Is the Tablet Craze Over?

Is the Tablet Craze Over?

June 2017 brought two new tablets to the market. Microsoft launched their 2017 Surface Pro and Apple came to the table with a redesigned iPad Pro, but are either hitting the mark for what consumers are really looking for? Let’s take a look. Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro The increased screen size of the iPad has brought 20% more screen space without adding significant bulk or...

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No More Unlocking Fees for Canadian Cell Phones

No More Unlocking Fees for Canadian Cell Phones

Get ready Canada, your next cellular device will be usable on all carriers, at no extra charge! Starting December 1st, all newly sold phones will come fully unlocked. In the past, and as of this writing, if you wanted to take your cellphone to a different carrier, you were required to pay an “unlocking fee” to your service provider, which would then allow you to...

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Google Android Phones and Tablets: New Advancements for Every Android Lover

Google Android Phones and Tablets: New Advancements for Every Android Lover

Google Android phone and tablet users will rejoice at some of the advancements we will be seeing in the upcoming months. Here are the top 4 that stood out to us: Low-Light Photography Solution We understand your struggles with low-light, smart phone photography all too well. Capturing even a somewhat good looking photo with your phone under poor lighting conditions can be, well… infuriating. The good...

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Microsoft Surface: Death of a Product Line or Epic Redemption?

Microsoft Surface: Death of a Product Line or Epic Redemption?

The Microsoft Surface was the versatile solution to those looking for a computer, tablet and laptop combination that would work for every part of their life. Microsoft boasted that it would work for creatives and technical thinkers alike and provide seamless transitions between each to allow for uninterrupted workflow. This innovative solution took off with many people singing its praises. It quickly came to be...

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All We Know About the Samsung S8

All We Know About the Samsung S8

The new Samsung S8 and S8+ are here and we are excited to let you know all the things that we know, the good and the bad. The Good Infinity Display Amongst rumours of the disappearing home buttons for the iPhone, Samsung has gone right ahead and done it. The infinity display has been one of the biggest bragging features for the S8 and S8+....

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All That was Old is New Again – The Return of Nokia

All That was Old is New Again – The Return of Nokia

Throwbacks and all things vintage have been cool for a while, but usually this trend doesn’t apply to technology. As rumours swirl about the iPhone 8, Nokia is bringing back the 3310. The original 3310 was released 17 years ago in 2000. The new version will have a few more features than the original, but will still come with the fan-favourite game, Snake. So what...

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Instagram Snaps-up Another SnapChat Feature – Geostickers

Instagram Snaps-up Another SnapChat Feature – Geostickers

As each social media platform works tirelessly at outdoing each other, we have started to see a lot of overlap in features. Recently SnapChat has been the leader in innovation and has been drawing in millennials with their creative and distinctive attributes. A few months ago we saw the emergence of Instagram stories that very closely mirrored SnapChat in functionality. Now the newest features are...

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Nintendo Needs to Up its Game

Nintendo Needs to Up its Game

Nintendo and Niantic caused a worldwide sensation with the debut of Pokémon Go in July 2016, quickly surpassing other competitors to become the most used and profitable mobile app of 2016. You know that you are doing big things when you beat Candy Crust Saga for mobile game app domination! But now that it is clear that Nintendo will not see a large part of the...

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iPhone’s Unexpected Shutdowns: Apple What’s Up?

iPhone’s Unexpected Shutdowns: Apple What’s Up?

What’s the Problem? You may have heard that certain iPhones have been having issues with unexpected shutdowns. People have been reporting that their phones will turn off randomly when their batteries aren’t fully depleted. The problem is becoming known as the 30% bug. Users are frustrated with the changing battery life of their phone and have been looking for answers for over 3 months now....

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