From the moment you pick up the Samsung Galaxy S6, the upgrades to the mobile device are immediately obvious, and they’re welcome considering how the new phone feels much more premium than any of its predecessors.
There is no shortage of Bluetooth speakers, and yet the Inateck Mini HiFi Bluetooth Speaker is noteworthy because it hits all the right notes at a very affordable price, and with a portable, light and sturdy design.
Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited has arrived in Canada, offering up over 750,000 books for $9.99 on Kindle devices, plus Kindle apps for Apple and Android devices.
The New Year is upon us, and whether you just want a new gadget to start out 2015, or if you are looking for something to compliment your home, or to take with you on your next trip, here are a few great items that are worth checking out. Check out these impressive products from Samsung, Linksys, Belkin, Slingbox, WeMo, and Wink.
Samsung Canada announced today that the new Galaxy Note 4, which includes the newly reimagined S-Pen, will launch on October 24 in Charcoal Black and Frost White with all major Canadian carriers and retailers.
Sonos is helping their customers cut cables with a software update that now allows their speakers to work without any additional hardware, like the Sonos Bridge, and without wired connections.
Belkin’s ever-expanding home automation and remote control ecosystem is ever expanding, and last week they announced the availability of their new WeMo LED Starter Set and WeMo Smart LED Bulbs, which give you control over scheduling, customizing, and otherwise controlling your household lights from your smartphone or tablet.
The Samsung Galaxy S5, which currently is available in Charcoal Black and Shimmery White, will be debuting two new colours soon for Canadians: Copper Gold and Electric Blue.
Logitech revealed the very customizable Logitech G502 Proteus Core tunable gaming mouse earlier this week, which features a 12,000 DPI sensor that can be tuned to any surface thanks to their Delta Zero technology.
On April 8, Microsoft will officially stop all support for Windows XP, which debuted a startling 12 years ago and is still being used today on thousands of machines across the world. Support for Office 2003 is also coming to an end on the same day.