By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla 2013’s International CES is now history. We look back at some of the displays that defined this year’s biggest consumer tech show.
By Ted Kritsonis
Israel is a country that is almost always in the news for either political reasons or tourism, but the tiny state is making a name for itself as a hub for startup tech companies. On a recent high-tech mission to the country, we got to see some of the startups that are looking to change the world.
Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla It is the season of huge technology product announcements. How products are unveiled and presented to the public is a critical component towards a product’s long term success.
Literally and figuratively, new technology developed in Ontario is like icing on the cake.
by Lee Rickwood
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Anyone who has been dinged by their carrier’s roaming charges knows it’s no fun. Here are some tips to stay connected without getting bled dry. In a perfect world, there would be no roaming charges for…
Asked about online preferences, many Canadians say they’d rather have a few close friends than a large network of social network contacts.
by Lee Rickwood
By Lee Rickwood
The biggest and brightest TVs out there — now called smart TVs — have Wi-Fi, Ethernet and high speed Internet connectivity, and each one is a potentially open door into not just your viewing habits.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla With no new handsets coming until the end of 2012, Research in Motion is doubling up its efforts to provide users a more compelling array of applications on their existing BlackBerry devices.