Tag: Android

Best mobile apps for travelers

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Our smartphones and their apps can be lifelines during travel. With the ability to track flights, translate languages on the fly and even find hotel rooms at a moment’s notice, these are my preferred travel apps.

Review: HP Sprocket pocket photo printer

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

I still find the print size to be too small for most types of group shots, they’re fine for portraits or selfies with one or two people.

How Your Smartphone Can Help in an Emergency

By Christine Persaud
The smartphone can actually be a key tool in not only providing a means for you to reach out to first responders in the event of an emergency, but also to provide them with pertinent details when you aren’t in a capacity to do so.

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.