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First IoT breach, Angry Birds of enterprise apps and more 2015 tech predictions

Next up in our series on 2015 tech predictions is Shane Schick, Editor of Canadian CIO.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_c1y_hQve8 Apple Watch and Google Glass may be 2015’s biggest...

The Source brings vending machines to Toronto Pearson

The Source this week announced it has partnered with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) to install a total of seven electronics vending machines...

Is 2015 the year of high-end PC and cloud gaming?

CDN's own next set of 2015 tech predictions come from Dave Yin, Digital Staff Writer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hE5tGdg-eU4 HP's move in November to enter the high-end gaming PC...

Why CIOs should adopt the ‘BlackBerry Classic’ strategy

John Chen is not a CIO, but when he took over BlackBerry he faced a situation that many of his customers find themselves in...

Mobile carriers have ‘missed the boat’ on mobile payments: Juniper

Mobile carriers should stay away from interfering with mobile payments, with 2015 being "The Year of NFC", according to Juniper Research, a UK-based market...

Four major takeaways from the BlackBerry Classic Launch event

Preorders have started to ship for the highly anticipated BlackBerry Classic - a device that the Waterloo, Ont.-based company hopes will help it break...

More splits, the end of a tech staple and other CDN predictions for 2015

Here's CDN's first set of technology predictions from our own editor, Paolo Del Nibletto. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiBBa8lKvVE First up, channel guru Bruce Stuart says that more vendors will be...

Samsung Q3 market shares slipping to Chinese smartphone makers: Gartner

Even as the number of Android users seem to be surging ahead of those using Apple iOS, Samsung may be losing some of its...

BlackBerry Classic pre-orders sells out in Canada

It was a sad message on the Shop BlackBerry site this weekend that greeted Canadian and American shoppers who wanted pre-order their BlackBerry Classic...

HP calls new business notebooks its thinnest, lightest yet

Hewlett-Packard Co. is calling its new HP EliteBook Folio 1020 and EliteBook 1020 SE the industry’s thinnest and lightest line of business-class notebooks, measuring...

Chinese vendor designs its new smartphone in Canada

ZTE Corp., a multi-national organization based in China, has announced a new smartphone called Grand X Plus. What makes this new smartphone special is that...

Acer’s new 32” 4K display offers plenty of space

Users won’t be left wanting for screen real estate with Acer’s new B326HK display, a 32” display designed for both consumers and commercial users...

Vysk smartphone case secures your device, at a cost

Smartphone case maker Vysk says that handset manufacturers may be hesitant to step up security as it would limit the functionality of their devices,...

BlackBerry CEO blogs on securing the enterprise

To my surprise this morning I got a LinkedIn message from BlackBerry CEO John Chen. Now I’ve interviewed many high profile CEOs in the tech...

Worldwide PC market may not have recovered yet: IDC

Worldwide PC shipments fell by less than expected in 2014, but research firm IDC Corp. cautions this could just be a short-term blip rather...

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