As they look to bring more value to fans and help them connect with their local team in a more meaningful way, the Montreal Impact soccer club recently released its first mobile application.
With Google TV now available in Canada, thanks to Sony Canada, we can expect to see a number of media companies launch apps for the platform. Recently TVO announced the availability of a free app that will stream TVO programs over the internet directly onto their television. The TVO app will give consumers access to programming such as
Now with Google’s annual Google I/O event behind us, manufactures are announced their new line up of products and services that will tap into the Google ecosystem. First up, Sony Canada who has announced the availability and pricing of the NSZ-GS7, Sony Internet Player with Google TV, originally introduced in
Kobo launched a self-publishing portal Kobo Writing Life independent authors and publishers, designed to help writers become the best authors and publishers possible, Kobo Writing Life offers key reader insights and marketing tools to engage with fans on a global scale.
Sony has made one of its newest smartphone available to Canadians, the Xperia U. The new device also comes with Sony’s xLOUD and Sony 3D surround sound audio technology integrated into the music player. Sony is also offering their access to their Music Unlimited service free for 30 days with the premium
Canada Downloads 41 Million Apps During Holiday 2011 Season
As they continue to expand their smartphone and tablet offering, Comwave has announced a new Blackberry app that allows users to call 57 countries around the world. “With Consumers loving our iPhone and Android Apps, a BlackBerry version was a natural progression,” says Yuval Barzakay, President and CEO. “At $30 per year this App is such […]