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Citrix, Google bring Windows apps to Chromebooks

It’s still early days for business adoption of Chromebooks. However, Citrix Systems believes that Google’s low-cost laptop running the company’s Chrome operating system will...

Heartbleed fix for Android phones

I had planned to take a closer look at Google Chromecast (and some of the alternatives), but something happened on the way to the...

Windows XP migration helps slow global PC shipment decline

New research from IDC Corp. shows the decline in worldwide PC shipments continued in the first quarter of 2014, although last-minute Windows XP migrations...

We’re not exiting the handset business, BlackBerry’s CEO insists

A report from Reuters quoting BlackBerry CEO John Chen as saying the vendor could exit the handset business if it can’t be made profitable...

Asus ships new zero client monitors

Computer hardware vendor Asus rolled out two new zero client monitors and a zero client box that are designed to help enterprise organizations make...

Ingram Micro unveils new cloud offerings

Channel partners of distributor Ingram Micro will soon get their hands on a new line of services and solutions from the company which are...

BlackBerry scores patent win in Florida court

Canadian smartphone manufacturer BlackBerry, which has found itself on the wrong end of a number of patent cases, scored a win in a Florida...

It’s D-Day: Are you still on Windows XP?

It’s probably the most ignored deadline in the world. Microsoft Corp. officially stops issuing updates to its 13-year-old Windows XP operating system today, April 8....

IT retailer expands beyond high tech

TigerDirect.com is literally going in another direction. The high tech retailer with six locations in Canada, all in the province of Ontario, will be...

Mobility tops enterprise spend in Canada

In the last few years it appears that mobile devices have solidified their hold on Canadian enterprises as a recent survey indicates that no...

T-Mobile tries for the last word with BlackBerry

U.S. wireless carrier T-Mobile seems determined to get the last word in its breakup with Canadian smartphone manufacturer BlackBerry. The latest salvo came Thursday in...

Canadian PC vendor poised to launch Core i7 ultraportable

Ottawa PC vendor Eurocom’s latest release is an ultraportable notebook with up to 16GB of memory and 3.5TB of storage packed into a shell...

BenQ unveils three new RevolutionEyes monitors

Electronics product maker BenQ America Corp. is releasing three new computer monitors that feature its RevolutionEyes monitor technology that filters out some of the...

Meet Microsoft’s answer to Siri: Cortana

SAN FRANCISCO – We got a first look at Microsoft Corp.’s mobile digital assistant Cortana at its Build conference on Wednesday. Cortana, the name plucked...

Smartphone camera comparison: Samsung Galaxy S5 vs BlackBerry Q10

Samsung Canada is launching its new Galaxy S5 smartphone on April 11, and one of the features it's touting is the camera. The camera is...

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