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  • Apple iPhone 5

    Apple bug could put your personal info at risk

    Alison Bailey

    The bug means someone on the same Wi-Fi network as you may be able to access things like your emails or financial transactions. Apple has released iOS 7.0.6 for newer phones to fix the problem.

  • Apple, Microsoft, Nokia do battle on Tablet Tuesday

    Mike Lloyd and ABC News

    Apple is expected to reveal new iPads today, as Microsoft’s Surface 2 goes on sale today. Nokia has been tight-lipped about its first-ever tablet design. It’s expected to enter the market today.

  • Vancouverites prefer Android, Albertans like Apple: report

    The Canadian Press

    A report by the Media Technology Monitor also suggests Torontonians and anglophones in Montreal are most faithful to BlackBerry. Albertans buy smartphones and tablets more than any other Canadians.

  • New Feature: EP Radio on News1130!

    News1130 Staff

    The producers behind “Reviews on the Run” and “Electric Playground” on City bring their expertise to radio for the first time. Hear videogame television pioneer Victor Lucas daily on News1130.

  • Swirls of gas and dust reside in this ethereal-looking region of star formation imaged by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.

    BC company unveils cheap method to produce space telescopes

    The Canadian Press

    Dynamic Structures produces high-quality, light-weight mirrors, circumventing the need for large observatories to support traditionally heavy ones for space telescopes.

  • The pre-dawn lineup outside the Apple Store in Downtown Vancouver for the latest iPhones (Sept 20/13)

    Newest iPhones bring long lineups outside Apple stores

    Simon Druker

    Many people who rose early to wait outside the stores in Downtown Vancouver today plan to flip the device for a profit; but all of them agree the 5S and 5C are not very innovative devices.

  • Blackberry Messenger launching on Android, iPhone

    Ryan MacLeod

    Blackberry Messenger (BBM) will be available on Android and iPhone, starting this weekend. This opens the door for people on all of the major smartphone platforms to send messages back and forth.

  • An Apple store

    Apple announces two new iPhones

    News1130 Staff

    Apple is unveiling two separate iPhones at an event at its California headquarters.

    Technology specialist Mike Yawney will be live blogging from the announcement starting at 9 a.m. (Pacific)

  • The vision for a a hyperloop passenger capsule

    US entrepreneur unveils vision for 1,100 km/hr commute

    The Associated Press and Mike Lloyd

    Elon Musk, who co-founded PayPal, Tesla Motors and SpaceX, predicts a system that can take passengers in a capsule nearly 650 km in 30 minutes could become reality within a decade.

  • Millions of Facebook users have contact information leaked

    The Associated Press

    Facebook says a bug in the system led to the contact information of six million users being exposed. Facebook says it has fixed the problem and those affected will be notified via email.

  • Microsoft Xbox E3 2013 Media Briefing

    LIVE BLOG: 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles

    Mike Yawney

    CityNews technology specialist Mike Yawney is live at E3 in L.A., reporting on keynote addresses and sharing cool finds.

  • Apple unveils iOS7 and iTunes Radio

    News1130 Staff

    iOS7 features a simpler user interface. CEO Tim Cook says it’s the biggest iOS change since the introduction of the iPhone. iTunes Radio, a new web-music feature, will compete with Pandora Media.

  • Teaser text displayed on xbox.com ahead of the May 21, 2013 event in Redmond, Wash.

    LIVE BLOG: Microsoft’s Xbox reveal event in Redmond, Wash.

    CityNews.ca staff

    CityNews technology specialist Mike Yawney is live at the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Wash. where the company is expected to reveal the newest version of its popular Xbox gaming system.

  • BlackBerry plans to expand messenger service

    News1130 Staff and The Canadian Press

    BlackBerry has announced plans to expand its popular BlackBerry Messenger service to Android and iPhone smartphones made by its rival companies.