Today on Global BC, Bradley talks about Siri and Mobile Privacy. He also discusses Google Doodles.
Bradley talks about collaboration on the cloud with Google Drive and BC Gov’t Own Data Storage and Translink’s new next stop software.
Bradley talks about Kickstarter, The Pebble Watch and Getting Involved.
What’s new in Japan? Never carry your bank card again all of your information is on the palm of your hand!
Flying car are here and available on the market later this year. Can you see yourself flying to work?
As seen on Global TV’s Shaw Tech Report.
Bradley explains and discusses the recent Flashback Trojan Virus on Apple Computers.
A malicious malware called Flashback has exploited a security flaw on Java plugin making it vulnerable to attacks. It is confirmed that more than 600,000Apple computers have been affected worldwide, 100,000 of which is in Canada. The incident is an eye opener for mac users which usually boasts about macs being invulnerable to viruses.