A parking ticket can teach a lot about productivity

A parking ticket can teach a lot about productivity

Improved productivity and efficiency are today’s table stakes when it comes to companies placing bets on technology, and the high-rollers...

August 14th, 2005 Dan McLean

IDC: Handheld shipments still falling through Q1

IDC: Handheld shipments still falling through Q1

Handheld shipments continued to decline in the first quarter, as poor consumer confidence and tight IT budgets take their toll...

April 22nd, 2003 Tom Krazit

New Palm handheld targets enterprise

New Palm handheld targets enterprise

Targeting enterprise-class users, Palm Canada unveiled the Tungsten C on Wednesday, a handheld device with built in Wi-Fi high-speed connectivity.While...

April 22nd, 2003 Allison Taylor

Infowave introduces mobile messaging solution

Infowave introduces mobile messaging solution

Vancouver-based Infowave Software Inc. launched Friday Infowave Mobile Messaging, an "operating system and network agnostic" server-based wireless software solution.Available now,...

September 5th, 2002 Ryan B. Patrick

Hong Kong offers Asia’s first BlackBerry services

Hong Kong offers Asia’s first BlackBerry services

Hutchison Telecommunications (Hong Kong) Ltd. has launched Asia's first commercial service using the BlackBerry wireless e-mail terminal after completing a...

May 8th, 2002 David Legard

Officers are OnPatrol with xwave

Officers are OnPatrol with xwave

Halifax-based xwave, an Aliant Inc. company, is currently testing a mobile wireless solution dedicated to giving police officers in the...

September 20th, 2001 Chris Talbot

Palm makes mistake, pulls upcoming device specs

Palm makes mistake, pulls upcoming device specs

Just days after receiving approval from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for an upcoming handheld device, Palm Inc. pulled...

August 31st, 2001 Ashlee Vance

PDA market in state of limbo

PDA market in state of limbo

At Comdex Canada 2001 held in Toronto, Mike Lazaridis, president and CEO of Research in Motion, kicked off the event...

August 23rd, 2001 Albert Leonardo

Sun and HP open code to developers

Sun and HP open code to developers

Sun Microsystems Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Co. are expected to announce separately Monday that they will make projects under development at...

July 23rd, 2001 Matt Berger