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Citrix attempts to unify your mobile experience

Citrix is furthering its mobility strategy for the channel with the released of Citrix XenClient 5, which enables mobile workers to work across laptops, tablets and smartphones...

Mobility malware going up, up, up

Remember those vulnerabilities you patched up last year? You more than likely have forgotten about them since they have been dealt with. But those...

Tablet shipments take a fall; import ban lifted

Worldwide tablet shipment growth has slowed down considerably in the second quarter this year, according to IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker. Worldwide tablet shipments finally...

Ottawa stands firm on wireless as big three continue multi-front fight

It’s shaping up to be a long, hot summer in Canada’s wireless wars. But instead of fighting each other, Bell, Rogers and Telus have...

Qualcomm calls eight-core processors a “dumb” idea

Does more processor cores mean a better user experience? Mobile processor vendor Qualcomm doesn’t think so; in fact, it thinks that’s a pretty dumb...

Eurocom launches high performance ultraportable gaming notebook

Ottawa PC vendor Eurocom is making a play for the high performance ultraportable space with the Eurocom M3. Weighing-in at 4.4 lbs. and measuring 1.2”...

BlackBerry’s Q5 is coming to Canada

If you’re interested in BlackBerry’s new BlackBerry 10 mobile OS but haven’t yet pulled the trigger on the Z10 or the Q10, you’ll soon...

Bell offering iPad and iPad mini at select Bell stores

Bell Mobility is now offering Apple iPads with data plans online and at select Bell stores across Canada. Both the iPad mini and the iPad...

Office 365 comes to Android phones

Microsoft is bringing Office 365 to Android, but certain restrictions apply. To get Office 365 on your Android device you need to be in the...

Privacy and data protection enhanced in McAfee Mobile Security update

Security vendor McAfee has released an updated version of its McAfee Mobile Security offering with new features focused around privacy and the protection of...

Smartphones lead to thumb pain: new study

Approximately two in every five British citizen experience somekind of thumb pain as a result of using a smartphone in the last five years. That's...

Ballmer confirms next-gen Microsoft Surface on the way

Reports are trickling out of Redmond, Was. where CEO Steve Ballmer held a quarterly town hall staff meeting at the Microsoft headquarters last week....

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...

Toshiba tablet more than a me-too product

You can't help but think upon first glance that the Toshiba WT310 tablet is similar to other OEM tablets running Windows 8. But it's not. The...

What does Facebook success mean to social business?

Facebook Inc. had a good week by Wall Street standards with a surge of about 28 per cent. Facebook's stock price is still behind its...

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