BlackBerry Security Summit

BlackBerry has the security portfolio; now it must sell it

Taking place yesterday in New York City, BlackBerry’s second annual security summit had a ring of familiar sameness: BlackBerry CEO John Chen was onstage cracking jokes and ‘going off script’;…


How Canada is leading the world in VR innovation

Virtual reality is about to hit the mainstream hard, with major players like Google, Sony, Samsung, Microsoft and Facebook behind it. According to a recent report by industry analyst firm…


SyrupCast 47: Nexus Solar Plexus

This week, Daniel and Douglas chat about Android’s Nexus line, and how Google can get its groove back. We’re hearing that Huawei is going to be the company creating (one…


Kobo Glo HD review

I’m a big fan of not going to sleep with a headache. Or, more specifically, not going to sleep with an LCD-induced headache. For years, I told myself that reading…


LG G4 vs. LG G3 in video

We’ve already compared the LG G4 and LG G3 in an extensive photo gallery, but our newest video editor, Matthew Moniz, has taken his considerable chops to these two devices,…


Pebble Time review

The last year or so has seen an unprecedented amount of interest in wearables, and smartwatches in particular. But unlike your smartphone, the necessity of a smartwatch is questionable, and…


SyrupCast 46: Roaming with Amir Johnson

This week, Daniel and Douglas explore the many ways that Canadians roam. Rogers’ Roam Like Home makes it very easy to roam in the U.S. and Europe, but is it…


Exploring roaming choices in Canada

It’s coming up on Canada Day, which for many Canadians means a trip to the States, Mexico, Europe or elsewhere. Here at MobileSyrup, we’re always looking for the best ways…


SyrupCast 45: Three’s Company

This week, Daniel and Douglas are joined by telecom expert and friend of the show, Ben Klass, who guides us through the muddy waters of the recently Rogers-Mobilicity-Wind Mobile deal….


Asus ZenFone 2 review

“The next billion people.” Google used that term several times during its recent developer conference, and maintains that Android’s future is the future of computing, connecting the poor and disenfranchised….