On this week’s Tech Talk show, I chat with Sony about Canada’s first Google TV product, coming to the Great White North next month. We also catch up with Check Point, the makers of ZoneAlarm Free Antivirus to talk about the software and other freebies you can snag online.
By tracking who’s watching, Intel aims to provide customized, on-demand cable content.
If you’d like to pick up some cool tech at a hot price, the new Sympatico Flyers portal lets you in on the best deals. Here are three sales that’ll impress.
Does Apple CEO Tim Cook have his eye on a German electronics maker to help his company prepare for the launch of an HDTV?
Apple accessories come in all shapes and sizes… But Bang & Olufsen’s BeoPlay V1 might be the first that actually resembles a rumored Apple product.
In this week’s hour-long radio show, we chat with Panasonic’s Kevin Moran and Sharp’s Abraham Cherian about key features to look for in a telelvision. We discuss LED vs. plasma, motion and contrast, 3DTV and smart TV, to name a few topics. Feel free to stream the show, so you can listen while browsing Sync or the web, or download it to playback offline at a later time.
Sync is in NYC for the launch of a new speaker dock from Samsung. But this product is quite unique as it fuses old-school parts with modern technology.
Well, it’s official: Apple finally unveiled its third-generation iPad today at an invitation-only event in San Francisco. Sync was there in attendance, plus we got some hands-on time with the tablet following the announcement. Here’s the scoop.
It’s official: Apple is hosting a media event on March 7 at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater. The invitation shows an iPad, which strongly suggests the unveiling of a new tablet.
While the latest Samsung television commercials poke fun at Apple Mania, it’s hard to deny the amount of buzz iDevices get – even before they’re officially announced. Here are the latest iPad 3 rumours on the Interweb – but don’t count on any of them to be true.