Disney’s plans to launch its own streaming service and CBS’s expansion of its All Access service point to a future where consumers bundle multiple digital options in place of cable
Aug 10, 2017
Auto makers are building a future where cars can be controlled remotely, and their list of features can grow years after they leave the lot
Jul 27, 2017
Question regarding new CRTC chairman is whether his appointment will make much of a difference for consumers.
Jul 25, 2017
TextNow’s paid service isn’t offered in Canada because of its defensive market dynamic
Jul 02, 2017
With a smartphone and some wearable sensors connected to it, the average person can now easily monitor their key vital signs and potentially manage or avoid future health problems.
Jun 26, 2017
The gadget’s popularity is on the rise among drivers, acting as a neutral third-party observer for any driving dilemmas
Jun 16, 2017
A new automotive frontier called augmented reality will display details – from speed to maps to e-mail – on the windshield
May 31, 2017
With their in-house systems vulnerable, smaller companies are turning to tech giants that have resources and expertise in protecting information
May 12, 2017
Tougher competition in the bigger market south of the border has pushed U.S. telcos to come out with more and more data offers
Apr 18, 2017
Peter Nowak has been writing about technology for 15 years, with a focus on trends and how they affect the world. He worked at The Globe and Mail between 1997 and 2004 before moving to China and then New Zealand, where he won the award for best technology reporter at the New Zealand Herald. When he returned home in 2006, he worked as the technology and telecom reporter at the National Post and then the CBC, where he won the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance prize for excellence in reporting.
Peter is also the author of Sex, Bombs and Burgers: How War, Porn and Fast Food Created Technology as We Know It. He is currently a syndicated columnist, blogger and freelance journalist in Toronto and is working on his next book, Humans 3.0.
His personal blog is at WordsByNowak.com.