Tag: gadgets

5 must-have gadgets for business travel

By Christine Persaud
Traveling for business isn’t like it used to be. We no longer just tuck a laptop and charger into our bag and smartphone into our pocket. Today’s traveling businessperson needs much more.

LG G Pad III 8.0 is a practical and portable Android tablet

LG G Pad III comes with Microsoft Office for Android installed, this is a huge freebie that makes it possible for this content consumption device to shine as an ultraportable note-taking, editing and spreadsheet-enabled device which can work with the most popular document formats.

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Sports Fans, Gadget Freaks Gear up for Virtual Reality

by Lee Rickwood
The International Olympic Committee, its Olympic Broadcast Services (OBS) production arm, and the rightsholder here in Canada, CBC/Radio Canada, plan to deliver up to 100 hours of Olympic coverage as live virtual reality (VR) and 360-degree video streams.

Father’s Day Tech Gifts for the Working Dad

By Christine Persaud
Whether it’s your father, husband, brother, son, or friend, and regardless of his job, every working dad could use (and would appreciate) a bit of tech in his life. That said, here are 5 great tech gift ideas for the professional dad on your list.

Tech gifts for Dads and Grads

It’s a special time for dads and grads as we show our love for the most important man in our lives as well as cheer on our new graduates. Here are some great tech gift ideas that will put a smile on their faces.

Last-Minute Tech Gifts for Mom

By Christine Persaud
If you’ve yet to trek to the store to pick up something nice, here’s a tip: flowers, jewelry, and gift cards are dated. Along with a day all to herself to do whatever she wants, check out some awesome tech gift ideas that any mom will appreciate.

Tips on Selling Your Old Phone

By Christine Persaud
Chances are you swap your phone out every three or four years. A recent Gallup survey found that 44% of Americans actually upgrade their smartphones as soon as they are permitted to do so in their carrier contract, which is typically every two years. But what do you do with your old device?