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About Gadjo Sevilla

Gadjo C. Sevilla covers technology, lifestyle as well as travel and leisure. Fascinated with all facets of consumer technology, Gadjo has followed developments and trends in various industries and covered numerous trade shows, and international product launch events.

Google’s Nexus One now available to Rogers customers

By Gadjo C. Sevilla

Regarded by enthusiasts as “the ultimate Google Android smartphone,” the Nexus One was built by HTC specifically from Google’s design specs. The device runs on a speedy 1GHz Snapdragon processor and features the best screen in the market today, a 3’7 inch 480 by 800 AMOLED display.

Review: Canon Rebel T2i – amazing stills and video in one

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The beauty of the T2i is clearly its versatility and ease of use. You can get the desired results in your photos without much fussing around and the camera takes great shots even in the standard presets.

Coupled with a good lens, the T2i really shines and can accomplish great images specially given its ISO threshold which works well with low light.

iPad delayed, comes to Canada late April

By Gadjo Sevilla,

Starting on March 12, US customers can pre-order both Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + 3G models from Apple or reserve a Wi-Fi model to pick up on April 3, at an Apple retail store. Canadians will need to wait until late April.

Windows Phone 7 Series is the new contender

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Windows Phone 7 Series is a departure from the usual and dated look of Windows Mobile which still resembles desktop Windows 95. For the new OS, Microsoft went back to the drawing board on everything from raw materials, to how the company works with their phone partners, to a complete redesign of the operating system.

Following the 2010 Olympics with 3 iPhone apps

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Hooked on the 2010 Vancouver Olympics? So are we! We found not one but three apps that can keep us tuned in to this exciting and historical event.

Following the Olympics with Samsung’s Omnia II on Bell

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Using Samsung’s Omnia II smartphone which is the official handset of the 2010 Olympics and which runs Windows Mobile 6.5, we took time to discover Bell’s Olympic offerings. The first application we tried out was Live TV which enables subscribed users real time access to ongoing events.

Canadians spent more than $4.66 billion on tech devices in 2009

Text and photo by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Canadians purchased more than 83 million IT products – eight per cent lower than the year before – at an average price of $56 per unit. The most popular among these items was the computer notebook, which came down 15 per cent in average price, fuelling a 31 per cent rise in the total units sold.

Mobilicity is Canada’s newest wireless carrier

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Mobilicity squeezes into a picture that’s got providers Rogers, Fido, Bell, Telus, Virgin and Wind all competing for 3G customers and selling the latest batch of app phones and smartphones.