The post is sponsored by Samsung Canada. With the new normal of working from home and social distancing, it can be tricky to strike the right balance between work, personal time and entertainment. Whether you’re running your own independent business,...
You can Google pretty much everything in existence, so it only makes sense that you can now Google your lost phone as well. Unlike almost everything, however, this handy little feature is only available for Android users
The smartphone industry has seen lots of change in the last seven years. And now, in the latest shift, it would appear Apple has lost its advantage over Android devices – especially Samsung. We know what it cost to launch and market The Bold. What follows is a breakdown of what Apple, Samsung, and Sony pay for their devices
Some of us (OK, maybe one or two) on the Notable.ca team remain loyal BlackBerry users. The iPhone, while shiny, new, app-friendly and cool, didn’t allow us the freedom to type emails and articles so readily on the go like we used to/need to as writers. We needed the keyboard. So we switched back. Here’s why we didn’t switch back to BBM, though, and why we will resist the jumping back on the bandwagon
In the age of LinkedIn, Facebook and even Twitter, many of us are opting for increasingly effective electronic means of contact. Card2Contact is an Android application that’s designed to cleverly bridge both physical and digital worlds by seamlessly integrating physical business cards into an eminently more useful digital scenario
The app market for iPhone and other smartphones seems to be overflowing with new products almost daily. Itâ€™s hard to know just which apps we shouldnâ€™t be living without, and which arenâ€™t even worth the free download. So weâ€™ve made up a list of some of the most practical apps, especially for young professionals, that we use and love on a regular basis
There has always been the lingering question if the famed proprietary, secure, and most of all fast, BlackBerry messaging system would ever see the UI of a different OS eco-system. A recent source has recently confirmed that it will not happen, prompting questions over BBM's general relevance with a plethora of free messaging apps currently available on other platforms