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Top Canadian Websites Disclose Personal Data

Canadian websites are disclosing information to third parties, apparently without the knowledge or consent of the site visitor – and possibly in violation of federal privacy law.

by Lee Rickwood

Review: Microsoft Surface

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla     Microsoft has just released its iPad competitor the sleek and innovative Surface tablet. Running a derivative of their mobile OS, Surface aims to bring a new entrant into the tablet space.

There’s Not Enough Canadian Internet Capacity for the Both of Us

The country’s Internet ‘backbone’ is so weak that everyday Internet transmissions often travel outside the country (where the infrastructure is more robust) – even when the data is sent from one location in this country to another.

by Lee Rickwood

Canadian Live Tech Demo Shows Your Data on the Internet

At a special technology event this weekend, you can see pictures of where data travels on the Internet, just like you’re looking at friend’s vacation diary or something. But following data around is a lot more difficult to do, for a host of technical, physical, business and regulatory reasons.

by Lee Rickwood

Google + : One Year Later

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla The Google + social network has been around for a year and I think I have finally figured it out.

The netTalk Duo and its cheap phone calls go Wi-Fi

By Ted Kritsonis

The netTalk Duo Wi-Fi is a successor unit to the original VoIP device that offers free calls to all of Canada and the U.S., with an extra incentive being that this one doesn’t have to plug into a computer or router to do its job.

Samsung NX210 Smart Camera Review

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Integrating its app-driven smartphone interfaces with Wi-Fi connectivity and an impressive DSLR-sized 20.3 megapixel image sensor, Samsung’s NX210 ‘Smart Camera aims to impress.