Microsoft wants to know how many people are watching your TV – and charge you accordingly.
At the recent TAVES in Toronto, I caught up with the Aeria folks to chat about their mirrored TVs for virtually every room in (and even outside of) the home.
Disney’s new technology aims to create the most life-like animatronic heads.
Despite a lack of details at this year’s E3 gaming convention, Nintendo once again showed off their next-generation console, the Wii U. Here’s a peek at some of the software and features that will be coming when it debuts later this year.
In this week’s Tech Talk radio show, I can with video game blogger and TV personality Carl Edwin-Michel about his top picks from the video game expo in Los Angeles, and we also learn about what the Roku media boxes have to offer for Canadians, including how they differ from Apple TV.
Sync is here in L.A., covering all the hottest video game announcements and hands-on impressions of upcoming titles. But as you’ll read in this post, the city is abuzz about more than just games.
On this week’s radio show, we catch up with Cale Fair from Gelaskins.com about personalizing and protecting your tech toys. We also talk with Ubisoft Montreal’s Dan Hay about the eagerly anticipated Far Cry 3.
Sony’s first non-Ericsson branded smartphone in Canada combines PlayStation certification with HDMI out.
Before you complain about the cost of media, here’s a look at how much we were paying before the pre-digital revolution.