Mobile Technology

WATCH: Businesses Must Get Their Mobile Strategy Right

Posted 04.11.2014 | Canada Business

As founder of Untether.tv, Rob Woodbridge is dedicated to helping businesses get their mobile strategy working for them. Speaking at the AOL Conversat...

WATCH: Mobile Connectivity Charts New Course For Business

Posted 04.10.2014 | Canada Business

Dave Wilkin is the founder of Ten Thousand Coffees, a networking site that brings recent grads together with business leaders. He notes in the video a...

WATCH: 10 Ways Your Phone is Smarter Than Your Brain

Posted 03.07.2014 | Canada Living

Admit it. Your smart phone is slowly taking over the role previously played by your brain. If used correctly, your smart phone will actually do mos...

Want Your Kids to Get Great Jobs? Point Them Towards This

Paul Barter | Posted 11.30.2013 | Canada Living
Paul Barter

Ten years ago did you think a car could park itself, or a dentist could 3-D print a ceramic crown while you're in the chair, or that you could see and talk to the person on the other end of the call? We also didn't think that the hottest jobs advertised today would include big data analyst, online community manager and SEO specialist.

Should You Work in a Coffice?

Sam Title | Posted 10.13.2013 | Canada Business
Sam Title

While every Coffice differs depending on many factors -- location, ownership/management, size, menu, etc., -- you'll want to first make sure the Coffice fits with your own values and work style, as you might do with any career choice.

'Coffice' Etiquette: How to Politely Work From a Coffee Shop

Sam Title | Posted 09.16.2013 | Canada Living
Sam Title

They are a rapidly growing segment of professionals who prefer to work from locations other than an office cubicle. They are called teleworkers, telecommuters, mobile workers, "cofficers." And the number of people choosing to get their work done in nearby coffee shops is only going to rise.

Could Mobile Technology Combat Sexual Harassment?

Hina P. Ansari | Posted 04.13.2013 | Canada
Hina P. Ansari

It's almost impossible to not have a day go by without hearing about an incident of sexual harassment, assault or rape occurring somewhere in the world. Then come the proactive hash tags, fan pages of support, and a myriad of online petitions. Armchair activism in full effect. And this is precisely what Cairo-based NGO worker Rebecca Chiao did NOT want to happen when she initiated a team of volunteers to fight the problem of sexual harassment on the streets of their city. When she was introduced to social mapping and heard that half of the many cellphone users in Egypt were women, she knew exactly what to do.

Calgary-Built Phone App, Remixes, Will Enhance Your Digital Music Experience

Victoria MacLean | Posted 02.04.2013 | Canada Alberta
Victoria MacLean

Calgary technology trailblazers Decoder has introduced Remixes, a free iOS app that makes it easy for music lovers to find and listen to remixes and covers of the songs in their music libraries. Users select a song and the app searches SoundCloud for available remixes and covers.

Rescuing the Reality From Virtual Reality

James Riley | Posted 10.20.2012 | Canada Business
James Riley

When the iPad came along, instead of the stylus, the new modality is touch, whether to pinch, scroll or "click." So how should a brand think about this whole "touch" revolution? Touch is a powerful and special thing. There are five easy steps to consider for both tablet and smartphone development.