In a world populated by iPhones and Flip cameras we’re starting to see video captured in more places. For the adventuring set–those that like to climb mountains, sky dive, hurl themselves down hills on thin layers of material or a pair of wheels (and I count myself among the most timid of this number) there […]

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Your guide to the Nintendo 3DS Nintendo’s newest dual-screen handheld system has launched in Canada, and it’s a sure-fire hit! Packed with impressive new technologies and cool new features, they’re flying off the shelves of stores across the country. 3D is where the fun starts, but the 3DS takes it to the next level with […]

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TELUS has thrown down the gauntlet for smartphone users with the HTC Desire HD. You wanted a bigger, better, beefier smartphone? You’ve got it. The natural comparison out there will be with the iPhone. HTC has anticipated those comparisons and equipped the HTC Desire HD with a whole host of features that compare quite nicely. […]

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I’ve been looking into upgrading the hard drive on my laptop for the past few months. With two operating systems and a ton of media on-board I found that the 320GB drive inside was a little crammed, and it was a little slow for my tastes despite being a 7200RPM drive. I’ve been looking into […]

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An innocuous $5 app on the Mac App Store has helped transform my productivity, and made billing for tasks a whole lot easier. It seems like such a simple thing, but there’s an elegance to its simplicity. TicToc from Overcommitted is a simple, lightweight time tracking program that makes it easy to record how long your […]

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It’s a testament to the versatility of the tablet market to see how many new tablet stands there are out there. Walk into any store and you’ll find no shortage of props, cradles, and grippers to keep your tabled erect and upright. Apple’s official iPad case even ships with a built-in stand feature, letting you […]

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Three major telecom corporations in Canada have received permission from the communications governing body known as the CRTC (Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission) to charge subscribers on a per-Gigabyte basis for Internet use. This type of pricing scheme, known as Usage Based Billing, has been decried by Canadian consumers as unfair. It’ s not hard […]

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Genesis is a new beginning for multifunctions. In the beginning there were printers and scanners. They were separate, they were slow, and they were HUGE. As time passed, the printer and the scanner got a little cozy, giving birth to the multifunction. They were still slow and still HUGE. It’s a new beginning for Lexmark […]

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Unboxing the Boxee Box

On January 25, 2011 By

The Boxee Box is D-link’s hardware implementation for the open-sourced Boxee software. It’s a uniquely designed piece with a striking design. Powered by an Intel® Atom processor, it’s capable of connecting to your home network, USB sources, or SDHC cards for local streaming, as well as pulling down high quality video from the web through […]

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As the file navigation utility at the heart of OS X the Finder app has always had a contentious standing with Mac users. Some are convinced that it is complete as-is, and needs no enhancement, while others constantly strive to bring new functionality to their own desktops and to OS X users everywhere. TotalFinder is […]

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