While telcos and service providers have offered new options and plans, it isn’t as affordable, or as transparent as it needs to be (i.e. in the EU, you can travel across borders, use your home service without penalties).
by Lee Rickwood
The idea that digital technology can increase a gallery-goer’s access to and engagement with art is a popular and powerful one, yet it’s still controversial and contested at the same time.
By Christine Persaud
We’re all aware of the importance of loading antivirus software on our computers to help protect against malicious attacks and theft of our personal information, but what about our mobile devices?
Surface Laptop travels easy, is a great companion on long flights and has truly impressive battery life. Windows 10 S boots up faster, has less bloatware and feels eminently more secure.
By Yasmin Ranade
On July 27th, two teams of Canadian university students will represent Canada and compete in the World Championship for Microsoft’s Imagine Cup in Redmond, Washington.
The Galaxy Book is Samsung’s latest attempt at capturing the 2-in-1 PC market on the high end and, while styled much like the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, actually targets the Microsoft Surface Pro dead on but offers the added value of being able to connect seamlessly with Samsung phones.
By Ted Kritsonis
Starting on Dec. 1, carriers will no longer be able to sell smartphones locked to their network, potentially opening up a stagnant wireless market in Canada. If it does make it easier to leave from one carrier to go to another, will Canadians take advantage of the opportunity?
by Lee Rickwood
Quantum theory seeks to describes the motion and interaction of the particles that exist inside the atom. Strangely, critically, almost incomprehensibly, some of those particles exist in multiple states at the same time!