Tag: Android

Looking for a phone? Consider these mid-range devices

By Ted Kritsonis

Flagship smartphones are expensive purchases these days, even if you decide to go on contract, so mid-range devices may offer a better way out without totally breaking the bank.

What mobile payment options are available for Canadians right now

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Paying with cash is cumbersome and slow. It holds up lines, sometimes exact change isn’t available, and printed receipts are often lost or linger in our wallets for indeterminate amounts of time. Many Canadians already opt for debit payments via Interac for smaller transactions and rely on credit cards for larger expenses. This is the next step.

What you need to know about Bluetooth music streaming

By Ted Kritsonis

Headphone jacks are slowly disappearing from smartphones, steering consumers over to Bluetooth headphones for wireless playback. Except, the codecs aren’t all created equal.

Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the Androids you are looking for

By Gadjo C. Sevilla

Consider that Google has been making its own phones for only two years and it’s impressive to see how far they’ve gone in so short a time. Should competitors in Cupertino and South Korea be shaking in their boots? Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

Cool Cases for the iPhone 8, Google Pixel 2

By Christine Persaud
If you’re getting ready to drop more than a grand on one of the latest iPhones, including the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, or X, or one of the new Google Pixel devices, including the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, you should also consider grabbing a protective case for the smartphone.

Reviewing the Essential Phone

By Ted Kritsonis

As a newcomer to the constant battle among smartphone manufacturers for relevance, Essential looks to pry away a few hands from others in the flagship price point.

Google puts A.I. and machine learning at centre of massive product release

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Google is making it clear that it isn’t simply competing in the mobile market, with incremental handset improvements, specs and features. The company is taking the longer view, it sees Artificial Intelligence, or A.I., as the future and it is in the best position to put that future in people’s hands.

Reviewing the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 flagship smartphone

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Samsung knows their camera is outstanding. They know the Note 8 is the best smartphone they’ve ever made. It’s true.
They also know they can charge an unprecedented price for this device. Costing $1,300.00 in certain markets, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is just as expensive as a premium Ultrabook or a DSLR camera and lens.