By Emilie Elliot, Fueled Modern technology is always improving and complicating our lives in so many ways at the same time. Sometimes the negatives outweigh the positives, or at least, makes technological progress
We recently caught up with the founder of UnMarketing and author of QR Codes Kill Kittens Scott Stratten at The Art of Marketing conference in Toronto. Hailing from Oakville, Ont. Stratten is now recognized as
Samsung’s next flagship smartphone will include Visa’s tap-to-pay technology widely used at grocery store check-out lines and gas pumps, the companies announced on Monday. After already announcing iPad mini competitor Galaxy Note 8.0 at Mobile
Canadian grade school students may be in the forefront of using a technology that couldreplace QR codes. The children are using Aurasma, a platform that uses image recognition technology and can deliver content
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For gardeners with a wandering eye, the grass will always be greener on the other side of the fence. For Ted Dzialowski, executive chairman of Nutri-Lawn Inc., makers of eco-friendly lawn care products,