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Back to School Guide – Digital Cameras

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla The good news for photographers of all levels and persuasions is that there’s never been a better time to buy a new digital camera. Check out our guide.

Who owns social media? A Canadian Marketing Association roundtable

By Hessie Jones

I recently moderated a roundtable entitled “Who Owns Social Media? While the answer may be obvious, especially among those of us who practice it daily, it was important to delve more deeply into the topic and ask marketers, those who’ve dabbled vs those on the other end of the spectrum who’ve operationalized social media within their respective businesses.

Pentax reveals smallest Interchangeable lens camera system

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Small cameras with big sensors and a variety of lenses are quickly gaining ground and Pentax has just launched their new system that offers the smallest bodies in the interchangeable lens market.

Telus cuts data roaming rates by 50%

By Ted Kritsonis

In a somewhat surprising move, Telus is moving forward with plans to halve the rates the carrier charges for data roaming. This means a 50 percent reduction from the average of $25 subscribers had been paying up to this point.

HP Pavilion dm1-3040ca Notebook PC reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla The HP Pavilion dm1-3040ca Notebook PC ($549.99) ushers in a new era of powerful subcompact netbooks featuring the new AMD Fusion E-Series Dual Core processor, 4GB system memory, a massive 640GB hard drive, 9 hours of battery…

Telus will unlock any of its phones for $50 fee

By Ted Kritsonis

Telus announced that, starting February 15, it will unlock any phone it offers for a flat fee of $50. The caveat to all this is that you need to be a Telus customer with a monthly plan.