In the battle between e-commerce and in-store shopping, and as online sales tallies continue to grow, sophisticated new technology is being used to rejuvenate – some might say save – the old-fashioned bricks-and-mortar store. Digital innovation and powerful computer technologies…
Smartphones and tablets make the gifting season bright with bold new designs, technologies and a range of sizes to consider.
We all have memorable BlackBerry devices, these are some that changed the way people used their technology by making it more personal and portable and kickstarted the idea that smartphone were more than communication devices but were extensions of our work and personal lives.
by Lee Rickwood
A Canadian medical technology development team is a finalist in a multi-million dollar competition to build a new device based on gadgets used in the Star Trek TV show.
While the Back-to-school season is targeted at students, it is a generally good time to consider purchasing new hardware.
by Lee Rickwood
A Canadian Olympian is pushing the development of mobile apps that support athletes and the communities who support them. Winter sports are covered; summer activities like cycling and rodeo sports have been added and more sports apps are coming soon.
By Ted Kritsonis
Huawei may not be a brand that comes to mind when thinking of an alternative to the iPad, but the MateBook is designed to be just that. A tablet with impressive specs and the flexibility to act as a laptop replacement, the device promises great performance, yet falls short on usability.
LG G Pad III comes with Microsoft Office for Android installed, this is a huge freebie that makes it possible for this content consumption device to shine as an ultraportable note-taking, editing and spreadsheet-enabled device which can work with the most popular document formats.