Video game consumption up 46 per cent – but revenue stalls

Canadian video game consumption continues to skyrocket but that hasn't necessarily translated into revenue, a new study finds.Canadians acquired more than 77.6 million games for various devicesduring the six months prior to February,

Published on: June 11th, 2012 ITBusiness Staff

First hands-on impressions of Windows 8 Consumer Preview

The Windows 8 Consumer Preview is only just becoming available to the public, but we've had the opportunity to use it for a few days on a Samsung slate nearly identical to the

Published on: February 29th, 2012 Jason Cross and Nate Ralph

Giving your team ownership

By Francis Moran In our last post, we looked at how Screenreach Interactive is managing its beta testing process to prepare for the launch of a new version of Screach in the near future.

Published on: February 14th, 2012 Francis Moran

Putting your assumptions to the test

By Francis Moran In our last post, we looked at Screenreach Interactive’s recent inroads in the radio and television industries, including its appearance on Popular U.K. television program The Gadget Show at Radio Festival, Europe’s top radio

Published on: January 25th, 2012 Francis Moran

Microsoft aims for painless Windows 8 installation

Microsoft wants to make upgrading to Windows 8 from older Windows versions easier and faster through online delivery, no product key entry for at least one installation method and a process that involves

Published on: November 23rd, 2011 Ian Paul

iTunes 10.5 upgrade frees users from desktop syncing

You can set your iPod nano's clock-like interface by it: When Appleships a major update to iOS, you can bet that an updated version ofiTunes is also on the menu. Such is the

Published on: October 18th, 2011 Christopher Breen

Five reasons SMBs should give Joomla a chance

There are numerous Web content management systems available out there to serve the needs of companies large and small, including numerous free and open source options. One that's figured prominently in the news

Published on: September 19th, 2011 Katherine Noyes

NeoDownloader makes it easy to bundle Web downloads

Good software--like good tools--often takes a tedious task and makes it a whole lot more bearable. That’s precisely what NeoDownloader ($40, 30-day free trial) does, making it easy to download images, songs, and

Published on: August 15th, 2011 Lee Mathews

Rogers launches LTE network promising ‘faster speeds’

The country’s next generation LTE wireless data network will bring “multiple benefits” to business, says a Rogers Communications Inc. executive.“Business that are facilitated by things like video conferencing and other things,” will see

Published on: July 8th, 2011 Howard Solomon

10 free utilities to super-charge your hard drive

Most users are satisfied with the hard drive utilities that ship with Windows--especially the more powerful partitioning and defragging tools found in Windows Vista and 7. Since you're reading this, though, you're obviously

Published on: May 6th, 2011 Jon L. Jacobi

E-book piracy different from music, movies

By Keir Thomas While browsing a social news site the other day, I came across a link to an e-book search engine. Sadly, alongside the many free e-books available, such as those from

Published on: December 1st, 2010 IDG News Service

Social networking sites fuel adware resurgence

New adware companies are increasingly targeting Facebook, Twitter, and other popular social networking sites as a means of distribution. The share-friendly environment of such sites is ideal for spreading adware and trackware through

Published on: October 20th, 2010 Leah Yamshon

Nine nifty Windows 7 tools for power users

The quest for the perfect personalized Windows setup is too often derailed when it comes to finding the right tools for your needs. Top 10 lists abound, but few of them offer truly

Published on: September 14th, 2010 J. Peter Bruzzese

News of free Office 2010 upgrade leaked on the Web

Details of an impending free upgrade to Office 2010 leaked to the Web on Wednesday before Microsoft yanked a post on its partner community site.The information, posted by Charles Van Heusen, a Texas-based

Published on: February 8th, 2010 Gregg Keizer and Shane O'Neill