Archive for July, 2013

Google Chromecast: First Impressions

Last week, Google unveiled a new device that allows you to easily stream any video content from your phone, tablet or laptop to your TV called Chromecast. Many devices currently […]

Tech Tuesday: curved touchscreens and a 3D display that’s watchable without glasses

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I discussed these topics: Plastic skin lights up on contact, may lead to touchscreens everywhere: Engadget is reporting that researchers at UC […]

I Said Yes to Yes by Yes Yes

I just got back from a conference in Palm Springs. Not just any conference. Sure there was a hotel with a pool and a bar. But this was definitely different […]

Joshua Tree National Park

During my recent trip to Palm Springs for the YxYY conference (to be discussed in another post very soon), I had the opportunity to go on a road trip with […]

Tech Tuesday: 3d printed casts and microsatellites

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I discussed these topics: The Cortex Cast: A recent university graduate in New Zealand has an idea he’s working on that will […]

Tinkerines Litto 3D Printer

For the last little while, I’ve been playing with a new 3d printer on loan from my friends at Tinkerine Studio called the Litto. This is a mini version of […]

A Visit to The Laser Cutter Cafe

There is a cool new space that just opened in Chinatown called the Laser Cutter Cafe. It’s a popup shop that is only around for a few weeks but I […]

Brother MFC-J4510DW All In One Printer

Brother Canada recently offered their latest all in one printer, the MFC-J4510DW, for me to try out. I wasn’t sure what to expect but was pleasantly surprised when it arrived. […]

My Google Reader Replacement: Tiny Tiny RSS

With the closing of Google Reader, something that I literally used hundreds of times a day, I had to find a replacement. Everyone seemed to jump to Feedly, Flipboard, Digg, […]