Huawei's Meng Wanzhou loses ruling on double criminality

British Columbia supreme court Justice Heather Holmes released her verdict today on the case of Huawei executive and daughter of its founder, Meng Wanzhou.

Libby Emmons

BC homeless to get free cell phones to help with social distancing

British Columbia will be providing cell phones with data plans to those homeless and in need so they may better practice social distancing.

Quinn Patrick

Canadian startup could be the solution to big tech’s never-ending data hunger

It’s well known in the industry: if a service is free, you are the product.

Quinn Patrick

Twitter’s new rules: ‘OK Boomer’ not OK but Trump-bashing may continue

Twitter is expanding upon its never-ceasing, ever-worsening terms of service that do nothing to protect its users from actual harm.

Ian Miles Cheong

Apple to pay out $500 million for slowing down iPhone

Apple Inc. will settle litigation for slowing down older iPhones to the tune of $500 million in compensation to owners who had to buy replacement phones.

Quinn Patrick

Republican Twitter investor may oust Jack Dorsey

Twitter should no longer be the exclusive political platform of extreme far left voices. Balance would be better reflected in the lack of intervention.

Chad Felix Greene

Second “Big Bang” spotted

Astronomers have spotted a supermassive black hole swallowing a galaxy, creating a hole in space over 2 million light years across.

The Post Millennial

Donald Trump Jr. slams Twitter for censoring “blue collar room” video

Twitter has censored an official video released by RNC Research, which is managed by the Republican Party in the United States.

Ian Miles Cheong

Twitter is not to be trusted when it comes to misinformation

Twitter is working out ways to combat misinformation, but the truth is that Twitter is the last place to trust when it comes to the truth.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson

Woman plays violin while getting brain tumour removed

A woman who underwent brain surgery played violin throughout the operation in hopes that it would prevent them from stopping her ability to play.

Quinn Patrick

Wind turbine blades mostly heading to landfills

Tens of thousands of wind turbine blades are being taken down from their towers and brought to landfills across the U.S. and Europe.

Quinn Patrick

Robotic mule deer used to catch poachers in Alberta

In northwest Alberta, the numbers of mule deer are declining and wildlife officers are taking creative steps to catch poachers.

Sam Edwards

Facebook falsely accuses The Post Millennial of ‘hate speech’

Facebook has flagged The Post Millennial for hate speech … against “white women.” The claim is false, completely preposterous, and we are appealing.

Barrett Wilson

James O’Keefe of Project Veritas suspended from Twitter

On Tuesday evening, Project Veritas journalist James O’Keefe was suspended by Twitter for reporting on the activities of Bernie Sanders campaign staff.

Barrett Wilson

MEME POLICE: Twitter announces crackdown on memes

Twitter has announced its latest effort: cracking down on “manipulated photos or videos that can cause people harm.” The platform will be tackling memes.

Ian Miles Cheong