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Itronix wants partners

The rugged mobile computer manufacturer is looking to build its presence in Canada through channel partners that have a niche play in vertical markets and geographies

TLS keeps on trucking

An ISV is taking advantage of the growing mobile computing market to extend its back end suite for the transportation industry to wireless devices

Fueling the need for RFID technology

Years of industry experience paid off for three partners who were able to avoid the pitfalls hit by many upstarts and build a successful business around radio frequency identification

Channel defender

Partners have an ally in Toshiba Canada’s Ralph Hyattt, who goes to the mat for them

Fujitsu shocks light market

Fujitsu has introduced the fifth generation of its convertible Tablet PC a well as a 12.1-inch LifeBook the company says is the slimmest and lightest on the market.

HP extends mobile offerings

SAN FRANCISCO – At its annual mobility summit, Hewlett Packard introduced more than a dozen products and services the company says make it easy for businesses and consumers to have always-ready mobile computing.

Tapping into the wireless zone

A good keyboard can make a big difference in preventing aching wrists. We test drive seven of the latest wireless models and find two winners

Wi-Fi poses battery and price issues

TORONTO – Employees often use their cellular phones on the job – racking up large bills for air time – but many are reluctant to use Wi-Fi phones because of their short battery life and higher cost, according to speakers at Voice on the Net Canada, an industry conference recently held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

White books: proceed with caution

It seemed like a good idea: Build laptops from components the way you build white boxes. However, despite soaring demand for notebooks, price-cutting by OEMs has put the brakes on the white books’ potential


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