Earlier today Feedly was reintroduced to the iPad iOS world with significant buzz — Robert Scoble profiled the reader (check the video below). One of the notable things about Feedly is its HTML 5 base — which allows the majority of functions to be device agnostic (Android, Windows Phone, etc). But on iOS devices, there […]
Believe it or not, there are many ways your mobile smart phone could be used when you find yourself in the middle of an emergency situation, aside from the obvious — making a phone call for emergency assistance, I mean. The recent events in Japan and New Zealand have shown that when disaster strikes, getting […]
If you’re going to South by South West (SXSW) in March, then consider checking in to the Maple Leaf Digital Lounge — a new concept that helps promote and highlight Canadian technology to SXSW attendees. We are creating a cluster of Canadian technology that will be promoted at this event. This is a unique concept […]
Last year around this time, Canon introduced the Rebel T2i (also known as the EOS 550D). An awesomely speced-out camera, as all the Rebel’s are, aimed squarely at the consumer Digital SLR and home video market — yes, the Rebel T2i was a true hybrid. Well, today Canon reprised that tune with the announcement of […]
this week several Canadian newspapers simultaneously launched a free
iPad application focused on providing selected daily content from the
print edition of the newspaper.
Earlier today Google decided to see how much it could influence the economy and productivity of first and second world nations by unleashing a viral online attack against Internet-connected office workers world wide. Ostensibly promoted as a 30 year anniversary of a classic video game, Google is, in reality, bringing workplace activity to a crawl. In […]
A somewhat quiet week, unless you consider the kerfuffle between Apple and Adobe… …more This post is an excerpt from one of my weekly posts on the Future Shop Techblog. Check out the full post here.