Tag: smartphone

Israeli tech startups start small but are thinking big

By Ted Kritsonis

Israel is a country that is almost always in the news for either political reasons or tourism, but the tiny state is making a name for itself as a hub for startup tech companies. On a recent high-tech mission to the country, we got to see some of the startups that are looking to change the world.

‘Big 3’ carriers get sued by federal Competition Bureau

By Ted Kritsonis

The Competition Bureau, a federal government watchdog, has initiated a lawsuit against both the Big 3 wireless carriers, Rogers, Bell and Telus, and the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) for misleading consumers through advertising premium texting services that are billed as being free, but allegedly incur hidden fees.

Samsung NX210 Smart Camera Review

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Integrating its app-driven smartphone interfaces with Wi-Fi connectivity and an impressive DSLR-sized 20.3 megapixel image sensor, Samsung’s NX210 ‘Smart Camera aims to impress.

Why paying full price for your smartphone is a good idea

By Ted Kritsonis

Despite the fact three-year contracts offer more attractive upfront pricing for premium smartphones, the duration of the term could actually make the phone more expensive and difficult to resell.

Router showdown: Western Digital My Net N900 vs. Cisco Linksys EA4500

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s still early, but the router, long the utilitarian device that does its job in keeping us connected, while collecting dust in the process, may actually become something cool. Western Digital’s My Net N900 and Cisco’s Linksys EA4500 are both two of the best routers available on the market, but how do they stack up against each other?