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Made in Canada robots enhance work and play

From wearable technology to revolutionary rehabilitation, intelligent systems have come a long way indeed. Some of these systems were demoed at the Canadian Conference on Intelligent Systems held in Windsor, Ont. recently. Of

Published on: July 2nd, 2008 Kavita Gosyne

More than 80 per cent of businesses now use Macs

Nearly 80 per cent of businesses have Macs in-house, nearly double the percentage that said they had users running Mac OS X two years ago, a research firm said today."Then, we were talking

Published on: June 30th, 2008 Gregg Keizer

Smooth integration necessary for successful CRM implementation

Many Canadian businesses fail to realize the full potential of their customer relations management (CRM) software because of poor integration with existing applications and business processes.

Published on: June 27th, 2008 Nestor Arellano

Some ISPs make big bucks by intercepting traffic from non-existent sites

The interception of Internet traffic to snoop on phone calls or track surfers' behavior is a hot topic -- but what's keeping members of an international Internet security body up at night is

Published on: June 25th, 2008 Peter Sayer

Connect with Facebook generation, expert urges Canadian companies

TLDNR. If you don't know what it means then you also probably don't have a clue why most people under 25 don't read the Globe and Mail.The acronym stands for "too long, did

Published on: June 24th, 2008 Nestor Arellano

Blogger uses “Google bomb” to show McCain in poor light

A political blogger is using a technique known as "Google bombing" to enlist the aid of fellow partisan bloggers to boost the search engine rankings of nine news stories that reflect poorly on

Published on: June 23rd, 2008 Heather Havenstein

E-giving explosion – For many Canadians charity begins online

Canada may have been the first industrialized country to reject funding a drug that treats the severest form of the most common type of vision loss in the developed world, were it not

Published on: June 20th, 2008 Brian Jackson

Canadian iPhone users “unlikely” to get big price break

A new price model for data service set to be unveiled by Rogers Communications Inc. to coincide with its Canadian rollout of the 3G iPhone could mean lower data rates. However, cell phone

Published on: June 19th, 2008 Nestor Arellano

Record Firefox 3 downloads crash Mozilla site

Mozilla's big plan on Tuesday to set a world record for downloads with the Firefox 3 browser hit a snag when its Web site would not work properly. Though the big "Download Day" was set

Published on: June 19th, 2008 By Elizabeth Montalbano and John Fontana

Copyright bill strikes discordant note with Canadian musicians, consumer groups

Canadian artists as well as other consumers will be singing the blues, while big businesses reap mega profits if Bill C-61 – the proposed amendment to the Copyright Act – is passed into

Published on: June 17th, 2008 Nestor Arellano

Canadian radio refuses to die

Despite the unceasing onslaught Web-based technology and predictions of being "subsumed" by new media, Canadian radio refuses to sign-off and die.Instead, local radio advertisers turned up the dial recently to announce that radio

Published on: June 13th, 2008 Nestor Arellano

NASA brings social networking to Martians

"The parachute is open!!""Come on Rocketssssss!!!""I've landed !!!!!""Cheers! Tears! I'm here!"Those were the messages that NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory sent out on micro-blogging site Twitter in a five-minute time span May 25 as

Published on: June 10th, 2008 Heather Havenstein and Jim Dalrymple

Canadian retailers have 3.6 billion reasons to battle tech-enabled theft

A broad range of criminal activities are eating away at retail profits and causing Canadian merchants to lose as much as $3.6 billion each year, according to a recent survey. While employee and

Published on: June 9th, 2008 Nestor Arellano

Getting a handle on Google Apps

When Google launched its web-based e-mail service (Gmail) on April 1, 2004, many people thought it was an April Fool's Day joke, and perhaps with good reason. That same day, the company had

Published on: June 9th, 2008 C.G. Lynch

Canadian groups oppose government move towards “US-style” digital copyright laws

A broad alliance of Canadian consumer advocacy groups is deeply concerned the Feds may be poised to introduce legislation that mirrors U.S. digital copyright laws, which severely limit consumer rights.Coalition members include the

Published on: June 9th, 2008 Nestor Arellano