Want to get fit but don’t know where to begin? No problem. Don’t have much time? Don’t sweat it. Don’t have access to equipment? That’s all right. You can still reach your fitness goals with the help of Pump Up.read more
Apple may not have unveiled its own smartwatch during this week’s WWDC event but it gave a massive nod to the wearable tech industry with the inclusion of two Bluetooth features in iOS 7.read more
Visiting the doctor is often a hassle. Since the days of house calls, patients are forced to find time in their busy schedule, travel down to the physician’s office and wait in a crowded waiting room. Vancouver-based company Medeo.ca might just be the cure to that great inconvenience. The new online platform offers patients the ability to consult with their doctors through most computers and mobile devices.read more
The world of photography has changed dramatically. If, before, you were deemed photographer when you spent a better part of your day taking photos for a living (ok, you could be a serious hobbyist, too), today everyone is a “photographer”, as long as they carry a smartphone with a camera.
With latest WWDC announcements and expectations of the next iPhone this fall, my thoughts keep coming back to the heated debate with my friends about the future of photography.read more
Apple announced its new iOS 7 operating system, new MacBooks and a music streaming service today at its Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco, California.
CEO Tim Cook introduced the much-rumoured new iOS 7 system, saying it represented "the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone." iOS 7 features a flatter appearance, better multitasking and background processing, a control centre, a new look and feel for Safari and OS X’s Airdrop peer-to-peer sharing service.read more
Conquer Mobile, a Vancouver-based developer of mobile apps, has announced an innovative mobile health app for GenomeDx Biosciences.read more
Your wallet is thick and fat and ugly and it's not because there are a bunch of hundred-dollar bills folded neatly inside. It's because you have a dozen loyalty cards - half of which you can't ever seem to find when you actually need to use them.read more
Apple first launched the iPhone way back in 2007. And while it's come a long way in that time, the operating system behind the world's most popular smartphone has, cosmetically, changed very little.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
The US Defense Department has approved the BlackBerry 10 smartphones and the PlayBook tablet for use on its networks.read more