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Ridesharing services could soon replace personal vehicles, according to Accenture study

A future in which personal vehicles are no longer popular and ridesharing services rule the road is becoming increasingly plausible, a new study indicates. A...

Ottawa to begin sharing data with Waze for Cities

The City of Ottawa has announced plans to partner with the Waze for Cities program. “Many residents need road and traffic information to get around...

Samsung to power Videotron’s 5G and 4G LTE-A networks

Videotron has selected Samsung Canada to power its 5G and 4G LTA-A services. Starting in 2020, Samsung will supply Videotron with Massive-MIMO and dual-band base...

Martello tests its SD-WAN solution on 5G infrastructure, says UC testing is next

Martello Technologies announced today that it has completed the first phase of testing of its SD-WAN (software-defined wide area network) solution on Encqor 5G,...

Federal court extends CRTC wholesale pricing suspension

The Federal court has extended the suspension of CRTC’s proposed retroactive internet wholesale pricing until it can confirm a hearing status. According to the order,...

Ontario to launch e-scooter pilot project in 2020

E-scooters are on their way to Ontario as the provincial government announced yesterday that it will be launching a pilot project starting on January...

Samsung Galaxy Fold to arrive in Canada early December

Samsung Galaxy Fold set to arrive in Canada on Dec. 6th.

More than 70 per cent of consumers say their expectations for apps have increased over past two years, says new report

Digital services are more ingrained in our daily lives than ever before, and with the increased use of those services has come increased expectations...

Microsoft says Teams has hit 20 million daily users

The battle between Slack and Microsoft Teams continues, and it now looks like Microsoft is gaining the upper hand, according to numbers released by...

OpenText Enfuse 2019: The Carbonite acquisition, new apps, and updates

LAS VEGAS --- The topic of endpoint security was front and centre on the first day of OpenText Enfuse 2019. OpenText's chief executive officer, Mark...

HeyBryan app, backed by HGTV star power, is expanding across Canada in 2020

By Rob Starr Like a lot of small business ideas that work, HeyBryan was born from a personal and common experience. “I couldn't find a local...

Adobe MAX 2019: New apps, updates, and more

Yesterday at Adobe MAX 2019, Adobe announced the next generation of its Creative Cloud; including many new apps and updates. “Today’s announcements redefine the creative...

Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion

As was rumoured earlier this week, Google has bought wearables tech firm Fitbit, according to an announcement from Fitbit this morning. The deal is expected...

Telus IoT Shop lets businesses buy IoT data without credit checks

Telus recently launched an IoT Shop for small enterprises and developers to easily purchase IoT connectivity for product development and equipment testing. Traditional IoT connectivity...

Google Pixel 4 XL review: features aplenty, short on battery

The Pixel 4 continues to build on Google's legendary camera legacy with an improved camera array. It's a phenomenal shooter, but it's not distinctly...

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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...