Say it ain’t so; is Apple losing some of its overwhelming tablet dominance this side of the pond? According to Solutions Research Group (SRG), they are indeed. Word has it the 9.7-inch tablet is losing market share to smaller tablets...
With the BB10 release date seemingly set around January 2013, this raises a major question: can the once loyal BlackBerry customers be brought back after such a lengthy downtime? Considering the average lifespan of a mobile device is around 1.5 years, most will have probably moved on to Android or iOS
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?
HD display technology, two keyboard covers (Touch Cover and Type Cover), a kickstand, magnesium casing and a new operating system all sound very promising for Windows' first tablet venture, the Surface. We'll definitely be keeping our eye on it once the release date nears
Microsoft is following in the footsteps of both Apple and Samsung by opening their first retail store in Canada. Building permits have popped up online confirming Yorkdale Shopping center as the home for the store, with a possible Q4 opening
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?
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
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins and his team took advantage of a keynote speech this morning to present a few key features of the make or break BB10 operating system slated for release this fall. Here's what mobile customers can expect
Wouldn't it be great if you knew the best time of day to send an email if you're looking for a quick reply? Or if you knew which clients you could expect a quick response from vesus waiting half a day? Maybe you want to learn a bit about your own email habits. You know where this is going