Category: Gadgets

Canadian map interlinked by computer network

Is Canada’s Digital Divide Shrinking?

by Lee Rickwood
From 2018 to 2020, the share of Canadians classified as advanced Internet users increased noticeably. The upward shift was most evident among people aged 50 or older.

Hi Spy Viewing Machie pointed at bright sky

Good Ol’ Viewing Machines Get Corrective Lenses

With just a quarter, I could see for miles. Slipping a twenty-five-cent piece into the circular slot, fully turning the handle clockwise, I knew the old coin-operated viewer would open its eyes for me. Once I heard the internal shutter…

blurring effect shows truck speeding n highway

Truck Tech Mandate Delayed; Device Shortage Causing Safety Concerns

be Lee Rickwood
Sophisticated truck tech devices integrate global positioning satellite (GPS) capabilities, high-definition dashboard cameras equipped with artificial intelligence (AI), fleet telematics and communication channels, workflow productivity apps and more.

people move about convention centre

Online, Hybrid or In-Person: Can Technology Save Live Events?

by Lee Rickwood
Smart wearable technology helps event managers measure attendee participation, engagement, participation, and networking. With an interactive lanyard around one’s neck, every attendee on-site can be tracked.