Worried about someone hacking your phone and leaking those nude pics to your significant other? Why not send your lover sexualized emojis instead?
Emojis (the little cartoonish pictures of smiles, clothing and other icons you can add to text and chat messages) aren’t generally what the average person would consider sexy. But a site called Flirtmoji is trying to change that.
In a blog post on its website, the company said, “(O)ur mission at Flirtmoji to empower people of all sexualities to communicate their desires, concerns, and flirtations.”
Amazon’s same-day delivery service has finally come to Canada. Well, Toronto and Vancouver at least.
The newly launched service allows for customers to choose from a select group of items at Amazon.ca. Customers can place their orders as late as noon and should expect to receive the packages by 9 p.m. the same day. The service is even available on the weekend.
Drones can deliver pizza and may be used to deliver other types of packages in the future if the rules and regulations get more lax.
And back in September, six U.S. production companies got an exemption from the FAA’s ban on commercial drones, provided they don’t fly above 120 metres and stay inside the film set. (The FAA is looking at other exemption requests as well.) But one use it probably wasn’t expecting drones to be used for is to shoot porn.
So if you’ve seen the BlackBerry Passport, which launched back in September, the one thing that probably sticks out to you is the size.
An almost square device, the phone looks like it would be a monster to carry around. And, frankly, the demonstration that it was roughly the same size as a passport didn’t placate me as passports aren’t that small either.
BlackBerry chief executive John Chen shows a Canadian passport along with the Passport smartphone during an official launch event in Toronto, Sept. 24, 2014. REUTERS/Aaron Harris
At the launch, BlackBerry CEO John Chen and company showed that the Passport could easily fit in the inside pocket of a blazer. But I’m not a Bay Street businessman who wears a suit to work every day. I generally wear a golf shirt and pants and so it seemed that it would be considerably more uncomfortable to carry the Passport around.
Or at least, that’s what I thought. In fact, it fits reasonably well into the front pocket in my pants. Jeans could be an issue, but most men’s pants have big enough pockets.
Move over Lenovo, as it sounds like there may be someone else who is interested in purchasing BlackBerry. Namely, socialite-turned-reality-TV-star Kim Kardashian.
In an onstage interview with Re/code’s Kara Swisher, Kardashian expressed her love for the Waterloo, Ont.-based company.
Kim Kardashian arrives at the Tao Nightclub at The Venetian Las Vegas to celebrate her 34th birthday on Oct. 25, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (David Becker/Getty Images/AFP)