Canadian smartphone users have multiple personalities, study finds

How do Canadians use their smartphones? Well that depends on where they are - at work, at home, or somewhere in between, according to research by Toronto-based Catalyst. Smartphone users at work are

Published on: March 20th, 2014 Brian Jackson

iQmetrix using touchscreens to get customers to tap, swipe, and buy

It’s not easy to create a good store display. Products have to be arranged in such a way that they catch customers’ eyes, draw them in, and encourage them to shop around a

Published on: March 6th, 2014 Candice So

Dell unveils full-HD XPS 18 all-in-one

Its latest all-in-one offering, the XPS 18, is the world’s lightest AIO computer in the market according to Dell. Weighing in at just 4.85 lbs. with an optional solid state drive, the new

Published on: March 14th, 2013 Nestor Arellano

Top 5 back to Mac announcements

Apple came roaring back to the Mac on Wednesday by announcing Lion (the next iteration of Mac OS X), two new MacBook Air laptops, FaceTime for Mac, new iLife software and a Mac

Published on: October 22nd, 2010 Ian Paul

Flip camcorders ditch standard definition for all-HD product line

The entire line of Flip Video now records in high definition--and the newest models do it at a higher frame rate. Cisco today phased out the remaining standard-definition models of the Flip family

Published on: September 22nd, 2010 Tim Moynihan

Three specialty uses for the Apple iPad

If you think the iPad is just a big iPod Touch for Fanboy consumers, think again. The nearly 10-inch touchscreen will open the door to a variety of never-seen-before uses, say iPhone developers.

Published on: April 8th, 2010 Tom Kaneshige

10 tech tangles that need to be unravelled

Enough with bickering cell phone technologies, messaging systems that won't talk, incompatible file formats, and TV remotes that spread like kudzu across your coffee table. We've been dealing with some of these problems

Published on: February 17th, 2010 Dan Tynan