Category: Gadgets

Is Motorola’s new RAZR cutting edge enough?

Photos and text by Ted Kritsonis

Motorola’s most popular line of phones, the RAZR, is back, only this time it has to compete in the smartphone realm. Being on hand at Tuesday’s announcement in New York, we tackle the basics on what the new-look RAZR offers and what won’t be crossing the border into Canada.

RIM risks future on unified mobile operating system

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

RIM launched a unified BBX OS for smartphones and for the PlayBook during its DevCon in San Francisco and hopes to entice developers to continue supporting the once dominant smartphone maker.

Steve Jobs helped me ‘think different’

By Ted Kritsonis

In light of Steve Jobs’ passing, there have been no shortage of articles exemplifying just how much of an impact this man had on the way people thought about technology. I count myself among them, though I didn’t really realize who he actually was until the late 1990s.

Apple releases iPhone 4S, new iPods and iCloud service

  By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Apple today released the iPhone 4S, an iterative update to the iPhone 4 with faster dual core processors and an improved camera. Apple says the iPhone 4S is twice as fast as the iPhone 4…

A user evalues Zip.ca’s mail order video service

By Mark Orton

I like DVD’s. I like to wander the video store and check out what’s available, read the descriptions, watch the trailers being played and just immerse myself in a world of entertainment. Unfortunately the experience is hard to come by now as the major players are leaving the marketplace …