Tag: wireless

Reviewing the Essential Phone

By Ted Kritsonis

As a newcomer to the constant battle among smartphone manufacturers for relevance, Essential looks to pry away a few hands from others in the flagship price point.

Locking ban makes stronger case to avoid phone contracts

By Ted Kritsonis

Starting on Dec. 1, carriers will no longer be able to sell smartphones locked to their network, potentially opening up a stagnant wireless market in Canada. If it does make it easier to leave from one carrier to go to another, will Canadians take advantage of the opportunity?

Canada 150 Tech Tour: Quantum Changes Ahead for Your Life

Canada 150 Tech Tour: Quantum Changes Ahead for Your Life

by Lee Rickwood
Quantum theory seeks to describes the motion and interaction of the particles that exist inside the atom. Strangely, critically, almost incomprehensibly, some of those particles exist in multiple states at the same time!

What was old is new again at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Nokia is back and released a variety of devices, including some Android handsets, but it’s the colourful Nokia 3310 feature phone that grabbed all the attention. Is this a sign of smartphone fatigue? A reaction to the expensive, overpowered and increasingly complex (not to mention large and unwieldy) flagship smartphones that cost more than some laptops?