Farmers of the Eastern Townships, a fertile land of forests and rolling hills, on Quebec's border with the USA, are coaxing the best out of their soil and restaurants are working wonders with their produce
Often the issues of identity and loss become key, especially if expats frequently relocate to different countries and settings: Who am I? Where is home? How do others perceive me? Do I want to fit it, and how can I do that, without losing aspects of my identity, which are important to me?
The realization of how dreary it actually is hits me as I step off the train at the Canary Wharf station. Hordes of people pile out of the train at that one stop, as if guided by a singular force or command. Still no smile!
Therapy. You need to climb aboard that bandwagon, because all the indicators show that there has never been a greater demand for therapy. Did you know there is a worldwide increase in anxiety?
Windows Phone comes out at the bottom of the heap largely because of the limited range of customization available, but also because of the unintuitive ways some tasks are performed, or the lengthy steps required to perform common actions.
Siri is not, as a tool, changing the corporate environment one jot. What has changed, though, is suddenly people are waking up to the fact that voice can be a useful tool.
Functionally the thing I like most about BB is called Word Substitution. It's the ability to create your own superlengthy shortcuts. This was kept throughout Blackberrys, all the way to the new Q10 model.
We spend a lot of our time strapped in, consuming, connected and charging. We're living in a world that's driven by technology and we drive technology too. I recently had two of my friends over who I met in college 11 years ago and we reminisced on the amazing times we had growing up.
he average CMO has enough to worry about without needing to spend time poring over the fortunes of hardware companies. However, with consumers spending increasing amounts of time accessing brands via their mobile phone, surely it's important to know which devices are dwindling in popularity?
Perhaps one of the most striking features of WhatsApp is that, unlike other social networks, the users are not the product for sale. The company's founders are vehemently opposed to the idea of introducing any type of advertising onto the platform. You pay to use WhatsApp.
What better way to mark this momentous event than to announce the appointment of the new Creative Director! The industry titan that is going to lead the BlackBerry charge, whose creativity, innovation and inspiration is going to restore them back to former... What's that you say? It's Alicia Keys? Really?
Newspapers and broadcasters are preparing obituaries for RIM. The Blackberry apocalypse is nigh.
We live in a world where we are constantly busy busy. Even by ourselves we can fill our time now to the brim with all the new digital applications. Agendas are overloaded, everyone is multi-tasking and even sleep is restless with BlackBerrys by the bed.
Over the last six months, I and my colleagues at Pannone have noticed a steady stream of a new type of case, one in which estranged parents are being accused of using mobile video calls to their children as an opportunity to spy on their exes.
I got my first BlackBerry about three months ago. Immediately I was hooked. Then a few things happened that made me realise that perhaps I was being dragged into a vortex of addiction.
"I've got a great idea for a new iPhone app". As the owner of a mobile games studio, I've heard this phrase more times than I can count. I've heard it so many times that I decided to do something about it and turned to a term that has been much talked about: crowdsourcing.