Financial security is undoubtedly a crucial part of a country’s overall security. Before we panic about Apple Pay arriving in China, we first have to learn about Apple Pay.
Apple Pay is different from Alipay. Alipay works as a wallet and manages the funds within. Alipay has billions in cash flow constantly; if it [Read more]
If Apple agrees to make a tool to override its products’ security, what can guarantee that this access to private information will only be limited to legally justified cases?
However much they've shrunk, going from three to two years after the imposition of new rules by the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission, contracts are still the big, unpopular thing in the world of cell phones.
For as long as I can remember, the mobile phone industry has used the following [Read more]
Like hell America wants our territory with its endless frozen dirt.
You know the phrase “double standards"? Taylor Swift seems to have become the dazzling embodiment of it since the beginning of the 1989 tour which stopped at the Centre Bell yesterday.
As you might have noticed, La Presse isn't publishing concert photos or photos of the darling child. Know that it is absolutely [Read more]
The microprocessor, the Internet, Google Car ... numerous innovations were initiated or supported by the U.S. Department of Defense. In the digitally dominated 21st century, this gives the U.S. a significant competitive advantage.
Apple and Walmart might want to check their mirrors and their consciences before reaching for rocks to heave at Indiana and its citizens.
There are some words and attitudes that say so much more about a person’s — or even a group of persons’ — real frame of mind when compared with what he or she is actually willing to admit. The Geneva Motor Show has given us more proof of this ...
Even if it is confident, Apple is taking a risk today. But when you are the richest company in the world, you have to take on new challenges.
The United States represents 83 percent of the market capitalization of digital companies, compared with Europe’s 2 percent. This excessive domination is yet another sign that our continent no longer has imperial ambitions.
We know that Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon — GAFA — have succeeded Microsoft, [Read more]