What men want, according to Microsoft Canada survey

“Know your audience” – that’s one of the most oft-repeated mantras for marketers, and one that works for a marketer in basically any industry. So to appeal to male consumers seeking to make

Published on: July 10th, 2014 Candice So

Prototype device gives consumers insight into heart health

When Dr. Wadea Tarhuni, the president and CEO of Windsor Cardiac Centre, was recently working with a patient dealing with heart health problems at his clinic, he sent him home with what looked

Published on: February 4th, 2014 Brian Jackson

HP TouchPad sell off could benefit Apple

HP's TouchPad fire sale could drive low-volume tablet makers out of the market, further padding Apple's market share and reducing consumer choice in the long term.Here's the scenario that's developing.Suppose HP sells half

Published on: August 23rd, 2011 John P. Mello Jr.

Get ready for a BYOD invasion

More companies are leaving employees to their own devices, a new study finds. In a global survey of 700 IT professionals conducted for virtualization software company Citrix Systems Inc., 92 per cent say

Published on: July 29th, 2011 Christine Wong

Are netbooks dead?

By Nestor E. Arellano Are netbooks dead? Does any one even care? Cramped design, underpowered and lacking the tablet’s appeal it’s easy to understand why many pundits would be quick to write off

Published on: June 16th, 2011 Nestor Arellano

Cell phone cancer risk should trigger caution, not panic

Do cell phones cause cancer? Nobody really knows for sure, but scientists are determined to keep an eye on the ever-evolving evidence that continues to accumulate on the subject. That's the gist of

Published on: June 6th, 2011 Marco Tabini

Collision warning systems help distracted drivers, prevent accidents

Technology and new laws may have a role in curbing dangerous vehicle accidents caused by distracted driving while texting or using a cell phone or a music player. But federal officials today also

Published on: October 2nd, 2009 Matt Hamblen