At first glance, the new Huawei Watch GT 2 46mm series looks like last year's GT model. But it offers much more, like slick-looking 3D glass with a smaller bezel, faster speed, longer battery life measured in weeks not days, more indoor and outdoor activities, a new 4GB music player, Bluetooth phone calling, and copious amounts of health and activity readings.
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The annual Mobile World Congress mobile communications show, which is held annually in Barcelona every February, has been canceled this year due to coronavirus concerns.
Express your Valentine's Day love with clever technology. Whether it's the Internet or gadgets that heighten the senses, here are my favourite ways of saying "I love you!"
My 25-foot self-made selfie stick project was a mix of bragging rights and simply having some fun. But after taking a few impressive photos around town, I realized I had created a winner and a drone slayer. Well, sort of.
The December/January 2020 issue of WiFi HiFi Magazine included our top 100 tech picks for 2019. And to devise this list, each member of the team submitted their favourite gear of the year. Here are Steve Makris' top product picks of 2019.
We're back with the WiFi HiFi holiday gift guides! Each week, we'll release a new themed gift guides, chocked-full of great tech gift ideas for different people on your list. This week, we're looking at great gifts that might not necessarily be brand new but offer great bang for your buck.
It's back! The $2,600 Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone/tablet with a bendable screen returned to a handful of Canadian Samsung Experience stores on Friday, December 6 in limited quantities and pre-orders, as previously reported.
Adobe's annual MAX creativity conference in Los Angeles kicks off today with announcements of new products for its expanding Creative Cloud online subscription apps and service. But the much-awaited availability of Photoshop for iPad stole the show for achieving a challenging task, years in the making.
The next Google Pixel smartphone, the Pixel 4, was announced in New York today. It's a lot smarter than its predecessors with advanced AI and computational photography giving users the power of professional photography with every shutter press.
Back to school calls for new, cutting-edge technology. But don't discount older tech that can still walk the walk. Here is my eclectic mix of savvy products that will help any student be properly armed for school - from smart backpacks to indoor grills, loud concert protection to affordable and safe big screen media portability.
We may not remember but most of us first drew before we could read, with pencil on paper or colour crayons on restaurant kid's menus. Sadly, we followed other endeavours in our lives leaving drawing and painting to artists.