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Parrot presented its latest Asteroid in-car products at a press event in Toronto, ON on Thursday, May 2, the eve of the release to retail across Canada. The Asteroid Smart, Tablet and Mini have been designed to appeal to a broader base of drivers, with a particular focus on Android and apps.
TomTom unveiled a new line of Smartwatches and a new set of "smarter" in-car portable navigation units at an event in Amsterdam today as part of an effort "to reposition the TomTom brand for the future."
April 30 is a day many Canadian taxpayers dread, regardless of how they file their taxes. Over the years, more and more Canadians have been filing online using tax software, setting an irreversible trend that has changed the process, but perhaps opened up vulnerabilities to cyber fraud, too.
When news broke last week that Wind Mobile was reportedly for sale, it seemed to lend credence to the notion that the company failed in its objective to shake up Canada's wireless industry. But the reality might have more to do with the technology challenges the company faces.
When news broke last month that Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer was banning employees from working from home, it suddenly cast a spotlight on the merits of allowing it, which is a conversation many businesses should be having anyway.
After some poor execution in its mobile strategy, Sony appears to be changing course, and seemingly creating products that are worthy of the brand and good enough to compete against the best. The Xperia Tablet Z is one of the most compelling tablets introduced to market, but if it's not priced right, few will likely notice.
Mobile device manufacturer HTC unveiled its newest flagship Android smartphone today, the HTC One, at a press event in New York, with a new take on on-demand information pushed to the home screen.
On February 20, Sony is expected to make a big announcement in New York that would finally shed light on the much-rumoured next PlayStation game console. Some of the speculation of what the console will offer has less to do with the actual hardware and more to do with how the software could aim to cripple the used games market that many retailers rely on.
The upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January will inevitably cast a spotlight on the latest and greatest in TVs, which will probably be 4K and Ultra HD. And yet, it wasn't that long ago that 3D was supposed to be the next best thing, only to become nothing more than a footnote add-on. Why did it come to this?
Though it's been a part of Android since Google rolled out 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the Wi-Fi Direct standard remains a largely undiscovered feature. This is a little surprising, given how much of a difference it makes in file transfers between devices. Will 2013 mark its breakthrough into the mainstream?