Apple adds security, productivity features to iOS for the enterprise

Apple Inc. made its big unveil of iOS 8 on Monday during its Worldwide Developers Conference, showing off a slew of new features with its newest iteration of its mobile operating system. While

Published on: June 3rd, 2014 Candice So

Tempo brings social intelligence to your calendar app

There may be no one perfect calendar. Everyone has their own favourite method for keeping a schedule. Some of us are beholden to Microsoft Outlook, a hub containing our emails and calendar that

Published on: March 12th, 2014 Brian Jackson

All Hands on Tech: Ubi voice-activated smart home command centre

Hi there, I’m Candice So and thanks for watching All Hands on Tech. In September 2012, the Ubi – or ubiquitous computer – received more than $229,000 in funding for its Kickstarter campaign,

Published on: February 20th, 2014 Candice So

CircleTime offers a new way to look at your calendar

There's countless calendar apps out there, but they all pretty much present your schedule in the same way - days and weeks organized into rows and columns, your meetings and appointments in neat

Published on: August 23rd, 2013 Brian Jackson

Gijit wants to make meeting easier [video]

Gijit wants to be the go-to app for your next 48 hours.For anyone that's ever felt like they're herding cats when trying to organize a meeting, or been wandering around a coffee shop

Published on: June 21st, 2012 ITBusiness Staff

Groupon Scheduler: Web bookings made free for businesses

When Anthony Raso opened his new Toronto-based garage at the beginning of last winter, he leaned on Groupon's reach to advertise his business – and he was having trouble keeping up with the

Published on: March 26th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Top 10 most useful Twitter bots

You may think that Twitter is just good for followingcelebrities and swapping tweets with friends. But the social network iscapable of a lot more. Specialized services have tweaked it to turnordinary Twitter accounts

Published on: October 25th, 2011 David Daw

Use Apple’s Automator to create to-do items anywhere

One of the main reasons Mac users avoid Apple's automation utility, Automator, is because they believe that to do anything worthwhile with it, you have to create complex workflows. If you count yourself

Published on: June 1st, 2011 Christopher Breen

Calendar boost behind RIM’s Tungle acquisition

Research in Motion moved to boost its mobile devices' calendar capabilities by buying Tungle, an enterprise scheduling application developer, for an undisclosed sum.Tungle.me, which made its debut at DEMO in 2008 (and returned

Published on: April 28th, 2011 Dan Moren

Google’s Chrome OS beta shows limitations of cloud-only computing

Like at least half the nerds in America, I applied to be part of Chrome OS beta testing program as soon as it was announced last week. On the surface, at least, I

Published on: December 21st, 2010 Joel Mathis

Put your Google services on steroids

Like everyone else on the Internet, you likely use one or more of Google's many services, from search to Gmail to Google Calendar to Google Docs. And like plenty of other people, you

Published on: December 15th, 2010 Preston Gralla

Google adds 60 services to Google Apps

If you've been using Google Apps for work and other Google services for play, then you know the annoyance of juggling two accounts within one browser. That hassle ended Thursday as Mountain View

Published on: November 19th, 2010 Joan Goodchild

Tap Google for a better, wireless BlackBerry sync

We all have our morning rituals – that first cup of coffee, a stretch to touch the toes, and connecting your BlackBerry via mini-USB to one's computer for a sync-up. This has been

Published on: June 9th, 2010 Brian Jackson

5 tips n’ tricks to galvanize your use of Google Apps

You're probably familiar with the Google Apps basics: Perhaps you use Gmail or have uploaded some files to Google Docs, or maybe you've tinkered in Google Sites to develop your own Web site.

Published on: May 11th, 2010 Kristin Burnham