Tag: gadgets

6 Cool Gadgets for the Hot Summer

By Christine Persaud
As you get ready to enjoy some fun in the sun, here are 6 great gadgets worth bringing along to enhance the experience.

Nvidia Shield is the Android box you’re looking for

By Ted Kritsonis

In an era where the line between ‘pay’ TV and ‘free’ TV is constantly blurring, streaming boxes echo the volatility of the market. Android boxes are usually of the no-name variety with a fairly singular purpose, whereas the Nvidia Shield TV is much more.

Review of the BlackBerry KEYOne, a classic BlackBerry for the Android Age

The BlackBerry KEYone is designed for productivity and messaging. Android 7.1 coexists nicely with BlackBerry’s own apps. DTek ensures the phone is secure and encrypted, BlackBerry HUB funnels all your messaging and social media into one smart app and other apps (Notable, Password Keeper, Contacts, Tasks and Workplaces) are truly useful.

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for the Working Mom

By Christine Persaud
Of course mothers should be celebrated all year ‘round. But beyond that realization, there’s nothing wrong with setting aside one day of the year to shower the mothers in your life with praise and gifts. That day, aptly named Mother’s Day, is Sunday, May 14 this year. There are all kinds of moms. But any working mom would appreciate one of these great tech gifts.

Celebrate May the Fourth With Star Wars-Themed Tech

By Christine Persaud
Star Wars is one of those movies that has prevailed for decades, and will continue to do so, especially with all of the new movies being released, and characters and storylines along with them. May 4 is a particularly special day for fans, known as “May the Fourth be with you” day in celebration of the films. With that, here’s our annual Star Wars-themed gadgets list, and May the Fourth be with you.

Canadian C2 Conference Previews the Future with Commerce and Creativity

by Lee Rickwood
What will be the next ‘moonshot’? Will the next one be colonizing Mars? Is it Hyperloop, Elon Musk’s vision for a sustainable, super-fast transportation system for the planet? What if The Future is Postponed, and not because of bad weather, but poor investment in science, research and innovation?