It’s one of the most unnerving tech experiences any audience could ever have: we’re watching a noted lecturer; he’s wearing strange high-tech glasses. They’re connected to a huge video screen, on which the audience sees what he sees: an image…
By Ted Kritsonis
Streaming media within the home has been a liberating feature for anyone who has adopted it and taken full advantage of the convenience the technology provides. One of the most effective programs to do that is Plex, media server software that collects your content and presents it in one of the most effective platforms currently available.
Canadian companies are embracing BYOD faster than their global counterparts, but fewer than half (33 per cent) of Canadian organizations have a mobile device management policy in place.
By Lee Rickwood
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla One of the biggest draws of mobile devices is how they have evolved the way we consume magazines and newspapers. Here are some new approaches in making magazines mobile.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS continue to dominate the mobile industry in terms of devices and mobile apps. The next few months are critical in the battle for third place.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla The $4.7 billion buyout bid by Fairfax Financial Holdings has failed and BlackBerry has opted to go for Plan B and save itself. Thorsten Heins will not be part of that effort.
Freely accessible and widely usable, open data from public sources has been used in the development of several apps, including those that provide information about water quality at beaches, food safety at restaurants, parking lots, bike trails and transit routes.
by Lee Rickwood
by Lee Rickwood
What if your friend turned out to be a real materialist, ‘only in it for the money’? What if they were constantly pushing you to buy things you may or may not want or even like? Would you still hang out?