The fight for the family room became even more heated last week at the 16th annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (“E3”), which once again served as a battleground between the three major console companies: Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. Each of the…
Name your price! Er… not any more, it’s over. The Humble Indie Bundle was a package of 5 classic games from independent developers (not the big guys like EA or BLIZZARD). The games are World of Goo, Aquaria, Gish, Lagaru…
Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
The Next@Norton 2010 event was an insightful overview into all the multifarious threats that can affect our digital lives. Not only do we need to look out for threats to our PCs but also our personal and professional social media profiles as well as our most private and personal devices, our smartphones.
Fotobounce, a free, downloadable program for sharing digital photos, just got better – and safer. The third iteration of this popular Canadian software is available for download now, offering an easily-installed safe and secure private network for sharing photos among friends and family.
By Tim Teatro
Google has acquired BumpTop, a Toronto-based developer that has produced a 3-D computer desktop that integrates the latest in human interfaces with a realistic physics engine to produce a unique user experience. Check out this video …
Review by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
What quickly sets the Samsung NX10 apart form the other non-DSLR hybrid cameras is its full sized APS-C sensor which is identical to those found in regular DSLRs which are twice the size and weight. The APS-C is significantly bigger than the Four-Thirds Sensors found in Olympus and Panasonic’s lines.
by Lee Rickwood
Created in response to Canpages’ recent API contest, this mobile app also connects with the enormous search database at canpages.ca, and directs you to the closest restaurant with the best food for your mood.
by Lee Rickwood
It affects any number of our daily tech activities, and our use of digital material of all sorts, including music, movies, cell phones and video games.