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Virgin Mobile’s HTC Legend: The unibody Android

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

An added plus is that the HTC Legend runs on the sweet looking Sense UI that offers up widgets and updates for news, weather and social media all atop of the Android OS. These widgets are intuitive, non-obtrusive and stylishly render as much information on the screen without looking too busy.

Apple Expo Canada 2010: Solutions for a growing tech market

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple is no longer a niche player in the business, it is now a market leader that has seen unparalleled success even in a down economy. Apple, whose market value of $222.1 billion surpassed even that of Microsoft last May.

iPhone 4 comes to Canada on July 30, bumper included

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
iPhone 4 has sold three million units since its June release and is considered by Apple as its most successful product. Jobs stressed that since the reports of problems with the iPhone 4 came out, Apple has “been working our butts off,” to rectify the situation.

Adobe Lightroom 3: Power and simplicity for photographers

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Lightroom is divided into Library, Develop, Slideshow, Print and Web which cover everything you’d want to do with your digital photos. Most of the functions are clearly visible onscreen without the need to go digging through menus, which is great if you want to figure things out on your own.

Everyday User Security 2: Protect Your Email Address

By Tim Teatro

It’s becoming more difficult every day to preserve our privacy and anonymity on the net. The consequences of this range from serious security issues and identity theft to minor annoyances such as spam. In this security series, I’ll be covering several methods to help keep your privacy, but today I thought I would cover a few neat little tricks to protect your email address from spammers.

Data Spills, Not Oil Spills Threaten Businesses in Canada

by Lee Rickwood

Most Canadian companies say they aren’t concerned about data breaches involving their customers’ personal information. Despite the fact those same companies are collecting and holding more personal information than ever before, a recent survey conducted for the Privacy Commissioner of Canada found that 42 per cent of businesses surveyed are not concerned about security breaches.

Will Canada get a better iPhone 4?

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

For once, it seems Canadians can be thankful that a hot tech product launch has been delayed because it seems we dodged a bullet. We’re talking about the iPhone 4, which is expected to be launched “in the coming weeks,” by Bell, Rogers, Telus and Virgin Mobile but which has also been caught in an unprecedented whirlwind of bad press and controversy in the US and europe.

Samsung N220: A typical netbook with extra-long battery life

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Samsung’s a bit newer to the game than older players like MSI, ASUS, Dell and Toshiba but it can be considered a true contender when you look at their N220 netbook that’s got the features everyone else has got but offers twice the battery power in nearly the same size.