Love online shopping? You’re not alone. It’s actually becoming a popular pastime in Canada. But in order to protect your computer — and your personal identity – be sure to take heed to these online shopping safety tips.
Imagine if your smartphone could tell you when there was an available parking spot on the street – so you can stop circling endlessly to find one by chance. ‘Parko’ aims to be that solution.
FinderCodes identification tags can be attached to virtually anything and make it easy for lost items to be returned to their owners.
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It’s a great fit in a home entertainment setting, but Microsoft’s Kinect is ready to help you tackle your wardrobe dilemmas, too.
How’s that New Year’s Resolution about getting fit working out for you? While your intentions were honourable, you might’ve already given up on the notion of exercising more and eating healthier. Well, a new iOS app might be able to help with the former.
New research suggests women are more likely than men to pick up the latest high tech gizmo.
A Canadian survey finds 95 percent of women would feel annoyed if their companion used their smartphone while on a date. And most respondents would prefer a real Valentine’s Day card as opposed to a digital one.
Hoping to find a digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera under the tree this year? Or if you already own one, do you want to take better-looking shots this weekend? Regardless of the scenario, a new digital book for iPad can help you out.