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How to save and manage data usage on your smartphone

Winston Sih | posted Monday, Feb 8th, 2016

  • Tip 1: Turn off Wi-Fi assist
  • Tip 2: Save your Google Maps offline on your device on Wi-Fi to prevent downloading when out and about.
  • Tip 3: Snapchat user? Turn on ‘travel mode’
  • Tip 4: Manage your background updates on apps
  • Tip 5: Listen to Spotify, read Next Issue? Turn on offline downloads and sync music on Wi-Fi
  • Tip 6: Disable Facebook autoplay videos
  • Tip 7: Turn off auto-update on apps over cellular

‘YouTube Rewind’ list reveals top viral videos in Canada

Winston Sih | posted Wednesday, Dec 9th, 2015

Watch the top viral videos in Canada, according to YouTube Canada.

Top Trending Videos in Canada for 2015:

  1. Silento- Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) #WatchMeDanceOn by beautee132
  2. Crazy Plastic Ball PRANK!! by RomanAtwood
  3. 6ft Man in 6ft Giant Water Balloon – 4K by The Slow Mo Guys
  4. Dover Police DashCam Confessional (Shake it Off) by The Dover Police
  5. Golden boy Calum Scott hits the right note | Audition Week 1 | Britain’s Got Talent 2015 by BritainsGotTalent09
  6. Surprising Applications of the Magnus Effect by Veritasium
  7. Twins Come Out To Dad by Rhodes Bros
  8. What Colour Is This Dress? (SOLVED with SCIENCE) by AsapSCIENCE
  9. EPIC CATCH!!! Dashing Thru the Snow – CN Train 406 West at Salisbury, NB (Feb 3, 2015) by containerman2
  10. First Place – Blue Jays Pennant Race/Parody Song by Adam Jesin

Top Trending Music Videos in Canada for 2015:

  1. See You Again ft. Charlie Puth [Official Video] Furious 7 Soundtrack by Wiz Khalifa
  2. Sugar by Maroon 5
  3. Lean On (feat. MØ) (Official Music Video) by Major Lazer
  4. Love Me Like You Do (Official Video) by Ellie Goulding
  5. Bad Blood ft. Kendrick Lamar by Taylor Swift
  6. Hello by Adele
  7. Elastic Heart feat. Shia LaBeouf & Maddie Ziegler (Official Video) by Sia
  8. Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) (Official) by Silentó
  9. The Hills by The Weeknd
  10. What Do You Mean by Justin Bieber

Join us at our annual BT Christmas Tree Sale

Winston Sih | posted Tuesday, Dec 8th, 2015

Get your tinsel ready… It’s time for the annual Breakfast Television Christmas Tree Sale!

Join the festive fun at Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Friday, Dec. 11 from 6-9 a.m.

Yorkdale shopping centre

A minimum ten dollar donation to the Daily Bread Food Bank and you walk away with a Christmas tree, plus it puts food on the tables of families in need.

Give a little, get a lot.

Tips for selecting, maintaining your real Christmas tree

The BT Christmas Tree Sale is in support of the Daily Bread Food Bank.

Trees provided by the Christmas Tree Farmers of Ontario.

Join us at the 10th-annual BT Christmas Party!

Winston Sih | posted Tuesday, Dec 8th, 2015

It’s been a tradition for the past decade… the BT Christmas Party is back for its 10th anniversary, and you’re invited!

The morning of Friday, Dec. 18 is the BT Christmas Party and we will be broadcasting live from the lobby of the Sheraton Centre (across from Nathan Phillips Square). The morning is in support of Daily Bread Food Bank.

Plus, now confirmed to perform at the BT Christmas Party is country singer Tim Hicks!


There’s a special rate from Dec. 10th through Dec. 30th – you will want to book a stay for the night of Dec. 17 and make your way to the hotel lobby in the morning!

  • Festively priced and starting from $139 per night
  • Book by calling 1 (866) 716–8101 and mentioning code “BTXMAS” or online
  • Click for more details: bit.ly/Sheraton-BT

Stay at the hotel with $20 from every guest room going to Daily Bread . It’s a great rate and giving back to Daily Bread – perfect for holiday shopping – hotel connected via PATH to The Eaton Centre, so leave your boots and coats in your guest room.  It’s also a great rate for festive events, boxing day bargains. And of course, stay overnight on Thursday, Dec. 17 so you can join us for the BT Christmas Party!

Donate to the Daily Bread Food Bank:


Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale:

For 20% off tickets until Jan. 3, use the promo code: DIAMONDBT

Smartphone maker BlackBerry Priv, company’s first Android device, goes on sale

Winston Sih | posted Friday, Nov 6th, 2015

TORONTO – The stakes are high for BlackBerry as its first Android-powered device goes on sale today.

The release of the BlackBerry Priv could mark a pivotal moment for the smartphone maker as it tries to turn around its money-losing hardware division.

If the Priv is a sales flop, it’s likely the Waterloo, Ont.-based company will exit the business of designing phones and turn attention to its software licensing and services division.

For the first time, BlackBerry (TSX:BB) is launching a device that will run on Google’s Android system, not on its own operating software.

The change is intended to resolve one of the biggest criticisms levelled against BlackBerry — a lack of apps that left it behind its competitors in an era where customers increasingly use their phones to stream movies and post on social media.

BlackBerry has said advance orders for the Priv have been higher than those for the Passport, Classic and Leap devices, though it hasn’t provided presales figures.

With files from The Canadian Press

iPhone eating up a lot of data? You may want to turn this feature off

Winston Sih | posted Friday, Oct 2nd, 2015

There’s a new feature in iOS 9 that promises to help supplement slow Wi-Fi connections with fast LTE data, but it may be eating up your data plan quickly.

The feature is called Wi-Fi Assist, and to toggle it on and off, navigate to Settings -> Cellular -> Scroll to the bottom -> Wi-Fi Assist.

To see what apps are consuming your data, go to Settings -> Cellular.


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