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Sony Ericsson launches Xperia ray smartphone

By Ted Kritsonis

At a launch event in downtown Toronto last night, Sony Ericsson and Telus came together to unveil and launch the Xperia ray, an Android smartphone with a smaller footprint that may turn out to be a hit with female consumers.

Google Buzz packs it in as Google+ takes its place

By Tim Teatro

Millions signed into their Gmail accounts last Monday, only to be greeted with the message, “Google Buzz is going away, but your posts are yours to keep.” This marks the end of what is generally considered to have been a failed experiment.

Techy way to spice up that costume for Halloween!

By Tim Teatro

Ever wanted to make your own Halloween costume, or personalize one you bought from the store? There can only be so many devils and naughty kitties at one party! If you’ve got the artistic spark, then the Arduino LilyPad can help you put a little techy spice into your clothing.

iPhone 4S – the start of something big?

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple’s new iPhone 4S may be seen on the surface as an iterative upgrade to its predecessor, the popular iPhone 4. Same form factor, same screen size but now powered with a faster dial-core Apple A5 processor, much improved graphics performance and slightly faster Internet access speeds. However, it may be the start of something much bigger.

Facebook Revamps: It’s Hot and Cold!

By Hessie Jones

Facebook recently announced a number of important changes. These include Subscribe Button, News Feed Ticker, Smart Lists, the revamped Newsfeed … and the major announcement: Timeline. The announcements were made at Facebook’s F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco in September. I had the chance to see Mark Zuckerberg speak at the conference. Here’s my take on some of these changes…

5 Smartphone features worth looking out for

    By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla More than tablets or even notebooks, smartphones are becoming the most personal technology we have. Small, powerful and always available, smartphones have evolved from being mere communication devices.