WiFi HiFi's John Thomson discusses how he replaced the original radio in his 1976 VW Bus with the new NEX 3400 from Pioneer, powered by Apple CarPlay.
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Cadillac Canada is changing how Canadians shop for vehicles with Cadillac Live, a hybrid personal shopper and live interactive digital showroom.
As part of an ongoing series highlighting influential women in Canadian tech, this week, we talk in-depth with Sara Hurst, Director, Client Development and Success at SAP Concur.
Upon receiving a pair of ATH-SR30BT wireless headphones from Audio-Technica to review, I was excited to test out these affordable ($119) ‘phones to see how they stack up against my favourites in the same class.
Remember a time when smartphones were actually used for tasks like receiving and making phone calls, messaging, surfing the Web, and even playing with apps? That's still the case today. But the most important feature by far has become the camera.
As part of an ongoing series highlighting influential women in Canadian tech, this week, we talk in-depth with Carol Leaman, CEO, Axonify
Once you've finished building an AV system, there are several additional pieces of gear that are worth investing in to maximize its performance.
There's a trade-off when it comes to the conveniences and personalization benefits we enjoy today thanks to tech. We can acquire tons of loyalty points with retailers, receive targeted advertisements, get discounts on items that we need (or want), and enjoy an overall customized experience from the brands we love. But it all comes at a price.
The middle model in Samsung's new Galaxy S10 line-up hits all the right notes.
Cutting the cord. It describes our desire to shift away from expensive linear television service packages with thousands of channels to a curated selection of content through a subscription-based over-the-top (OTT) service. Streaming TV has been on the rise, and Netflix is the constant. But other services have come (and gone). And now, Apple wants in.
I didn't have to ask very many questions. Bruce Schepers, 63, loves to talk about the business in which he has thrived for 46 years. If I had one challenge, it was to get Bruce to talk about his life outside of the business, aside from a boast about how lucky he is that his wife has put up with his work.