If you’re holding out for an iPhone because you can’t type well on its touchscreen, an inexpensive overlay aims to help you out. Well, it didn’t for me.
Streaming movies are convenient because you no longer need to leave the house to rent something. Then we saw a bump in quality, now delivering HD movies on services like Netflix. Well, now the audio can rival that of DVDs and Blu-ray discs thanks to Dolby Digital Plus technology. Here’s a video overview from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
From the mailbag: “I just installed Windows 7, and it’s prompting me to create a user account. Do I need to make one?”
In this video, I chat about recommended accessories for the Apple iPad. Consider this an informal “show & tell” that includes cases, bags, skins, a keyboard and stylus pen. Sync readers, what are some of your favourite accessories?
The PlayStation Move debuts in Canada on Friday, September 17, so we thought we’d be timely and share some little-known facts about Sony’s wireless motion-sensing system for the PlayStation 3.
In this video review, I show and discuss all the new features of the latest iPod nano, which is now smaller, square-shaped and with a multi-touch screen. Find out why I think this 6th-generation model is the most impressive out of all the new iPods unveiled in 2010. Enjoy!
In this informal video I talk about why Apple better not rest on its laurels with the iPhone 4, as Samsung’s Galaxy S Vibrant is one serious competitor. Powered by Android 2.1, a kickass 4-inch screen and integrated DLNA, this smartphone, in a word, sizzles. Here’s a closer look.
In this Cineplex “Gear Guide” movie theatre spot, I share a few of my favourite high-tech accessories, including a Bluetooth wristband, iPad cases, USB pendants and decorative skins for laptops and smartphones.
In this video from CES 2010, I chat about the growing trend of television manufacturers adding Internet functionality to their TVs, and why it’s a clever example of convergence that works. From on-demand movies and photo album sharing to customized news and other info, expect “widgets” to be part of your TV experience going forward.