SOUTH AFRICA

Extreme cold sparks chaos in Canada airports

MONTREAL, Canada: Snow, lengthy de-icing procedures and missing crews created havoc at Canada's main airports on Monday, with hundreds of flights cancelled or delayed out of the country's biggest city Toronto...

2 Jan 2018

SOUTH AFRICA

Autonomoose, other self-driving cars hit Canada streets

A Lincoln MKZ sedan dubbed Autonomoose and two other self-driving vehicles hit the road in Canada on Monday...

29 Nov 2016

CANADA

Adultery website flirts with British stock market

TORONTO, CANADA: A website devoted to adultery is out to woo investors with a public offering of stock in Britain...

17 Apr 2015

CANADA

TV regulator relaxes minimum Canadian content rule

OTTAWA, CANADA: Canada's television regulator announced on Thursday an easing of rules requiring local broadcasters to show a minimum amount of Canadian-made programming...

17 Mar 2015

SOUTH AFRICA

Female millennials are the most confident and ambitious of any female generation

New PwC survey dispels myths about women and work...

5 Mar 2015

CANADA

The next global domain name-branding boom

TORONTO, CANADA: There are some million new cyber brands about to appear in global e-commerce, big or small they will skate all around the globe...

By Naseem Javed 28 Jan 2015

CANADA

Snapchat and Facebook compared

TORONTO, CANADA: We thought that comparing Snapchat and Facebook would be quite cool (infographic)...

By Lisa Hallgren 26 Nov 2014

CANADA

Toronto Star to launch tablet edition next year

OTTAWA, CANADA: Canada's largest circulation newspaper, Toronto Star, announced yesterday plans for a tablet edition in the new year, following in the footsteps of another major local newspaper.

6 Nov 2014

UNITED KINGDOM

Social networks 'in denial' on extremist use: senior UK spy

LONDON, UK: Social media sites have become "the command-and-control networks of choice for terrorists", the new head of Britain's electronic spying agency GCHQ says...

5 Nov 2014

CANADA

BlackBerry's new phone targets business users

OTTAWA, CANADA: BlackBerry has unveiled its newest smartphone with a full physical keyboard and a large screen and says it will return to its roots by targeting business users.

25 Sep 2014

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