New product launches, management, and optimization news for smartphones, tablets, hybrid PCs, and wearable technology. Includes bring your own device (BYOD) trend, M-business, mobile workforce, and communications carriers and providers.
The same humid air that slows down your morning jog over the summer slows down your apps too, according to mobile research firm Apteligent, Inc. Despite the many advanced and/or questionable functions provided
The Pebble smartwatch is back this summer, looking to appeal to professionals and athletes alike with a new line of products. Pebble debuted a very successful Kickstarter campaign this week, surpassing a $1 million goal
Microsoft Corp. announced today that it would be "streamlining" its mobile hardware business, taking a write-down of approximately $950 million USD and eliminating up to 1,850 jobs, 1,350 of them at its Finland-based
Twitter users will soon be able to expand the content of their tweets in four key ways, though the popular social media platform will retain its 140-character limit, the San Francisco-based company announced
'Smart technology' has already taken over the majority of our accessories, with wallets being the latest to receive an update. This week, X Lab launched an Indiegogo campaign for Spendwallet, a new product
Retailers that advertise their physical storefronts with Google ads will now be able to show consumers exactly how many items they have available to buy at the nearest location, the search giant announced
Canadian small business owners looking for advice can now turn to Rogers for assistance. Rogers has opened 72 new small business centres throughout Canada, designed to support owners and provide access to resources.
With unemployment rates for Canadian youth hovering around 13 per cent - and nearly half of those employed in part-time jobs - college and university graduates face an uphill battle when commencing their
If auto manufacturers want potential customers to give their cars a test run, they need to provide an easy-to-use, content-rich website that appeals to both desktop and mobile users, according to a new
While the majority of Canadians purchase mobile phones from carrier-branded stores, those who purchase from big box stores are more likely to purchase an unlocked phone and more likely to switch carriers as
Canadian banks may not have supported Apple Pay at its initial launch last November because the technology wasn't compatible with Interac Association's chip-and-pin contactless authentication method. Apple entered the Canadian market late last
Millions more Canadians could finally have access to Apple Pay, with the Cupertino, Calif. tech giant announcing today that the big five national banks, and payment networks Interac, Visa, and MasterCard have all pledged