Category: Mobile

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Help Shape the Future of Free Public Wi-Fi in Toronto

by Lee Rickwood
The local tech community, members of the general public, and all other interested parties are being asked for their input as the City of Toronto shapes the future of free public Wi-Fi services in the city.

The Latest Innovations in Digital Wallets

By Christine Persaud
Digital wallets can hold much more than just payment cards, too, from digital entry passes to loyalty cards, boarding passes, and vaccine cards, all of which I use. In the U.S., they can also handle things like money transfers and store digital driver’s licenses.

Demystifying Cell Phone Plan Fine Print

By Christine Persaud
Who reads the fine print? When it comes to subscription contracts, for the most part, most people breeze through the terms then sign on the dotted line to get going. But it’s usually different with smartphones.

What is Spatial Audio?

By Christine Persaud
You have probably been hearing a lot about spatial audio recently. It is touted as a beneficial feature supported by everything from smart speakers from brands like Amazon, Apple, Google, and now Sonos, to headphone manufacturers, TV and music streaming services, and others. But, in layman’s terms, what is spatial audio?

How Much Storage Do You Need On Your Phone?

By Christine Persaud
More and more phones are coming with reduced built-in storage, including anywhere from 128GB to 256GB. In many cases, they don’t have memory card slots either, which means you need to rely on cloud storage if you require more.