Taken at the Toshiba media preview for new products arriving this summer ahead of back-to-school season. The AMOLED screen is incredibly crisp and vibrant, and the device is the perfect size for mobile use.
The Carlu in Toronto was glowing last night, thanks to some flashy wristbands, as guests and VIPs were treated to performers, artists, and music to promote the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy SIII, the company’s latest phone which became available today.
Over the last year and a half, I’ve become a bit of a Nespresso fanatic. I’ve had a machine in my new home almost since the first day we moved in, and I make myself an espresso almost every day. Being a Nespresso-lover in Canada is not quite as easy as it is in other parts of the world though.
The avalanche of tablets of all shapes and sizes has been growing for a while now, but aside from Apple, Samsung is one of the few companies with a tablet that bears remembering in the cluttered device marketplace. Looking at the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, I was impressed with what the tablet had to offer, and if you have had experience with the Samsung Galaxy phones the company has been offering for years, it will seem instantly familiar.
We may not have flying cars (yet), or robots that serve our every needs, but Google is championing at least one technology that could change the world as we know it, and bring the hopes of so much science fiction to reality.
The news has been filled today with references to the rush that was ignited with the sale of the new iPad 3. People started lining up last night to purchase the latest version, and even Apple’s stock hit a new high based on the release alone. The funny thing is too that the iPad 3 is barely an upgrade over the last version, but that doesn’t matter to the crowd that are drinking Apple’s Kool-Aid, as it were–they must. have. it.
Star Wars fans will have a new way of wielding their Lightsaber soon as LucasArts revealed that they would debut Kinect Star Warsfor Xbox 360 on April 3 for $49.99.
Aside from my early days on the Commodore 64, I’ve been a PC guy for most of my life, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like Apple–it just mean that I prefer PCs.
I’ve had the original Samsung Galaxy a little over a year-and-a-half, and it’s still a kick ass phone, but right now I am basically drooling at the thought of the Galaxy Nexus and all the super powers it would grant me.
Browse through the third installment of The GATE’s Holiday Gift Guide as I review some of the hottest gadgets and accessories for the holiday season. Reviewed items include: Nu Force BT-8600 Bluetooth Headphones, Verbatim Wireless Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard, Powerskin for Samsung Galaxy, Warpia StreamHD, Jabra Supreme Bluetooth Headset, and the Griffin Helo TC.