This time on CTV Tech talk we looked at a variety of dash cameras.
Dash cameras are growing in popularity because they’re an excellent way to give yourself some insurance if you ever get into an accident. Wondering why you should get a dash camera or what dash cameras can do? Click here to read our article that answers those questions.
As part of our series on dash cameras, we’re checking out some of the top brands. Papago is one of them, and guest blogger Ron Leung had a chance to try one of their cameras for a month. This is his review. Continue reading “Papago GoSafe 760 dash camera review”
Dash cams may have once seemed like an extravagance; the tech toy of a crazy car buff wanting to show off.
Do I need a dash camera?
These days there are many more practical reasons for getting a dash cam. In-car recordings are increasingly making news and being used as evidence but there are other reasons you should consider a dash cam now too. Continue reading “Why get a dash camera & what to look for in a dash camera”
I’ve always thought virtual reality is something for teenage boys, and gamers. The appeal to a middle aged woman like me has been limited up to now. But thanks to Samsung, I’m starting to see the promise of virtual reality and how it can be expanded from gaming to real life applications. Continue reading “Virtual reality Coldplay concert with Samsung Gear VR”
It’s all about the science of beauty on Tech Talk TV this month! Continue reading “Best new beauty gadgets – CTV Tech Talk”
One of the best new features of Google Home is the ability to use it to control your smart home devices, like smart Philips Hue lighting.
For those who are still learning about this new device, Google Home is a smart speaker and digital assistant that can also be used to control a variety of gadgets in your home by simply asking. Google Home is controlled merely by saying, “OK Google,” followed by a command. Continue reading “Starting out with Philips Hue Lights & Google Home”
We’ve been looking at just how easy it can be to run smart gadgets in your house using Google Home. Philips Hue lights are one of the compatible systems that work with Google Home allowing you to ‘talk’ to your smart Hue lights. Here’s exactly how to talk to your Google Home and Philips Hue bulbs. Continue reading “How to talk to Philips Hue & Google Home”
It’s been HOT where I live. Really, bakingly hot. The kind of heat where you don’t want to turn on the oven for dinner, or even boil water. Lighting candles is out of the question. Despite the fact that some subtle flickering ambiance is nice, adding anything that says ‘heat’ is not happening. That’s why I love Playbulb’s new electronic candles, Candle S. Continue reading “New Playbulb Candle S; now rechargeable & brighter”
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have been out for a while now, and to go with it, there’s plenty of new Galaxy-ready gear. Whether you need a proper case, charging cables or other accessories, there are some new options from different companies. Continue reading “Need Samsung accessories? These are perfect for the new Galaxy S8+”
I’d first seen this futuristic space age style tent on someone’s Instagram post. It was slung in an impossibly strange place hovering over a body of water, strapped inexplicably to some trees. It was a tent, but looked like a type of hovering spacecraft. I had to know more about what this crazy contraption was.
I learned eventually that what I saw was a Tensile tent and ever since I’ve been dying to give one a try. Continue reading “Tree tents – Reviewing Tentsile Connect suspension tent”
Typing is for chumps.
Savvy techies today are talking to their devices, using their voices to interact with technology, rather than typing commands into a web browser online. You’ll see it in a series of new smart home digital assistants; Amazon’s Echo (not yet available in Canada) Apple’s soon-to-be-revealed Home, and of course Google’s Home device is now available in Canada. Continue reading “Google Home Review – what a digital assistant can do for you”