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Maple launches free online screening and consultation solution in response to COVID-19

While health officials do their best to provide answers to the public about COVID-19, virtual healthcare solutions provider Maple is doing what it can...

Huawei Mate 30 Pro set to debut in Canada without Google apps

Can a flagship phone live without Google in Canada?

Ericsson announces partnership with Carleton University to research 5G tech

Ericsson has announced a new multi-year partnership with Carleton University to further advance the school's programs for engineers and computer scientists and generate research...

LG announces V60 ThinQ 5G smartphone

Without a foldable display for its phones, LG is going all-in on its double-screen idea. Its latest creation, the LG V60 ThinQ 5G, is...

Huawei launches Mate Xs foldable smartphone

Huawei today launched its Mate Xs foldable smartphone, an improvement over the first-generation Huawei Mate X. The Huawei Mate Xs is Huawei’s second-generation foldable smartphone....

Expert says CRTC’s data plan proposals for telcos are ‘misguided’

This week, the Canadian Radio and Telecommunication Commission has been holding a review with major Canadian network operators to discuss the affordability and state...

Renting a new office building? Check its network infrastructure first

When one broaches the topic of 5G, it tends to immediately lead into heated debates on the network's infrastructure, performance, cost, and potential. However,...

Mitacs placing 400 interns with ENCQOR 5G network projects

Nonprofit national research organization Mitacs has announced that it is working with the ENCQOR 5G network to place 400 student interns from Ontario and...

Platforms key for the future of today’s ‘immature’ smart environments

Most smart environments today, whether that’s at home or at the office, are a hodgepodge of different applications of varying quality, at times collecting...

Samsung launches Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone and Galaxy S20 series smartphones

Samsung announced four new smartphones at its Samsung Unpacked event held in San Francisco yesterday. Model Galaxy Z Flip Galaxy S20 5G Galaxy S20+ 5G Galaxy S 20 Ultra...

BlackBerry launches Digital Workplace

BlackBerry has announced the launch of Digital Workplace, a software solution that allows users to access their corporate tools - both on-premise and in...

Oil and gas industry leaders meeting with IoT experts in Alberta to discuss industry issues

Leaders from the Canadian oil and gas industry are set to speak with a large number of players in the IoT space to discuss...

TCL Communication to discontinue sales of BlackBerry devices

TCL Communication would no longer be selling BlackBerry-branded mobile devices. BlackBerry’s brand licensing agreement with TCL Communication is due to end on Aug. 31, 2020,...

Deloitte’s 2020 TMT Predictions: 5G’s impact on healthcare will be significant

Expect heavy-duty AI capabilities in your pocket this year thanks to explosive growth in the 5G market, according to Deloitte's annual TMT predictions, growth...

Lenovo’s bendy ThinkPad X1 Fold is US$2,500, coming mid-2020

If the number of foldable laptops at CES were any indication, we'll be entering a Star Trek reality in no time. Designed for travelling professionals,...

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Calling on smartphones to lighten the carbon load

Imagine a smartphone made from 25 per cent recycled polycarbonate. A phone that comes equipped with a biodegradable, replaceable battery and a case made...

Mobile devices fuel “anywhere office” trend

A new generation of powerful mobility devices will continue to revolutionize the workplace, fuelling the remote working trend that finally gained momentum in 2018. With...

How Businesses Can Take Advantage of the Mobile App Boom

The rise of mobile technology has allowed for an app explosion over the past few years. According to The Statistics Portal, The Apple Store...

Three ways businesses can shed the burden of managing mobile devices and data

There was a time when futurologists thought the Information Age was going to abolish drudgery for people. Machines and software programs would take care...