Canada's Olympic house in Sochi has a neat trick up its sleeve. It features a beer fridge which opens after you insert a legitimate Canadian passport. In other words, if you want a beer out of that fridge, you need to be a Canadian or have a Canadian friend.
Canada has been rather shielded from the digital surveillance debate going on around the globe right now. Not anymore, now that a report suggests that Canadian spy agency used airport Wi-Fi to spy on passengers.
Claims about alien sightings aside, Canada's ex-defense minister Paul Hellyer has now claimed that aliens want to give us advanced technology. According to him, they wouldn't do so until we stopped waging wars and became a peaceful race.
Purchasing Bitcoin currency in exchange for your actual money can be quite a hassle. However, it may be a lot easier for Canadians now that Bitcoiniacs is planning on bringing Bitcoin kiosks to 5 Canadian cities.
Canadian wireless operators have long asserted a rather unfair power over their customers. However, thanks to a change in policy by Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, Canadian customers will now finally be able to get rid of their phone contracts after two years without paying any penalties.
Remember about Canada's Bill C-30? The sweeping surveillance bill proposed by Public Safety Minister Vic Toews, who declared that if you opposed unlimited, unaccountable, secret warrantless snooping on networked communications by the police and by appointed civilians, you "stand with the child pornographers?" The sweeping Canadian warrantless Internet surveillance bill, officially known as Bill C-30, is back again.
The RoadMate 5045-LM is a 5-inch GPS navigator perfect for any size vehicle. The huge 5-inch screen is 35% larger than a standard 4.3-inch screen. No need to worry about finding your way, since you get lifetime map updates included with the RoadMate 5045-LM.Get free lifetime map updates! The RoadMate 5045-LM includes free map updates for the life of the navigator. Never again worry about finding the restaurant in a new part of town or locating the new parking garage. You will always have the latest available maps.
A number of reports floating on the internet are claiming that Apple had accidentally launched iTunes Match internationally. One particular report, citing a snapshot of response from Apple, states that the launch is not working for Apple users outsides of US and Brazil. And that customers in other parts of the world who have been charged for the service will be reimbursed.
Motorola has announced their Pro+ 4G for Bell Canada, the enterprise-ready smartphone will make its North American debut on November 7th, bringing the power of a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and a 3.1-inch 640×480 display and the 4G of its name refers to HSPA+ connectivity with a theoretical limit of 14.4 Mbps. The device measures in at 62 x 119.50 x 11.65mm and weighs 130g and is powered by a 1550mAh battery which offers up to 6.5 hours of talktime and 9.5 days in standby and it'll sell for $349.95, but there's no word on whether subsidies will apply for long-term contracts............................
T-Mobile is expanding its efforts to let you call your Facebook friends for free with the launch of its new Bobsled VoIP apps on iOS, Android and the web. You can download the Bobsled app for iOS, even though T-Mobile doesn't officially carry the iPhone! or Android and you can also call someone on Facebook who doesn't yet have the Bobsled app installed.You can also go directly to leaving a voicemail without having to call and integrating with Facebook was a smart move on T-Mobile's part, since Facebook has such a colossal user-base already—it gives the service instant usability.....................