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Posts Tagged: mobile apps

Flybits named to Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Companies to Watch

Flybits, a Ryerson University start-up company created in partnership with MaRS Innovation, has been named to Deloitte's Technology Fast 50 Companies to Watch list. According to TechVibes, "Companies were selected for their technological innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership and growth. Now in its 18th year, Technology Fast 50 celebrated companies with an average four-year growth rate of 1,293%." You can read TechVibes' coverage of the Deloitte announcement here. The full list, of which 62% are software companies, is posted on Deloitte's website. (more…) Read more

Financial Post covers Onyx Motion’s Swish app, scheduled to launch in November

Company plans future sports applications for tennis and golf for its Motion Marketplace Swish by Onyx Motion "takes advantage of motion sensors to provide accurate tips and feedback to improve play," wrote Robert Liwanag in "App for smartwatches helps users become better basketball players" for the Financial Post's "Entrepreneur" section on September 28, 2015. "Using it is simple — you turn it on, press calibrate and lift your arms and hands as you would to shoot a basket," wrote Liwanag. "The objective is to ... Read more

TD announces exclusive Canadian agreement with Flybits

Companies to collaborate on creating enhanced personalized mobile experiences for TD customers TORONTO, Sept. 16, 2015 — TD Bank Group and Flybits today announced an exclusive agreement within the Canadian financial services industry to collaborate on providing TD customers with more personalized mobile banking experiences. This announcement was covered in Forbes, BetaKit, TechVibes, IT Business.ca, Marketing Magazine, CAN Tech Letter and Strategy online. The Flybits cloud-based software program transforms mobile apps to deliver rich, contextual experiences to each user, including personalized financial advice—where and ... Read more

Smartphones and mobile tablets becoming mainstays for clinicians

VitalHub's partnership with Microsoft and Intel for Seattle Children's Hospital pilot and British Columbia contracts featured in Canadian Healthcare Technology "As hospital invest continue to invest in mobile solutions, doctors and nurses are more likely to be texting on their smartphones or swiping their fingers across a tablet PCs than tapping away on desktop computers," Dianne Daniel writes in the April 2015 issue of Canadian Healthcare Technology in an article titled, "Smartphones and mobile tablets are becoming essential tools for clinicians" ... Read more

Holland Bloorview’s Anxiety Meter included in Globe and Mail’s neuroscience feature

"Research labs across Ontario are full of ingenious – and even life-saving – inventions. Unfortunately, many of them never make it to market," writes Wendy Leung in "These six great neuroscience ideas could make the leap from lab to market" in the November 20, 2014 edition of the Globe and Mail. MaRS Innovation, which was created to help researchers solve exactly this problem, has a project with Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital that was featured in Leung's article. Asim Siddiqi founded the anxiety ... Read more

Toronto Star features Minuum keyboard’s successful iPhone product launch

UTEST graduate Whirlscape was featured in Raju Mudhar's Toronto Star article, "Toronto’s Whirlscape debuts tiny Minuum keyboard on iPhone," which examines the company's successful launch of their innovative, one-line keyboard for Apple's iOS 8. The UTEST program, co-directed by MaRS Innovation and the University of Toronto's Innovations & Partnerships Office, gives nascent software companies start-up funding, office space, mentoring and business strategy support. Whirlscape was among the program's first cohort. The article was published October 6, 2014. Here's an excerpt: An Indiegogo success 18 ... Read more

Whirlscape exits beta, launches version 2.0 of the Minuum keyboard

Whirlscape Inc., a graduate of the University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology (UTEST) program's cohort graduate, exits beta with the version 2.0 release of Minuum, their hit "small keyboard for big fingers." Whirlscape Inc. graduated from the University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology (UTEST) program's first cohort. UTEST is accepting applications for its third cohort until April 17. Click here to apply.  Version 2.0's release is already a popular download for Android Apps in the Google Play store. Users can get a 30-day free trial of Minuum and ... Read more

Whirlscape’s Minuum keyboard profiled on The Discovery Channel

Whirlscape Inc.'s Minuum keyboard was featured on the January 27, 2014 episode of Discovery Canada's Daily Planet. Lucas Cochran, Daily Planet's technology correspondent, covered the technology that's perfect for small devices and big fingers, noting that Minuum's creators are successfully combating the small amount of space available on wearable technology, like smart watches. Check out the video here. The profile, in Cochran's Digit@l segment, begins at the 1:10 mark. (more…) Read more

Flybits and City of Ottawa Launch Ottawa Nav

The City of Ottawa and Flybits Unveil New Traffic Management Tool That Provides Real-Time Traveler Information to Residents TORONTO, November 18, 2013 — The City of Ottawa and Flybits, an emerging Ryerson University start-up, announced today the release of a free mobile application called Ottawa Nav. This story has been covered by Yonge Street Media, The Ottawa Sun, TechVibes and Global TV. The app, using the Flybits platform, connects users to municipal services and infrastructure providing relevant real-time information from construction updates to collisions or speed limit ... Read more

VitalHub joins Box’s new ecosystem of electronic record healthcare applications

VitalHub is building on its success in redefining how doctors access patient data by partnering with Box, which announced 13 new partnerships with companies, including VitalHub. Together, their technology will work across web and mobile devices to help healthcare organizations work with, share and collaborate using information. Invented at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital in the IT Department, VitalHub was created to effectively manage patient data through a platform allowing clinicians to rapidly access comprehensive, relevant patient information gathered from multiple disparate clinical information systems. The VitalHub Server platform sits ... Read more
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