Sony’s mobile strategy is expected to be more focused and specific in 2015, and though the SmartWatch 3 is a product from last year, it is meant to right some past wrongs and be part of the company’s plans for mobile relevance in a crowded field.
by Yasmin Ranade
Nominations opened last week (January 21, 2015) for Canada’s first annual Social Influencer Nation Awards. These nationwide awards will celebrate the best of CanadianSocial Media Influencers, the Best Social Media Campaigns and voter’s favourite Social Media Tools. Winners will be announced at an awards gala this April 2015.
By Yasmin Ranade
Canadian entrepreneur and Wirkn founder/CEO, Derek Szeto, thinks so. His mobile job search and recruitment platform is novel and ‘candidate-centric’. I asked Derek about his business and his vision to bring together employment search success, mobile and social media.
By Christine Persaud
It’s ironic that in the video gaming industry that’s rife with controversy surrounding female gamers, a video game has been developed to address issues relating to gender in the workplace.
Microsoft announced its upcoming Windows 10 operating system would be more than a just new desktop software, but rather an integrated platform that will work the same way on phones and tablets. Xbox One fusion and the HoloLens augmented reality headset round out what was the most interesting event for the company in years.
There’s good news and bad news for women in the workplace. The good news is that the gender divide appears to be narrowing. The bad news is that women still seem reluctant to move up the ranks, regardless, for a variety of reasons.
CES 2015 in Las Vegas is the biggest technology convention in the world and there were several Canadian companies who used the vast show floor to present their products. Here are some of the standouts.
By Yasmin Ranade
Dell announced recently that it would bring together the world’s leading women founders, investors, policy makers and thought leaders for the sixth annual Dell for Entrepreneurs Women’s Summit, formerly known as DWEN – Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network Conference.
Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
Las Vegas-Diversifying from smartphones and services, BlackBerry is betting big on Internet of Things, connected cars ,and smart health tracking for its future.
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