Tag: mobile

New thinking and technology for the future of retail

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
The popularity of online shopping, with aggressive players like Amazon.ca offering various perks like free-shipping and same-day shipping and free returns have challenged brick and mortar retailers who now have either innovate and offer not just products and fair prices but also experiences to retain customers.

More Canadian High-Tech Developers Head to U.S.

More Canadian High-Tech Developers Head to U.S.

by Lee Rickwood
Canadian high-tech companies are heading to Boston to develop and expand their wide-ranging product and service offerings: providing cannabis products or office workstations, enhancing meetings or identifying cancers.

What was old is new again at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Nokia is back and released a variety of devices, including some Android handsets, but it’s the colourful Nokia 3310 feature phone that grabbed all the attention. Is this a sign of smartphone fatigue? A reaction to the expensive, overpowered and increasingly complex (not to mention large and unwieldy) flagship smartphones that cost more than some laptops?

Reviewing the ZTE Axon 7 Mini

By Ted Kritsonis

There is something noteworthy about a brand without serious recognition trying to create products that take design seriously. ZTE has been fighting that uphill battle with its smartphones in North America, and its flagship Axon 7 has helped the cause. Its smaller Mini sibling comes at an aggressive price, but with trade-offs to get it there.

How good is Freedom Mobile’s LTE network?

By Ted Kritsonis

The carrier formerly known as Wind Mobile rebranded as Freedom Mobile at the same time it launched its own LTE network in November 2016 in Toronto and Vancouver, so how good is it three months in?