-to-text app and service that proves its worth, but should you start paying monthly to get all its Premium features?
Editing photos needs good tools, and Adobe bundles together its vaunted Photoshop and Lightroom programs into one subscription plan.
Microsoft Office has, in many ways, become synonymous with productivity, and for good reason. But is Microsoft 365 worth subscribing to?
Zoom is expanding it’s offering to work on Facebook Portal, Goolge Nest, and Echo Show to make it easy for us all to connect.
Fun at Home is launching on Rogers Ignite TV. The app is geared towards making screen time an educational opportunity while kids are at home.
There is a battle brewing between developers and the app stores that Apple and Google both manage. As you may have guessed, it’s over money.
WaveLynx has launched MyPass Mobile Credentials to help those offices opening back up with a touchless solution to enter the building.
Google Chrome 86 releases in October and it will be able to detect risky boxes and help prevent your information from from being compromised.
People Cards is here to provide a one stop shop to who you are online
If you’re on the hunt for a service that can offer as many eBooks as you can lay your eyes on, Kobo Plus is the newest kid on the block.
Google recently announced upgrades to the mobile platform of Docs
It appears that Canon was hit by Maze Ransomware on July 30th for a period of 6 days.
Zoom launches a suite of new features to spruce up your conference calls, including filters, low light, reactions, and noise suppression.
Instagram is set to launch Reels. A short video option with audio that will compete against the highly controversial TikTok.
Ontario became the first province to start testing the COVID Alert App as part of a joint Apple and Google framework.
Microsoft is getting ready to launch their Family Safety App to help you monitor your kid’s screen usage and game time.
Garmin sufferd a ransomware attack at the end of last week which rendered their connect program inactive.
Off-Facebook Activity allows you to control how much information Facbook can gather from your web browsing activities.
Neurlink plans on starting human trials next year for its product that will implant in the brain.
A record $340 million Canadian will be invested in to Clio to help with software geared toward creating efficiencies in smaller law firms to offset costs.
Instagram is launching their shops using Facebook Pay to help clients check out in a timely, safe and secure manner.
Virgin TV launches in Canada with great value and an all star lineup of live TV channels.
Tidal has been the leader of the pack when it comes to HD audio streaming, but there’s a new kid on the block: Amazon!
TraffiKFlo will launch in Canada for $90 and will help control the number of patrons in your business as it reopens.
Breaking free of the Facebook Event habit isn’t easy but if you want another option, Eventbrite might be the ticket.
It’s become more clear every day that engaging with any Facebook property isn’t good for your privacy. Removing the Facebook app is a good start
The Public Beta Program signup is now available to everyone to try out the beta software.
Miss kitchen parties in real life & video calls aren’t cutting it? A new platform hopes to solve that.
Mmhmm is ready to take your mundane Zoom meeting to a whole new level of fun with a TV show feel.
BMW looking at expanding offers for subscription services to features and technology.
Great Canadian apps are discussed on Global News Tech Talk at Noon. Featuring Flipp, Converstory, Transit, Apollo and 1password.
Facebook boycott starts July 1st and big name companies are taking part.
For National Camera Day, Laura shares her secret apps for upping her Instagram photo game
GPS helps us outside, but what about helping us navigate indoors? New software can help
You can now easily choose between a Windows or MacOS theme for your Pi4 Desktop experience.
John shares some of the highlights from Apple’s Developer Conference on Global BC’s Noon News Hour.
GM is launching Guardian. This will allow you to share your OnStar perks with up to 7 people. GM is looking to expand its reach of public safety by offering services outside the car.
Don’t want to wait until the fall to get your hands on the new iOS 14? You have some options.
Unlock and manage your car with your iPhone? Yes, please!
All the new features announced for the Apple Watch
Apple is moving to macOS 11 with Big Sur. It’s got some exciting changes under the hood including a bold move towards the future.
Apple has updated their latest iOS software to support contact tracing. Here’s what you need to know!
Apple has launched a shortcut that will allow your cameral to start recording video discretely.
DTS has made the move to sponsor Team Vanish, a smaller Fortnite team for the foreseeable future. This is a first for DTS and is perfect timing as audio becomes a hot topic in the gaming community.
Full-screen ads are showing up in the newly-launched Sonos S2 App. Here’s how you can get rid of them.
WhatsApp is in beta with a response to dark mode. Managing the shades of their text bubbles to help readability during the day and night.
Anonymous Camera launches today on the App store. It’s an app that uses AI to blur people, faces and bodies. It can distort audio aswell. This is done in real time so data is stripped almost instantly.
Amazon has put a hold on Law Enforcement using their Recoknition software or concerns of human rights and privacy violation. They will continue to offer the software to organizations against human trafficking.
You can set Do Not Disturb to activate automatically on a schedule with this easy tip.
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