By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Apple and Google are the two leading mobile OS companies who are expected to provide competing mobile payments platforms.
Talk to the Xbox to switch between live TV viewing and game-playing using just the sound of your voice, without having to switch TV inputs
The Official Launch of new BlackBerry 10 products and services is seen as a ‘make-it or break it’ day for RIM; the launch may be just as important to the overall Canadian tech landscape.
by Lee Rickwood
By Ted Kritsonis
In the midst of the BlackBerry World event currently underway in Orlando, Research in Motion (RIM) issued a statement Monday night claiming responsibility for a series of anti-Apple flashmobs that took place in Melbourne and Sydney.
By Lee Rickwood
Canada continues to put out the hardware, software and wetware that are key to the success of the global consumer electronics industry.
So let’s hold CES here next year, eh?!?
By Lee Rickwood
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is as much about the provider as it is the consumer, and it has as much to offer the high tech industry in specific as it does the consumer marketplace in general.
Welcome New Readers, Welcome to WhatsYourTech.ca, offering you everything newsworthy, hip and helpful to know about in the Canadian technology landscape. It’s Canada Plugged In. As the former Publisher of PCWorld.ca and Macworldcanada.ca I had the rewarding and…
The benefits of services like Facebook and Twitter are undeniable. They connect billions of people, enable communication at the speed of thought, and they have also, for better or worse, made it possible for anyone to voice out their opinions and beliefs. But what happens when these services are abused?