The Sony Xperia Z2 tablet. (Image: Sony Mobile).

Published: April 25th, 2014


Five coming wireless technologies business should watch

It's hard to say what's the most ubiquitous wireless technology we use every day: Almost everyone carries a cell phone;...

April 22nd, 2014 Howard Solomon

Post-CES 2014 Android review

Another Consumer Electronics Show is in the can, and there are tons of new product announcements to sift through –...

January 13th, 2014 Sean Carruthers

Will proximity tech rule holiday shopping next year?

Imagine walking pass your favourite department store and immediately receiving a message on your smart phone about a special discounted...

December 10th, 2013 Nestor E. Arellano

Taking a trip with your Android devices

One of the upsides of business travel is getting the chance to visit a lot of different places and see...

October 7th, 2013 Sean Carruthers

IMS

IMS

Intelligent Mechatronic Systems Inc. has modified its flagship iLane platform — an in-car device which gives users the ability to operate...

April 28th, 2010 Rafael Ruffolo

Broadcom adds Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi Direct to Android

Broadcom adds Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi Direct to Android

Broadcom Corp. increased its bet on the Android mobile operating system on Tuesday, announcing additional capabilities for its software stack and...

February 10th, 2010 Stephen Lawson

Bluetooth chipsets to reach 2 billion by 2014

Bluetooth chipsets to reach 2 billion by 2014

Two billion Bluetooth chipsets are forecast to ship in 2014 alone, according to new market data released by ABI Research Inc.....

December 9th, 2009 Lexton Snol

11n Wi-Fi chip discovered in new iPod Touch

11n Wi-Fi chip discovered in new iPod Touch

The new Apple iPod Touch uses a Wi-Fi chip that can support the just-approved high-throughput 802.11n standard, though Apple apparently...

September 16th, 2009 John Cox

Rash decision over cell phone rash

Rash decision over cell phone rash

I get e-mail pitches from PR people all the time, but Monday I got one that I'll put in my...

October 21st, 2008 Mark Sullivan