Vol 2, #49, December 7, 2010
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Will tablets transform way we do business?

42 percent intend to purchase a tablet within the next year

Anchored by growing customer demand to be connected on multiple devices any time, any place, Rogers Communications Inc. has announced three new initiatives for tablet and mini tablet devices...bulletRead More

69 percent of tablet owners say they take their device with them everywhere.
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Canadian holiday shoppers hungry for rewards
Far more rewards-savvy than Americans

Jolly or not, Canadian holiday shoppers are serious rewards program users, out-collecting and redeeming their American... bulletRead More

New accessiblity software live on lt.gov.on.ca
eSSENTIAL Accessiblity available at no charge
As part of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Honourable David C. Onley,   Lieutenant Governor...bulletRead More

Alon Marcovici named Executive of the Year
CTV exec honoured at New Media Awards
CTV and Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium received two 2010 Canadian New Media Awards for its outstanding contribution to digital media and revolutionary cross-platform coverage of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. The awards were presented last night in Toronto at the 10 th annual event celebrating Canada’s interactive media spec...bulletRead More

Mobile barcode trend report first of its kind
Reflects accelerated adoption of technology
Scanbuy, Inc. (www.scanbuy.com), the global leader in mobile barcode solutions, has released the inaugural ScanLife Mobile Barcode Trend Report. The report is the first in a series from Scanbuy that will provide a comprehensive look at how actual users are engaged in mobile barcode scanning today, with data collected globally from June 1st, 2010 to September 15th, 2010...bulletRead More

Shoppers turn to technology to help stay on budget
Smartphones used to check balances, search
Over 40% of  Canadians are paying more attention to their holiday budget in 2010 when compared to last year, according to a recent CIBC Poll. Canadians who use smartphones are using tools such as mobile banking that let them check in on their accounts while they're out shopping to help them stay on budget during the busy holiday season. Some of the highlights of the poll include: Four-in-ten (42%)...bulletRead More

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