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Google Chrome for Mac

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Google knows that in order for its OS to gain mass acceptance, it has to sell the merits of its standalone browser. Pushing Chrome into the mainstream, even if Mac and Linux have a small share of the market.

The Chrome browser has been a personal favourite on Windows- its speed, stability and simplicity has made Apple’s Safari and even the venerable Mozilla Firefox feel bloated and slow.

Scosche’s IDR350m earphones with tapLINE control

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

It’s always pleasant to find a product that performs and works better than similar products that cost twice as much. Scosche’s IDR350m earphones are such a product.

2010: The Year of the Tablet PC

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What are the benefits of a tablet computer today? A compact and connected multi-touch based computer is a nice adjunct to desktops and notebooks specially for traveling and light-use computing.

PayPal pushes mobile payments

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

PayPal continues diversify the way e-payments are made. The leading online payment service provider, PayPal has gone beyond catering to e-tailers and eBay traders and has managed to cap 2009 by introducing ways to pay via Twitter, smartphones and has provided the payment backbone for BlackBerry’s new App World store.

“Google Phone” buzz emerges

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Leaked this week via Twitter, various blogs and websites was the “Google Phone”. An Android smartphone that has been distributed internally to Google employees for field-testing. Many believe that this is the ultimate Android smartphone under Google’s full control and supervision.

Google’s OS is Cloud Bound in 2010

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Google recently announced its Chrome desktop OS that is set to launch in 2010. What makes the Google OS is unique is that it works entirely inside the Google Chrome browser with tabs as the main means of navigation between programs.

Apple’s Magic Mouse Reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple’s history of mouse making comes with a few hits and many misses. The Mac and iPod maker’s insightful design and legendary ease of use fails to translate to their wired and wireless mouse design. While their notebook trackpads are considered the best in the business, the desktop counterparts leave much to be desired.

Meet the Team

Ted Kritsonis Ted Kritsonis, consummate freelancer and eminent tech guru, is the guy who brings his game when we need it. He contributes to numerous publications in Canada and the US, and formerly was editor of Macworld Canada. His passion…