If BlackBerry can bring back the keyboard smartphone, then why can't LG bring back the stylus? The South Korean company announced today the Canadian availability of its latest stylus equipped smartphone, the LG
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
BlackBerry Ltd. has been building its brand around securing the "enterprise of things" since exiting smartphone design and manufacturing, but its new product in the AtHoc line is all about communications with people
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.
BlackBerry Ltd. has shifted its focus from hardware to software in recent years, wanting to be known for its security and “enterprise of things” technology instead of its flagship mobile phones and keyboards.
Last month it became clear that Google is doubling down on Hangouts as its enterprise conferencing product, splitting it in two: Hangouts Chat, which is basically just team messaging similar to Slack and
In 2016 we said good bye to the BlackBerry smartphone. Waterloo, Ont.-based BlackBerry CEO John Chen made the historic decision to exit the hardware business and leave development of future smartphones to its
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
MIAMI – Small and medium-sized businesses have often gotten the short straw in regard to enterprise wireless and mobility offerings, but no longer. To better prepare its customers for a future with 26.3
Samsung's first tablet to feature HDR video capability is now available in Canada. With Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, the company has gone all in on the 'video experience'. This includes the aforementioned HDR
After teasing that it will be making an 'unexpected surprise' announcement yesterday, HTC has announced that its HTC U Ultra smartphone will be coming to Canada, and it's available immediately. The phone, which