Eric Emin Wood is an Associate Editor for IT World Canada. When not writing about the tech industry he enjoys photography, movies, travelling, and the Oxford comma, and will talk your ear off about animation if you give him an opening.
Brea, Calif.-based display manufacturer ViewSonic Corp. is on a mission to revolutionize board meetings, and its latest product represents a powerful salvo. Last week the company announced the global release of the IFP50
The thousands of Canadian Android faithful who have no doubt gazed in envy at their iPhone-wielding rivals using Apple Pay at their favourite retailers had their prayers answered today, as Google Inc. officially
Windows 10 users will be able to save, open, and edit projects across Windows, iOS, and Android devices after Microsoft Corp. implements the upcoming Fall Creators Update in September, the company announced Thursday.
It may have technically exited the mobile hardware market, but BlackBerry Ltd. appears to have high hopes for its first externally-developed mobile device. The Waterloo, Ont.-based automotive and security software developer - and
Cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions provider Syntax Systems has acquired Somerset, New Jersey-based Oracle partner Core Services Corp., the companies announced recently. The acquisition will expand Syntax's global reach by augmenting its
Tony Lacavera is putting his money where his mouth is. The former Wind Mobile CEO sits on the board of startup-funding charity Next Canada, whose venture capital firm Globalive Communications Corp. is one
A recent study by Ottawa-based enterprise communications firm Mitel Networks has concluded that inefficient methods of communication are costing businesses more than $15,000 USD per employee, per year. To reach this number, researchers
After back-to-back quarters defined by exploding phones, the launch of a shiny new rival, and a high-profile investigation that resulted in the arrest of its de facto CEO, Samsung Electronics Ltd. took a
LAS VEGAS - Much of this year's Adobe Summit has been dedicated to showing marketers how they can use the vast repository of consumer information at Adobe Systems Inc.'s disposal to create "hyperpersonalized"
LAS VEGAS - Sensei, Adobe Systems Inc.'s machine learning and artificial intelligence platform, is already approaching its six-month anniversary, but if you can't identify what, exactly, it adds to the company's recently-released Experience