There’s no doubt that the future of audio is indeed wireless, but there are a number of things that need to improve significantly before it is anywhere as good as what wired analog headphones have to offer today. There’s the issue of battery life, limited range, interference and sound quality plus the reality that wireless Bluetooth headphones can cost up to three to five times more than their wired counterparts.
By Lee Rickwood
Sit down, Beliebers! Wait your turn, Tragically Hip-sters! Even fans of The Shays have to wait, because a new online streaming audio archive is all about 78-rpm and cylinder recordings released in Canada from 1900 to 1950.
With the iPhone 7, Apple has once more responded emphatically the rising tide of competition by outfitting their phones with features and capabilities that will be hard for Android makers to match.
by Lee Rickwood
A Canadian medical technology development team is a finalist in a multi-million dollar competition to build a new device based on gadgets used in the Star Trek TV show.
It’s that time again – back-to-school – which means loading up on all of the basics, from a new laptop and smartphone, to pens, notebooks, and a stylish backpack. For the student athlete, however, there’s an additional list of gear…
The conference centre of the Westin Harbour Plaza hotel featured representatives from the biggest Linux companies including Red Hat, SUSE, CoreOS, Google, Oracle, Canonical, HP, IBM and, most surprisingly, Microsoft.
By Christine Persaud
Since 1971, August 26 has been known as Women’s Equality Day in the U.S., celebrating women’s right to vote thanks to the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution. But it’s an occasion worth celebrating north of the border as well.
Hardware like notebooks and 2-in-1 devices are essential tools but what really powers these devices is the technology, programs and services that can help students and educators make the most of their time in class.