There is both good news and bad news for BlackBerry.read more
22% of Canadians are making sure they can name that tune, according to the number of people using music discovery app Shazam. With over 120 million users in over six major countries, 7.5 million of which are from Canada, Shazam has become the go-to application to identify songs playing on the radio, the TV or the one that is stuck in your head that you just can’t put your finger on.read more
Assuming Apple and Google approve the app submissions, BlackBerry Messenger will be coming to iOS and Android this summer, the smartphone pioneer announced at BlackBerry Live today.read more
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Techvibes is giving away a shiny new Google Nexus 4 smartphone courtesy of Telus!
With your favourite Google apps, an amazing Photo Sphere camera, cutting edge hardware, and access to your favorite entertainment on Google Play, the Nexus 4 puts the best of Google in the palm of your hand.read more
The US Defense Department has approved the BlackBerry 10 smartphones and the PlayBook tablet for use on its networks.read more
In October last year, we wrote about how The Pentagon planned to open its network to Apple's iPhone and Google's Android platforms for the first time ever, posing a major threat to BlackBerry. That time has nearly come.read more
The scene is a wedding. And just as the young couple are about to seal the deal—with all attendees raising their smartphones to capture the moment—an iPhone 5 user says to a man yielding an unwiedly Samsung Galaxy Note II: "Excuse me, would you mind moving your enormous phone?"read more
Waterloo's BlackBerry believes that it is innovating at a faster rate than its smartphone competitors, tech titans Google and Apple. The Canadian company is also confident that it can convince consumers skeptical of the brand to purchase BlackBerry 10 devices.read more
Crush the Crave, a mobile app designed to help users quit smoking, has been improved.read more
Google Play now has almost as many apps as Apple's App Store. But the App Store still generates significantly more revenue.read more
Toronto-based photo storage app MyShoebox turned heads last November when they reached 13.4 million photo uploads just 29 days after launch. The company’s founder, Steve Cosman, took the stage last week at Project: RHINO’s monthly #DrinksDemos event to share his thoughts on go-to-market strategy and user growth.read more