Music lovers, listen up. rara.com is a new streaming music service that just launched across 20 countries, including Canada, providing ad-free access to more than 10 million tracks. Here’s the scoop.
Google is bringing web-based video and voice chat that “just works” to the Chrome browser, and Firefox and Opera will soon support it, too.
Save yourself some time and aggravation by always starting a new Microsoft Word document (or Outlook email) with your preferred font style and size.
Finally an affordable Wi-Fi enabled thermostat you can control over the net using any browser or smartphone.
One of the most talked-about smartphones on display at CES could give Android and iPhone a run for its money.
There weren’t too many tablets on display at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas – but at least there were some innovative twists on the form factor.
Like it or not Facebook has started displaying advertisements in users’ News Feeds.
Think BitTorrent is just for downloading movies, music, and games from sites like The Pirate Bay and IsoHunt? Think again.
Those attending next week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas can get their hands on a new “plug in privacy” solution for Windows and Mac users.
Has Canada gone e-book happy? Kobo says the Great White North and other countries have scooped many more readers. Did you receive (or gift) one over the holidays?