Category: Featured

Will 3D and Internet-connected TV work for you?

Text and photos by Ted Kritsonis

Though 3D TV and Internet-connected TV were all the rage at CES in Las Vegas, there are still more than a few question marks on how all this will be implemented and if it’s even worth delving into.

One awesome CES gadget you didn’t hear about

By Marc Saltzman

If you’ve been following all the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) coverage from the monstrous tech convention in Las Vegas, chances are you’ve read about 3DTV, wireless tablets, e-book readers and new gizmos for the car.

Be.ez La Garde Robe notebook case reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

For meetings around town, day trips and seminars, the Be.ez La Garde Robe is an ideal way to carry a notebook and a few accessories. The adjustable shoulder strap is well secured and distributes weight nicely. Build quality and design is excellent all around, this is an attractive case and more than one client commented positively on it

Apple Unibody MacBook: stellar performance and a sleeker design

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

This MacBook has become popular not just for what it introduces but also what it has removed. There is no longer a user replaceable battery, no FireWire slot and for reasons known only to Apple, no battery charge indicator on the chassis.

Rogers locks down Xperia X10

By Dilshan Kathriarachchi

Rogers to release the Android-powered Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 exclusively in Canada. Will the proprietary user interface on the device be a game changer?

Slate PCs and eBook Readers shine at CES

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Slate PCs, which are slimline 5`inch to 11`inch screen tablet computers turned a lot of heads perhaps because of the buzz surrounding the rumoured Apple ìSlate tablet.

New Wireless Streaming Solution from Canada’s Eleven

by Lee Rickwood

Eleven Engineering is showing off its new personal wireless standard, called TRiK, at CES. It will compete with other proprietary concepts on the market, and with established standards like Bluetooth.