By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Microsoft making its own PC’s? Google making its own tablet? Why are software companies getting into hardware and can they do a better job than their partners?
Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Toshiba Canada revealed new apps that work with their HDTV’s to use tablets and smartphones as wireless controls for your home theatre system.
By Ted Kritsonis
Sony has announced that it will be launching the Sony Internet Player with Google TV in Canada in August, with pre-orders starting on June 27. The new player will be a small set top box that connects to a TV and provides access to Internet-based television channels, a Chrome web browser, YouTube and thousands of apps.
This book is not about just stretching your arms and rolling your wrists; it’s encompasses all that “health and fitness” implies for the human mind, body and spirit.
by Lee Rickwood
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Samsung’s Galaxy S III is an anticipated smartphone. But it seems that Canadians will need to wait a little longer to get it.
By Ted Kritsonis
TomTom has become a renowned brand for mapping and navigation, but getting to that point required mapping and updating the geography to help drivers get to where they wanted to go. At an exclusive press event in the Caribbean island of Martinique, we got a firsthand look at what goes into mapping a place virtually from scratch.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Now that we have clocks built into all our apps and gadgets, it will take something pretty special to make a timepiece tempting to techies.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Swedish DIY furniture powerhouse IKEA is flipping the switch on an all-in-one Uppleva HDTV solution that could shake up the home theatre market.