The government of the Northwest Territories is hoping Creepy Baby and Stoney the Inukshuk will help educate northerners about cannabis.
Click on an app, choose your preferred product, pay for it and then sit back and wait for it to be delivered to your door.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa has found a new way to cash in on his love of marijuana by using his pastime as the theme for a new mobile game.
If you’re looking for love and you like to get high, a weed dating app maybe the way to go.
You can buy pot legally in several states now, but using a debit card to pay has been a dicey proposition.
Two years ago, I happily accepted a business card from a co-founder of the San Francisco-based cannabis delivery startup Eaze as he worked his way through sunning groups at Mission Dolores Park
Idea is to give customers the same service as retailers like Amazon. Need some medical marijuana? There’s an app for that. An Alberta-based pot producer has launched a mobile app to make it easier for patients with a prescription to purchase federally-regulated medicinal weed. Cam Battley, of Aurora Cannabis, said the idea was to giveRead More
After the Liberal government announced plans to legalize recreational pot use next spring
It’s been called “Tinder for marijuana users,” but Todd Mitchem hopes his app will be much more.
A game app about Mexico's drug war launched this week. It's called NarcoGuerra, and it challenges you to "end the never-ending war."