Category: Gadgets

Reviewing the Epson FastFoto FF-640 photo scanner

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s probably impossible to approximate the number of photo prints packed away in homes throughout Canada, and with digital photography already widespread, Epson is trying to bridge the gap to digitize those prints quickly.

Wearables on a Dime: Affordable Trackers for Entry-Level Users

By Christine Persaud
You might be intrigued by the idea of a wearable device, but reluctant to invest the money in one. Would I really use it? You’re not alone. If price point is the primary deterrent to trying your hand at the world of fitness trackers, keep in mind that you don’t necessarily have to drop $200 on one.

What to expect from Android Wear 2.0

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
Is there still space for Android Wear 2.0 devices in a world divided between Apple Watch and Fitbit trackers? Google seems to think so and is putting health tracking, mobile payments, Google Assistant and messaging at the forefront of its new OS and devices.

Where To Recycle Your Electronic Gear in Canada

By Christine Persaud
When it comes to electronics, there are plenty or organizations, foundations, and retailers, working together to make it easy to keep everything from your old MP3 players, to cell phones, and computers out of landfills.

5 super-cool headsets for the avid gamer

By Christine Persaud
Headphones are exploding in popularity in a number of categories, like wireless and active sports. And another category that’s growing: gamers, who appreciate being able to fully immerse themselves in their virtual gaming worlds.

Data Privacy and Protection Need More than a Day

by Lee Rickwood
Data privacy and protection is about each one of us having something to protect, and that something is the safety and usability and future of the Internet. A number of events and activities are planned on and around January 28 in order to raise awareness about the need for data privacy and protection and to provide handy tips to do so.