Tag: gadgets

Best flagship smartphones in the Canadian market

By Gadjo Sevilla

Pricing continues to rise in the premium smartphone space, and devices are getting more expensive. But do they offer more? Let’s look at the best smartphones money can buy in Canada.

In Honour of Small Business Month: 7 Tech Products for the Office

By Christine Persaud
Small businesses, which can range from sole proprietorships to start-ups employing a small team, and larger, independent companies with fewer than 100 employees, have differing needs depending on their size, scope, and specific industry. But tech usually plays a role

Making Your Home Smart: Part 6 – The Bathroom

By Christine Persaud
We can all appreciate making rooms of the home like the living room, kitchen, bedroom, basement, and even the backyard smart, as discussed in the first five parts of this six-part series. And there are, believe it or not, ways to make the bathroom smart, too.

More Choices in the True Wireless Earbuds Market

By Christine Persaud
Headphones have evolved from earcups attached to a headband, to earbuds with thin wires, to buds attached to bands that sit around your neck or behind your head. Now, the worlds of earpiece headsets and earbuds have collided to create a new category of headphone, called “true wireless” earbuds.

6 Canadian Companies Featuring Cool New Tech Innovations

By Christiner Persaud
Canada is quickly becoming a tech epicenter, with plenty of innovative start-ups based north of the border, and taking on key categories. Among them are well-known firms like BlackBerry and ecobee. But there are other companies making their mark with some impressive new tech innovations in a variety of categories.

Making Your Home Smart: Part 5 – The Bedroom

By Christine Persaud
You might think that the bedroom is off limits for tech smarts beyond potentially a television, a basic clock radio, and a charging cable for your phone to sit on your nightstand, right? Wrong.

Standards and Ethics a Much-Needed Response to Tech Advances, AI Developments

by Lee Rickwood
Today’s information and technology ecosystem is already transforming the way governments, businesses and private citizens live, work and perhaps even think, so “the ethical use of AI and data will be critical not only for our future economy, but how we function as a society.”