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This Montreal company's services has attracted droves of struggling artists, but some sound engineers are not so impressed.
Existing BMO customers will be able to opt-in to the service and use the Identity Check app's fingerprint scanner or facial recognition technology to verify online purchases.
The integration means users of Android Pay, Samsung Pay, or Microsoft Wallet will be able to complete online transactions at any merchant site that accepts MasterPass.
Trump won't have trouble finding support for his claim of a "rigged" election, thanks to badly secured voting devices.
Security experts say voting machines are easy to tamper with, and in several key battleground states ballots will be nearly impossible to verify.
No matter how big your company is, integrating platforms can create major headaches and threaten your IT investments. Luckily, new solutions are being designed to ease the burden and reduce the risks.
Google's first smartphone release scores lower in repairability than Apple's iPhone 7.
At the top job site Indeed.com, a variety of companies are posting positions for engineering autonomous vehicles. Visitors click on these listings much more frequently than the other 16 million jobs that are posted on the site.
Last week assault on Dyn's global managed DNS services was only the start. Here's how to fend off hackers' attacks both on your servers and the internet.
Matt Bulloch, President of TentCraft, talks about how a manufacturing business located outside of Silicon Valley strategically invests in its marketing stack.