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Tech Tuesday: Turn Your iPhone Into a Satellite Phone & Google’s Keep

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I talked about these items: Turn Your iPhone Into A Satellite Phone: A new product from Thuraya called the SatSleeve allows you […]

DottoTech 96: App Wednesday

I was on the radio for another fun App Wednesday with Steve Dotto, David Hathaway and Art Factora and was hoping that my pick would take the crown for best […]

Windows Phone 8 & Windows RT: first looks

Recently I had a chance to check out a bunch of new Windows related products including the latest mobile phones with Windows Phone 8 and tablets with Windows RT. I […]

Roam Mobility Liberty Hotspot

Earlier this year, I was able to try out the Liberty Hotspot from Roam Mobility while at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Anytime I travel in the US, it’s always a […]

Tech Tuesday: JoggoBot & Samsung Galaxy S3 launch

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I talked about these items: JoggoBot – a modified quadcoptor that follows you by tracking a special pattern on your shirt via […]

Samsung Galaxy S III first impressions

Last week, Samsung Canada loaned me their latest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S III (or S3 as the cool kids call it) ahead of their big launch June 21th […]

Samsung Galaxy Note first impressions

After a disappointing experience with an Android tablet recently, it was timely that Samsung offered to loan me their latest Android device, the Galaxy Note. This is a bit of […]

Asus Transformer Prime tablet first impressions

Last night I finally caved and picked up an ASUS Transformer Prime TF201-B1-GR and the mobile keyboard dock for it. Yes, I actually bought a non-Apple tablet (that thinks it’s […]

Why I love Hipstamatic

Let me start by saying I don’t hate Instagram, I’m just not a fan…this post is why I love Hipstamatic (for the iPhone) and use it constantly. This post also […]

Coming full circle with the Chevy Volt

As regular readers here will know, I’ve been lucky enough to have seen the Chevy Volt from million dollar prototype stage during the 2010 Olympics, all the way through to […]