Tag: smartphone

Review: Under Armour HealthBox thinks big, needs helping hands

By Ted Kritsonis

These days, it’s not that it’s hard to find a fitness band or other connected health product, it’s that it’s hard to know which one is the best fit for what you want to achieve. Under that premise, the Under Armour HealthBox — with a band, chest strap and scale — would seem to be the ideal bundle to get started. But how well does it deliver as the sum of its parts?

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.

HTC 10 aims to redefine flagship segment

The HTC 10 looks and feels the part of a well-balanced instrument. It feels great in the hand and while being manageable for a device with a 5.2-inch display but which handles more like a 5-inch smartphone.

Who are the Big 3 carriers’ sub-brands for?

By Ted Kritsonis

The Big 3 — Rogers, Bell and Telus — rule the telecom land in Canada, and that reach is further extended by their respective sub-brands — Fido, Chatr, Virgin Mobile and Koodo. The differences between them aren’t very stark, raising questions over what the latter group of brands truly offer the market today.

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CBC TV Goes Over-the-Top with IBM Video Services

by Lee Rickwood
The new CBC video player is part of an overall strategy and specific migration plan to greater digital content creation and distribution capabilities, both for pre-recorded content and eventually live programming.