The $99 Wii Mini is coming to Canada, but does it make sense to buy one?
Despite a rocky start, Nintendo’s latest shows promise for both kids and kids-at-heart.
Underdog Archos is preparing a new tablet that may change the way you think about big-screen mobile gaming
Like clockwork, every Friday we present you with the best tech deals at your local electronics retailers.
In this week’s Tech Talk show, I chat about some of my favourite back-to-school products and also catch up with tech analyst Carmi Levy about the pros and cons of buying a brand name computer (versus a locally-built one).
From flash memory to flashing music earbuds to an entry level ultrabook with free Xbox 360, this week’s hot tech deals are worthy of your attention.
You’ve probably played at least one Android or iOS game by now… and soon it’s going to be a whole lot easier to play them on your high-def TVs.
On this Canada Day edition of Tech Talk, an hour-long radio show I host on Montreal’s CJAD 800, we talk about technologies invented in the Great White North, plus we also catch up with Sharon Vinderine from Parent Tested, Parent Approved (PTPA) about winners of the Tech It Up! campaign.
“Game Loading” screens can be slightly annoying to impatient gamers, but Sony has an idea that could be downright infuriating – advertisements.
A new motion sensor for touch-free PC control threatens to make Microsoft’s Kinect obsolete.