The Samsung Galaxy S21 5G hits a perfect balance of size, style, power, and affordability. Samsung has made a number of improvements from last year’s S20, and that includes better speed, software, new features, and major camera upgrades as well. And on top of everything else, the price is right.
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Burns Night is going virtual, and there are a lot of ways you can take part to toast and celebrate Scotland’s National Bard, Robbie Burns.
This winter in Ontario we’re facing numerous COVID precautions, and at the same time the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) wants to make everyone aware that it’s not safe to go out on any lakes or other bodies of water this season.
“What Have You Done To Me” is Christee Palace’s stylish and sultry new single. The moody and evocative song sets a tone that’s dark, but lush, and Palace blurs genres with a story a lot of people will find very relatable.
Samsung went virtual once again for their Unpacked event, unveiling the new Samsung S21 5G, S21+ 5G, and S21 Ultra 5G, and their new premium earbuds, Galaxy Buds Pro.
The venue may have changed, not to mention the format, but CES 2021 is live this week, and there’s a lot of news coming out of the virtual conference from some of the world’s biggest tech brands.
Enter now for a chance to win one of three January movie prize pack from Paramount Pictures, featuring four of their latest Blu-ray and DVD releases: Spell on Blu-ray, Jungleland on DVD, Dreamland on Blu-ray, and Wander on DVD.
“Only Us” is a new style for DYLYN, from what I’ve heard, and it shows a whole new edge to the Canadian artist. The ballad walks the line between pop and rock, carried by the singer’s somber vocals, and emotional lyrics.
Kaeley Jade has a voice like an angel, and her new single “Bittersweet” hooked me from the very start.
Valley’s “There’s Still A Light In The House” put the band on the map in 2020, and it was one of 2020’s standout indie rock singles. With their new single, “All The Animals I Drew As A Kid,” the band is showing their depth, and range, with a slow burning ballad that’s sad and sweet, off their new EP, sucks to see you doing better.