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The Latest Innovations in Printing

By Christine Persaud
In a day and age when social media has taken over, one might think that physical prints are on the decline. But to the contrary, we still desire to have something tangible. Just ask any parent who spends an arm and a leg for school photos of their children. Art projects and scrapbooking remain a popular pastime. As with books, vinyl records, and other mediums we can touch and feel, prints are making a comeback.

Locking ban makes stronger case to avoid phone contracts

By Ted Kritsonis

Starting on Dec. 1, carriers will no longer be able to sell smartphones locked to their network, potentially opening up a stagnant wireless market in Canada. If it does make it easier to leave from one carrier to go to another, will Canadians take advantage of the opportunity?

5 Ways to Pay From Your Phone

By Christine Persaud
A report from Catalyst indicated that 33% of Canadian consumers planned to make more mobile payments in 2016 than they did in 2015. Naturally, the proposed adoption was highest among millennials.

Online Privacy and VPNs – Virtually Private or Very Porous Networks?

by Lee Rickwood
Virtual private networks promise enhanced security and privacy online. But let’s face it: any such offering is providing us with protection from a product or service that has no right to be dangerous in the first place. The unfettered growth and commercial potential of the Internet has given us products that are unsafe from the get-go. Are VPNs the answer?

Software and Apps for Filing Your Taxes

By Christine Persaud
Tax season is upon us once again, and it can be a frightening task for both individuals/families and businesses. Luckily, there are plenty of software options, and even apps, that can help ease the filing burden.

4 great cloud sites for startups

By Christine Persaud
If you’re a business start-up, chances are you don’t have tons of money to spare on sophisticated local back-up storage, or remote servers. And even so, using the cloud can also be a great secondary safeguard for your sensitive and important data. But which service should you choose?