Google’s new Pixel 2 smartphone has just been launched in Canada. The Android smartphone has some new features, like an always-on display, it’s waterproof, the headphone jack has been done away with (but an adapter has been provided) and there’s fun live wallpapers to choose from now. Continue reading “Google Pixel 2 XL Unboxing & What’s New”
I’ve been searching for a set of hot rollers for a while now. So I was excited when T3 Micro sent me a set of their Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe to test out. Continue reading “T3 Micro Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe Review”
The holidays are one of the busiest times of year for technology. Retailers are getting ready for the rush by learning about what’s new. I recently had the chance to attend a mini technology trade show as manufacturers touted their newest gadgets and tech to London Drugs. Continue reading “TVs become art & Augmented Reality for all – new tech”
With so many smart gadgets already in my home like connected lights, a Wi-Fi vacuum, and a smart space heater, adding a smart lock seems to make sense. Yes, security concerns have kept a lot of folks from investing in this technology, but I’ve got to believe that major manufacturers have this figured out. With strong confidence I installed the Weiser Premis digital smart lock with touch screen on my front door for testing and review.
What can Weiser Premis smart lock do?
There are plenty of choices when it comes to dash cameras. Big cameras, small ones, front facing and rear. We’ve got an article on the blog about all the dash camera options and how to choose (read that here) but today we’re reviewing the Thinkware X350. Continue reading “Thinkware X350 dash camera review”
Heading back to college or university means sourcing out some gear that can provide all the computing power you need, while being easy to use too. This time on CTV Tech Talk, we looked at a laptop, tablet, and some other tech that can help make school assignments and studying easier. Continue reading “CTV Tech Talk: Back to school gear for college students: Apple, Beats, HP, Targus”
We adjust the temperature in our homes with heaters and fans, but how often do we give a thought to the air we breathe?
I’ve recently been trying out some essential oil diffusers and it’s made me think about how nice it is to have lightly scented, humidified air in the house. It’s the kind of thing I probably wouldn’t seek out, but now that I’ve tried diffusing, I miss it when it’s not on in the home. Continue reading “Sage Wellness essential oil diffuser review”
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”
Google Home, the smart digital assistant/speaker that recently launched in Canada has gotten some new and added functionality this week.
Google Home can now recognize different voices so it can customize your user experience. One of the ways it can do that is by utilizing the second new feature: the ability to make phone calls. Continue reading “Google Home gets new functions in Canada”