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Why paying full price for your smartphone is a good idea

By Ted Kritsonis

Despite the fact three-year contracts offer more attractive upfront pricing for premium smartphones, the duration of the term could actually make the phone more expensive and difficult to resell.

Extreme Gadgets for Active Users

  By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Aside from competing in specs and pricing, many gadgets have differentiated themselves by catering to the action market with tough, water-resistant and temperature resistant features.

High Tech in the Gallery: Digital Screens Challenge Painters’ Canvas

Mobile technology and digital media devices are taking over the spaces normally reserved for watercolours, oils and clay. In fact, the art itself is migrating to the Web, where online art collections rival those housed inside bricks-and-mortar institutions.

by Lee Rickwood

How much are you paying for your Internet access?

By Ted Kritsonis

The Internet and its residential usage is one of those topics that almost always induces a roll of one’s eyes, and the main reasons are inextricably linked — performance and price. Canada’s biggest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have the lion’s share of the market, but could consumers benefit more from going with a smaller company?

Why small businesses are embracing social media while big business holds back

By Hessie Jones

To this day, despite the prevalence of social media, adoption has been slow among large enterprises. Yes, some have been jumping on the bandwagon but many have yet to be convinced that Social Media will do anything significant to develop audience or revenues. Having worked in both sectors, I’m convinced that the gap between large corporations and small business involves: risk tolerance, money, adaptability …