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Samsung N220: A typical netbook with extra-long battery life

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Samsung’s a bit newer to the game than older players like MSI, ASUS, Dell and Toshiba but it can be considered a true contender when you look at their N220 netbook that’s got the features everyone else has got but offers twice the battery power in nearly the same size.

Why the iPad makes women iRoar!

By Sandra De Freitas

iLove my iPad, but I will be the first to admit that when I first heard about it I wasn’t so sure if it was for me. But the geekette in me started to drool when I saw the iPad in person at a conference in Chicago…

iPhone 4: What you need to know

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

It’s June and there are long lines of people forming around Apple Stores across the US, UK, France, Germany and Japan which can only mean one thing. It is the iPhone launch day. We’ve got reports from the field, initial impressions and some surprising revelations. Here are 10 things you need to know about the iPhone 4.

New 17-inch MacBook Pro at the cutting edge of performance

Review by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

In terms of power and efficiency, the new Intel Core i5 processor coupled with the new NVIDIA 330M card will crunch pretty much anything you throw at it and not even flinch. It also runs OS X and Windows, this is simply one of the best, most powerful computers money can buy, but it ain’t cheap.

Mobilicity launches handsets and plans for Toronto

Text and photo by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Mobilicity’s pay-in-advance, unlimited service model ensures customers can use their phones as much as they want within their city coverage area without the worry of incurring extra charges. For customers travelling outside the Mobilicity unlimited network coverage area in Canada and the U.S., low per-minute-rate roaming will be available on a pay-per-use basis, as will other extra features, such as international calling, downloads and 411 directory assistance.

Virgin America to offer High Tech flights to Toronto

By Gadjo Sevilla

The airline known for its cool interior mood lighting, fast onboard Wi-Fi access and delicious food options is headed to the Great White North. Virgin America announced late Tuesday that it would be debuting its first international route starting this summer with flights to Toronto.