The incredible, indestructible Nokia 3310 that we all owned in the early Oughts was confirmed to be making its return at The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on Sunday. The iconic Nokia 3310 is set to be launched this summer...
It's no longer accurate to compare a human being's short attention span to that of a goldfish. According to scientists who researched the brain activity of 2000 Canadian smartphone users, human beings now have an attention span of just eight seconds – goldfish, meanwhile, can maintain concentration for nine
Thorsten Heins admits what weâ€™ve all thought: RIM may be forced to license out BlackBerry 10. Not long ago I started a similar RIM-focused article saying simply: â€œOh, RIMâ€. This time around, I am going to take a similar approach and say very sarcastically, â€œOh, Thorstenâ€
Recent photo leaks show off RIM's new BlackBerry 10 Messenger, widely seen as the struggling mobile company's last great selling feature. Essentially RIMâ€™s primary focus with BBM10 is improving battery life, with up to 75% reduced consumption, but will it be enough to restore consumer confidence?
With the potential to become the TEDx for Mobile in Toronto, UNTETHER.talks brings together some of the brightest industry minds to discuss the future of mobile and how we, as a connected society, will get there. Here's why you should attend
WIND CEO Anthony (Tony) Lacavera recently said "the prepaid market in Canada is doomed" at the annual Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto. It was a bold but fair statement, one that's justified for a number of reasons
News this week came from TELUSâ€™ iDEN partner in the United States Sprint â€“ whom they have a roaming agreement with â€“ that they (Sprint) would be shutting down their 2G iDEN network on or around June 30, 2013, thus discontinuing their push-to-talk network. So what does this mean for existing TELUS users rocking the old push-to-talk bad boys?
CIBC has partnered with Rogers to produce a special app on users' NFC-capable BlackBerry smartphones enabling their device to make low-cost payments with connected MasterCard or Visa cards. Our mobile expert Corey Herscu talks about the decision and whether or not he thinks it will fly in the Canadian marketplace