Forget QWERTY vs. touchscreen: Future smartphones will be controlled with your eyes

Touch screen keyboards have largely replaced hard QWERTY keyboards on smartphones (with the exception of the BlackBerry diehards), but soon even that technology could be displaced. What will control the smartphone of the

Published on: April 18th, 2013

Guardly app becomes Toronto school’s pocket panic button

A downtown Toronto university will be giving its students a free panic button in their pockets this fall, rolling out a mobile app that they will use to call for help in on-campus

Published on: August 28th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Unzipping the privacy concerns around wearable technologies

Privacy and user control are emerging as key concerns in wearable technology as innovations in computing are increasingly interwoven into what we wear, two Toronto experts say.Just as privacy is an issue with

Published on: March 16th, 2012 Christine Wong

Guardly gives Canadian students a pocket panic button

Canadian post-secondary students armed with smartphones can now download a free app that gives them a one-tap panic button to contact campus security, a Toronto-based mobile developer announced today.Guardly Corp. makes a smartphone

Published on: January 19th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Inside The Photon League’s basement hologram lab

Michael Page has a vision, and it's in autostereoscopic 3D. Th assistant professor at OCAD University talks about a future where 3D holograms are not only rendered to look real to the eye,

Published on: February 21st, 2011 Brian Jackson