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Notable 2-in-1 tablets for consumers

By Gadjo Sevilla

The latest hardware comes with dazzling displays, pen input, 64-bit processors, more RAM, improved Bluetooth and wireless connectivity have helped tablets improve their PC-like tasks while accessories and add-ons can convert them into viable productivity tools.

Napster finding new life as a music streaming service

By Ted Kritsonis

Remember Napster? The software application that once pioneered the idea of sharing music files in the late 90s and early 2000s is back in Canada. Only this time, it’s as a subscription-based music streaming service, not a peer-to-peer network.

Roku’s new OS and features elevate cord cutting options

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The latest operating system expected to roll out soon is Roku OS 7 is available to most existing Roku players and sticks. The new OS and its companion mobile app further extend the functionality many users have grown to love

Affordable mid-range smartphones to choose from

By Ted Kritsonis

Smartphones are pretty expensive when looking at the higher end of the scale, but the majority of handsets available are either in the mid-range or lower. Despite not having the hype or specs of more popular models, their sophistication has grown to a point where they are not only serviceable, but also reliable and robust.

The best new standalone health trackers

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Many smartwatches have basic activity tracking features and even integrate heart rate monitors to get a read of a user’s activity level and exertion. Smartwatches, however, have to do a lot more and need to manage apps, notifications and act as a GPS, remote control and still tell time.

5 Cool Products for the Hot Summer Months

By Christine Persaud
We love our short Canadian summers and the warm temperatures they bring. But there are times when and situations wherewe need to take a rest from soaking up the sun. Here are 5 great gadgets that can help you keep cool on those hot, humid days.

High-Tech Companies, Digital Entrepreneurs Fight Canada’s Bill C-51

Several business leaders have signed a letter saying the anti-terrorism bill is actually anti-business, and that it will “undermine international trust in Canada’s technology sector”, and stifle the kinds of business the signatories’ technology companies can generate.

by Lee Rickwood