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Gartner Says Home Networks Will Drive Success of the Connected Home
Increase in Connected Devices Will Require a Robust and Reliable Broadband Connectivity That Is Networked Throughout the Home
What would Canadians give up for an extra $250 a month in savings? Cell phone, personal grooming, social media - Sex, not so much
ING DIRECT survey finds Canadians open to sacrificing some indulgences in return for a healthier savings account
My Yoga Online unites body, mind and web this May by unlocking 1,000 free online classes to the global yoga community
TV watchers multitasking, viewing more online - global poll
Consumers are multitasking and using other electronic devices such as phones and tablets while they watch television, according to a survey
Canadian Tire Opens New Digital Development Lab in Canada's Silicon Valley North
Breaks new ground in retail and joins technology start-ups in Kitchener-Waterloo to invent new technology and develop new applications for 'retail of the future'
Software Piracy Costs Billions in Time, Money for Consumers and Businesses
New Microsoft-commissioned study also highlights dangers for those that use counterfeit software.
Don’t Get Scroogled by Gmail
Outlook.com launches campaign to educate consumers that Google goes through their personal emails to sell ads.
Leadership skills may be genetic, study suggests
Saving Memories Forever Launches Free Genealogy App for Android Devices
Now iPhones and Android Devices Can Be Used To Easily Record and Share Family History Through Audio Recordings
Pull-Ups Brand Kicks-off the New Year with a New High-Tech Tool to Help Parents Get Started Potty Training
Pull-Ups Brand is Motivating Moms with a New 3D Interactive App and a Chance to Share a Celebratory "First Flush" Photo of Their Tot on Times Square Billboard
2013 International CES In One Word: Innovation
Largest Show in History with 37 Football Fields of Exhibit Space
2013 International CES Opens with Record Breaking Show
CRTC will look at future of 911 services with use of new technologies in mind
Text messages, videos and even tweets are some of the new technologies that could be used to contact 911 that the federal broadcast regulator may have to consider as it looks at ways to improve the emergency service.
Tech Data Canada Rallies to Support Peel Children’s Aid Foundation’s “Holiday Wishes” Program
Heavy snow warning on iPad: CREO Launches "Snow: SciMag 2"
Top 5 Tech Gifts Under $30
Staples Canada helps keep the holidays affordable
FCC tells FAA it should let airline passengers to use their electronics on flights during takeoff and landing
Canadians eager to click on Cyber Monday deals
As hype surrounding Cyber Monday and Black Friday spreads north of the border, experts say the burgeoning weekend-long holiday sales event could soon surpass Boxing Day as the busiest shopping period of the year.
Early Promotions Drive Record Online Sales for Thanksgiving, Fuels Black Friday Retail Surge, Reports IBM
According to IBM, US shoppers once again took advantage of early promotions this holiday season, driving a 17.4 percent increase in online sales Thanksgiving Day.