‘We were probably 15 years too early’: Victoria food delivery company closes as app competitors corner market

If you got food delivered to your door last Friday evening by the Dine In Victoria delivery service, well, you savoured a bit of

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Blast from the past: New app blends old and new in Edmonton

Taking a stroll down memory lane is taking on a new lens in Edmonton. Two entrepreneurs from Vancouver worked with the city to develop

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Champion birder, 14, developing app to get youth in a flutter about birdwatching, conservation

Coquitlam teen Adam Dhalla knows a lot about birds and where to birdwatch in North America and is using that knowledge to create an app

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Calgary Transit testing smartphone ticket app

Calgary Transit is trying out a new app that will let riders buy and validate their fares using a smartphone. Users who have the

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Air Canada app records your personal information — and you may have no clue – National

Air Canada’s mobile app records your phone screen when you book flights, change your password and enter your credit card information. Many iPhone apps,

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New app will let Albertans see their own health records

Alberta Health is set to launch a new tool, in the coming weeks, that will give patients access to some of their personal health

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The Weather Channel app accused of selling personal data without users’ knowledge – National

People relied on the most popular mobile weather app to make plans and figure out how to dress for the elements, but its owners

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Okotoks asks residents to help count deer using free app

Are there too many deer in Okotoks? The town is hoping to answer that question and come up with some baseline data this weekend

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Okotoks asks citizens to install deer-counting app to help track local population

The Town of Okotoks is asking volunteers to download a new mobile app to help count the number of deer in the area next weekend.

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Virtual house calls? New app could save Canadians a trip to the doctor

A recent survey of British Columbians found that one in six was turning to the internet, instead of an actual doctor, for medical advice.

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