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Written By: langdon on November 25, 2011 No Comment

Most brands treat their mobile applications as an advertisement. No one wants to download an ad. No one will use or keep form-fitted cookie cutter application’s that do not provide any solution or bring value for users. Do not be tempted to just push your brand and advertising, instead think about what problem you can solve; what value you can add or what solution that you can deliver.[…click headline to read more!]

Written By: langdon on July 27, 2009 No Comment

Layar is a so-called ‘augmented reality browser’, an application that turns you mobile phone’s camera viewer – only on Android-powered phones for the time being – into a full-fledged information portal and local business search engine. It essentially puts an information overlay on top of your camera view, bringing digital data of various sorts into play whenever you’re looking at or for something in the real world. […Click headline to read more!]

Written By: langdon on April 6, 2009 No Comment

Yellow Pages Group (YPG), Canada’s leader in local commercial search, has launched the YellowPages.ca™local search application to provide consumers with a user-friendly tool to easily search for local businesses and people using a BlackBerry smartphone or Apple iPhone. Consumers are increasingly looking for relevant and useful local business information or residential phone numbers from their mobile devices when they are on-the-go. The application puts the power of our network in the hands of every BlackBerry and iPhone user and gives our advertisers access to a significant number of potential customers. The YellowPages.ca application includes the following features:
– Business, Person and Reverse phone number look-up
– Save to your favourites (My Favs) and/or address book
– Share listing results with others via email/sms
– Local proximity-based search using GPS & Maps (for devices which this is enabled)
– Direct connect to Voice Search […Click headline to read more! ]

Written By: langdon on May 22, 2008 No Comment

Yellow Pages Group launched today a new YellowPages.ca™ application on the Facebook Platform, which connects users with local businesses.Facebook users can now download the YellowPages.ca™ application to find, rate and review businesses ;build lists of their favourite restaurants and shops ;share lists of their favourite local businesses with their Facebook network ;reference the business lists and reviews of their Facebook friends for recommendations
The new application also features quick access to business profile information, including maps and driving directions.

By connecting YellowPages.ca™’s business listings to over 70 million active Facebook users, yellowpages.ca is taking the mission of finding the best seller for each buyer to a whole new level. […Click headline to read more]

Written By: langdon on November 29, 2007 3 Comments

Finding a product or merchant is now easier with the new Yellow Pages™ directory on Short Messaging Service (SMS), better known as text messaging. For those looking for local businesses anywhere in Canada, the information is now literally at their fingertips using their mobile devices. The information contained in YPG’s text message service is the same as that available via the YellowPages.ca web site, offering a vast listing of some one million businesses across Canada.In order to access Yellow Pages™ directory content via text messaging, users simply send a message to 411411. The message must include a keyword (i.e. “taxi” or “jewellery”), followed by a comma, and the location being searched (city or postal code). The service will quickly reply with up to nine relevant results listed in order of proximity. Users can also obtain national merchants just by removing the comma. […Click headline to read more!]

Written By: langdon on January 22, 2003 No Comment

Bell Canada delivers first wireless voice recognition portal to Canadians

VoiceNet is a new voice recognition service that enables Bell Mobility customers to have their email and other Sympatico-Lycos web content including news, weather, and sports read to them through the use of simple voice commands. The service is the first of its kind in Canada, and is being offered in English and French to digital and analog customers throughout Bell Mobility’s coverage area. […]

Written By: langdon on January 7, 2003 No Comment

Mint Inc. was established in Toronto in 2003 to introduce and advance wireless payment technology in North America. The company developed customized technology applications to provide next generation payment solutions to include cell phones, cards and RFID transponders. […click headline to read more! ]

Written By: langdon on July 30, 2002 One Comment

Sympatico-Lycos Inc., the leading Canadian Internet portal, develops and launches the Air Canada’s first mobile services.
This inovative service development is the latest in wireless applications for Canada’s #1 wireless site. Travellers on Air Canada will have another option for accessing a variety of relevant travel information with the announcement today that Sympatico-Lycos Inc., the leading Canadian Internet portal, has developed and is launching the airline’s Mobile Services. With the introduction of this service Air Canada becomes the first carrier in Canada to offer air travellers this customer service innovation through wireless devices.
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Written By: langdon on June 30, 2002 No Comment

Sympatico-Lycos Inc.,specializing in providing internet, wireless services and mobile content announced that it will partner with TELUS and Lucent Technologies in Canada’s first-ever live network launch of mobile internet services tailored to the clients’ actual location on the TELUS network. […click headline to read more! ]

Written By: langdon on April 1, 2000 No Comment

Sharp Corporation has announced the availability of the SL-6000 Sharp Zaurus PDA. With built-in Wi-Fi, the Linux powered VGA device offers unlimited expandability with both Compact Flash and SD expansion. A higher-resolution four-inch CG Silicon VGA screen has been used on the 400 MHz Intel XScale processor powered device. […click headline to read more! ]

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