Coronavirus ‘decimated’ device manufacturing in February, says IDC

With files from Alex Coop   The spreading of Coronavirus has curtailed production in the tech industry, a new IDC study finds. Most affected sectors include factory, logistics, and transportation, many of them

Published on: February 28th, 2020 Tom Li

TCL Communication to discontinue sales of BlackBerry devices

TCL Communication would no longer be selling BlackBerry-branded mobile devices. BlackBerry’s brand licensing agreement with TCL Communication is due to end on Aug. 31, 2020, and the TCL has no further rights to

Published on: February 3rd, 2020 Pragya Sehgal

LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen experience review: just try it

Contrary to smartphone's plateauing development, its market competition is fiercer than ever. In the quest to cram more screen into an increasingly constrained space, most manufacturers agreed that folding display is the next

Published on: December 12th, 2019 Tom Li

Microsoft granted license to sell to Huawei by U.S. government

Microsoft has been granted a license from the U.S. government to once again sell to Huawei, enabling the Chinese telecommunication giant to continue to install the Windows operating system and other Microsoft products

Published on: November 25th, 2019 Tom Li

Top 6 Android 10 features you must know about

   

Published on: September 11th, 2019 Tom Li

Nokia brand returns to Canadian carrier market under HMD Global

HMD Global announced today that they will be expanding further into the Canadian market by venturing into the carrier market with the launch of the Nokia 2.1 smartphone. HMD is releasing the device

Published on: March 7th, 2019 Buckley Smith

Use your phone as a key with the 2019 Lincoln Aviator – All hands on Tech

Walking to your car only to realize you’ve left your keys behind produces unneeded frustrations on a busy workday. To solve that problem, Lincoln is looking to tack your car keys into smartphones.

Published on: March 6th, 2019 Tom Li

Top 5 business smartphones of 2018 – All Hands on Tech

After reviewing the new smartphone releases all year long, IT World Canada journalists Tom Li and Brian Jackson discuss where they rank the smartphones that provide the best business user experience. Included on

Published on: December 24th, 2018 Brian Jackson

Clutch survey reveals insight on IoT usage and attitude

In a technological utopia, all your devices and appliances would be linked together over the Internet,  seamlessly communicating with one another and exchanging information. This is the Internet of Things(IoT), a concept that's

Published on: November 7th, 2018 Tom Li

Hashtag Trending – Google Home Hub reviews, smarter traffic lights, smartphones owned for longer

The first Google Home Hub reviews are out, how auto makers are working to reduce the time you wait at red lights, and why people are keeping their smartphones for longer. Trending on

Published on: October 30th, 2018 Brian Jackson

Hashtag Trending: China suggests Trump use Huawei for better security; Apple, Samsung fined for slow devices; Millions hit with worst ever data hack

Up first on Reddit, After The New York Times published a report claiming Chinese spies have been eavesdropping on calls made on U.S. President Donald Trump’s unsecured iPhone, China has responded by suggesting

Published on: October 26th, 2018 Shruti Shekar

Huawei launches new Mate phones, brings glossy Mate 20 Pro to Canada

London, U.K. - Huawei launched two new phones on Oct. 16 to its flagship Mate series, and has decided it’s time to bring one of them to Canada. During its global conference in

Published on: October 16th, 2018 Shruti Shekar

BlackBerry Key 2 LE now available in Canada

TCL Communications announced today that the BlackBerry Key 2 LE is now available to Canadians through select retailers and carriers. The dual-SIM 64GB model is purchasable immediately from Amazon, Wal-Mart, and Blue Shop

Published on: October 5th, 2018 Tom Li

What you need to know about Apple iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, and Apple Watch Series 4

Apple's September hardware event was heavy on iPhones and watches, and light on everything else. There were no Macs to be seen, and only passing references to other hardware. But CEO Tim Cook

Published on: September 13th, 2018 Lynn Greiner