Category: Mobile

New Wireless Streaming Solution from Canada’s Eleven

by Lee Rickwood

Eleven Engineering is showing off its new personal wireless standard, called TRiK, at CES. It will compete with other proprietary concepts on the market, and with established standards like Bluetooth.

Google Launches Nexus One Smartphone

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What makes the Nexus One different is that it provides the most “perfect” implementation of what a Google Android Smartphone should be. Google controls the software and updates it directly without limitations from mobile carriers.

Canadians See Film, TV in a New Dimension

by Lee Rickwood

The media world is buzzing over 3D. Movie theatres have it, soon home TVs will have it. You know your laptop and iPhone can have it, right?

Scosche’s IDR350m earphones with tapLINE control

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

It’s always pleasant to find a product that performs and works better than similar products that cost twice as much. Scosche’s IDR350m earphones are such a product.

2010: The Year of the Tablet PC

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What are the benefits of a tablet computer today? A compact and connected multi-touch based computer is a nice adjunct to desktops and notebooks specially for traveling and light-use computing.

PayPal pushes mobile payments

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

PayPal continues diversify the way e-payments are made. The leading online payment service provider, PayPal has gone beyond catering to e-tailers and eBay traders and has managed to cap 2009 by introducing ways to pay via Twitter, smartphones and has provided the payment backbone for BlackBerry’s new App World store.

WIND partners with Blockbuster

With Netflix, According to the announcement, 16 of Blockbuster’s 458 Canadian stores would house a 150 square-ft WIND Mobile kiosk. The numbers break down to roughly 13 locations in the GTA with 3 more in Calgary. Hats off to Toronto-based…