Category: Trending

New Cellphone Service Wind Launches with Community’s Help

By Lee Rickwood

Dedicating its opening ceremonies to the folks it wants to serve, telecom start-up Globalive officially unveiled its new rate plans and cellphone services today with the opening of the first Wind store in Toronto.

“Google Phone” buzz emerges

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Leaked this week via Twitter, various blogs and websites was the “Google Phone”. An Android smartphone that has been distributed internally to Google employees for field-testing. Many believe that this is the ultimate Android smartphone under Google’s full control and supervision.

Tribute to Andrew J. White

President, ITWorld Canada 1956-2009

Here I am at the launch of whatsyourtech.ca, and it only seems fitting that my first posting be a tribute to Andy White, former ITWorld Canada President and COO, technology publisher and personal mentor and friend. Sadly, Andy passed away last week.

Andy was a visionary and an inspiring leader. His love for technology –

WIND Mobile plans leaked?

By Dilshan Kathriarachchi

WIND Mobile internet tipster “Windsider” put up what appears to be leaked plans yet to be confirmed by Canada’s newest wireless carrier cleared for takeoff earlier today.

Bell joins Android Family

By Dilshan Kathriarachchi

Bell launches the Samsung Galaxy™, its first Android device and Canada’s fifth. All major wireless carriers in Canada now offer at least one Android handset.

Google’s OS is Cloud Bound in 2010

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Google recently announced its Chrome desktop OS that is set to launch in 2010. What makes the Google OS is unique is that it works entirely inside the Google Chrome browser with tabs as the main means of navigation between programs.

5 websites that help you do more with YouTube

By Ted Kritsonis

Everyone knows YouTube, but not everyone knows how to enhance the experience of using the popular video site. The Web is rife with unique tools and add-ons that really help you discover what’s possible and even take a few slices with you.