Tag: technology

Reviewing the Netatmo Healthy Home Coach

By Ted Kritsonis

Indoor air quality is sometimes worse than the pollution typically found outdoors, but it’s not always easy to tell that something toxic is permeating in a room. French manufacturer Netatmo new product in the Healthy Home Coach functions purely to alert consumers on what kind of bliss or squalor they’re breathing in on a daily basis.

Virtual Reality (VR) Arcade Takes Gaming Beyond Social Experience

Virtual Reality (VR) Arcade Takes Gaming Beyond Social Experience

by Lee Rickwood
It’s not only gaming and entertainment, of course: corporate applications like team-building and VR white-boarding; lifestyle activities including low-impact fitness and relaxation exercises; academic education and training, and more.

Overview: First look at Google’s new Pixel phones

Unfortunately, our review Google Pixel sporadically disconnected from our carrier network rendering it useless for calls or accessing the Internet. Our same SIM card worked without issue on five other devices. Google’s response was for us to contact our carrier, not really a helpful direction which dampens any enthusiasm I have in recommending the Google Pixel at this time.

‘Gift The Code’ Gives Technology Boost to Canadian Charities

By Yasmin Ranade
Local charity organizations often operate on tight operating budgets and, as such, rarely have the resources to take advantage of digital solutions and top-tier technology talent. That’s why Capital One Canada is launching its first-ever Hackathon in Toronto from Friday, October 21 to Sunday, October 23, named Gift the Code.