Category: Featured

Mobilicity unveils 3 month service and phone combo for $99

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The upstart prepaid carrier now covers Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton and Ottawa and announced their UNLIMITED to GO pack that bundles a feature phone plus three months prepaid service including unlimited local talk and text, unlimited province-wide long-distance, voicemail, caller ID, call waiting, call forwarding, 3-way calling starting at $99.00.

Windows Phone 7 is impressive, but can it compete?

Video featuring Ted Kritsonis

This may very well be Microsoft’s last chance to make any serious impact in the ongoing smartphone wars. Windows Phone 7 is undoubtedly an impressive combination of design and function, but it will take some time to see if there’s enough support for it to begin competing against the likes of the iPhone, BlackBerry and Android.

Samsung Galaxy Tab reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The Samsung Galaxy Tab looks great on paper. A powerful 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 512MB or RAM, a high-resolution 7-inch multi-touch screen, 3G and Wi-Fi capabilities the ability to expand memory from 16GB to 48GB (with a MicroSD slot) plus dual-cameras for video chats. The Galaxy Tab runs Android OS 2.2 Froyo, the latest and most refined version of the Android OS for smartphones.

Career Mentoring the theme of upcoming Wired Woman Toronto event

By Yasmin Ranade

Wired Woman Toronto’s next major event taking place at the Sutton Place Hotel in Toronto on November 30th has Mentoring as its theme. Called, Inspiring Excellence in Tomorrow’s Leaders – The Vital Role of Mentoring in your Career

Looking into Acer’s Iconia and its dual 14” touchscreens

By Ted Kritsonis

Being the number two PC manufacturer in Canada, Acer unveiled its plans to release tablet devices and a new laptop that will sport dual 14” touchscreen displays at an event earlier this week in New York. The tablets will certainly make news when they finally launch, but perhaps the more intriguing innovation was that of the Iconia, a new laptop that will sport dual 14” touchscreens.

Fotobounce 3.1 plugs some big holes, but a few more tweaks needed

By Ted Kritsonis

Face recognition is fast becoming a staple of photo editing software because of the simple fact that it helps organize growing libraries of digital photos. The latest version of Fotobounce fills in some crucial gaps in organizing and sharing full resolution photos, but some extra tweaks would’ve made this update even better.

Toshiba Tecra R700 thin and light notebook reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Most users may be put off by the premium price, but for frequent fliers, road warriors and jet-setting techies, the R700 is what you’re looking for. It really is one of the most powerful notebooks on the market today. As a bonus, it happens to be one of the most lightweight and most portable laptops, too.