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Big three telcos launching full court press against Verizon, Ottawa

Almost a month after news broke of U.S. wireless giant Verizon’s $700 million offer for Canadian wireless startup Wind Mobile, and word of discussions...

Big demand for “washable” RFID tags

Radio-frequency identification or RFID tags have now be a staple of the high tech market. We have seen RFID used many ways such as...

All Hands on Tech: Telus SmartHub LTE

The new SmartHub from Telus is faster than ever with a connection to the new LTE network. It can also support up to 32...

Apple unveils a new iPhone lacking in imagination

The new iPhone from Apple will be called iPhone 5. I wonder how much thought was put into that branding decision. Apple unveiled its latest smartphone in...

10 cool new offerings from CES 2011

The year of the tablet Every January the tech community gathers in Las Vegas to show off its latest offerings and try to convince the...

RIM’s 2011 so far: 10 months of BlackBerry ups and (mostly) downs

A challenging year for RIM There's still two months left in 2011, but if the book were closed on the year today it wouldn't go...

Cisco’s Partner Summit 2010

Write the rules. Own the game. Cisco held its annual Partner Summit in San Francisco last month, where the vendor introduced several new...

Cisco Partner Summit 2009 Boston

Cisco is coming, Cisco is coming Cisco's worldwide channel team along with thousands of solution providers came to the historic city of Boston for the...

Poor results push Lexmark’s wireless plans

Disappointing second-quarter earnings has forced Lexmark to ratchet up its focus on new wireless inkjets and the company will also look to improve product costs along with the overall affordability of its printing solutions, to help drive sales.

A better way to communicate

With big colour screens, keyboards and Bluetooth, smartphones have become essential tools for people on the go. Of the six we tested, one edged out ahead.

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

Laptop design goes funky

Lenovo wants to be deliberately different when it comes to its notebooks in the market

MSI brings notebooks to Canada

Company will offer concept notebooks, such as one powered by the sun and another designed by Swarovski

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

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