CrystalTech Nano offers invisible protection, reinforcing your smartphones or tablet’s screen to 9H (sapphire equivalent) hardness for ultimate scratch resistance and is easy to apply while leaving no annoying bubbles.
by Lee Rickwood
A Canadian digital media research and production facility delivers both online and in-person training for tools used by digital storytellers, anything from annotation software to video cameras.
The promise of a connected home for new or old homeowners is really a glimpse into the future. Being able to micro-manage your thermostat remotely, be virtually at home and answer the doorbell even if you’re vacationing in Cannes, set lighting on the fly for different moods, as well as shut appliances on or off at will, are attractive propositions and are all available today for a price, but are they any good.
By Ted Kritsonis
Shooting panoramic photos used to be one way to capture a scene from a wider perspective, but 360-degree cameras have burst onto the scene this year to pull in everything that’s left. As options grow, so does the sophistication behind them.
Lenovo, by virtue of Motorola, is looking outward. They’ve created the thinnest smartphone in the market with the Moto Z and its cheaper, slightly thicker variant, the Moto Z Play. But while both of these are premium flagship devices, it is the availability of Moto Mod accessory modules that really pushes the smartphone paradigm towards the future.
It’s that time again – back-to-school – which means loading up on all of the basics, from a new laptop and smartphone, to pens, notebooks, and a stylish backpack. For the student athlete, however, there’s an additional list of gear…
By Ted Kritsonis
A new school year is around the corner, and Canada’s wireless carriers are pushing to sign up as many students as possible looking for new devices and monthly plans. Are there any good deals to be had in the ensuing frenzy?
While the Back-to-school season is targeted at students, it is a generally good time to consider purchasing new hardware.