Tag: apps

Do Facebook Ad Blockers Cause ‘Fake News’?

Do Facebook Ad Blockers Cause ‘Fake News’?

by Lee Rickwood
Content that fits expectations and existing worldviews will be shared more often than content that challenges or undermines existing prejudices and preconceptions.

Apps for Enhancing Your Smartphone Photos

By Christine Persaud
While it’s true that you can get pretty great photos (or at least good enough) with a premium smartphone camera these days, that doesn’t negate the need for tweaking them to make them better. Luckily, there are a number of really cool photo editing/enhancement apps that can help you vastly improve a smartphone snapshot so it’s social media share-worthy, and will stand out amongst a sea of selfies and dinner pics

Need to Board Your Pets? Here are 4 Apps That Can Help

By Christine Persaud
They say that pets can ground you more than kids. So much so, in fact, that pet sitting service Pawshake found in a survey last year that 56% of pet owners were prepared to cancel holiday plans if they couldn’t find someone suitable to take care of their pet while they were away.

Reviewing the Netatmo Healthy Home Coach

By Ted Kritsonis

Indoor air quality is sometimes worse than the pollution typically found outdoors, but it’s not always easy to tell that something toxic is permeating in a room. French manufacturer Netatmo new product in the Healthy Home Coach functions purely to alert consumers on what kind of bliss or squalor they’re breathing in on a daily basis.

Shomi’s demise opens the road to different options

By Ted Kritsonis

Shomi will be showing nothing after Nov. 30 when it will be officially shut down by Rogers and Shaw, paving the way for other services to step in and fill the void. The lack of a legitimate source to stream the content it offered, however, may also lead to a spike in piracy.