Canada's IT security professionals are coming around to providing a more open IT scenario in the workplace that would allow employees to use their own devices and access social networks, according to a
The federal government released more details about how it plans to ensure a fourth wireless carrier in each region across Canada to compete with the wireless incumbent triad of Bell, Rogers, and Telus.
There's two different approaches when it comes to embracing intelligent mobile technologies. On the one hand you have the early adopter with a "devil-may-care" attitude to sharing personal details about themselves in a
Most smartphone owners don't associate their device with helping them achieve a deeper meditative state, yet that's exactly what Ottawa-based Personal Neuro Devices purports to do with its new app released this week
In a deal that reminds us of the close links between Microsoft Corp. and Facebook, the world's most popular social network is acquiring a marketing software suite from the world's biggest software company.
Apple's educational content delivery platform has passed the 1 billion downloads mark in total, Apple announced today. iTunes U has also delivered more than 300 million pieces of content since it became an
Toronto-based Guardly launched an update to its mobile personal safety solution yesterday with an Indoor Positioning System that can locate a users' precise location within a building. The update means that when someone
Remember in the starry-eyed early 2000s when the next decade of advances in video conferencing, online collaboration, and broadband connectivity would greatly reduce the need to travel anywhere for business? Well it hasn’t