The all-touch BlackBerry Leap is now available in Canada. The interesting aspect of the Leap smartphone is that the Waterloo, Ont.-based company designed for consumers and enterprise users who value their privacy and
Any reports of a slowing smartphone market appear to be premature. Technology research firm IDC Corp. is reporting 25.2 per cent growth in global smartphone shipments in the third quarter of 2014, with competition
Worldwide tablet sales may be slowing but Apple appears to be doing just fine – on eBay. In its June quarter tablet shipments estimates, analyst firm International Data Corp. (IDC) reported that rising
The line between desktop and mobile platforms was blurred further when Yosemite, the latest version of Apple’s OS X operating system, made its debut today at the company’s WWDC 2014 conference for developers.
Dick Tracy, watch out. Samsung is about to make your watch phone a reality. According to a report from Bloomberg citing unnamed sources, on Sept. 4 Samsung will unveil a wristwatch-like smartphone called
Apple Computer Inc. doesn’t usually make acquisitions. So anytime they purchase a company its big news. Today, the Mac maker focused on the Canadian market with the acquisition of Toronto-based data management vendor
A survey conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by data protection and availability vendor Acronis from Woburn, Mass., found that the majority of companies are putting critical data at risk by not having
The mobile device industry has been around since 1973 when Motorola’s Dr Martin Cooper unveiled the first brick mobile phone; and it muddled along for years, focusing on selling connectivity units for really