Like many of you, I’ve been out shopping the Future Shop halls recently,
looking for some gadgety gifts to spread some techie holiday cheer. To me,
there’s nothing better than giving technology that easily solves a common
problem while making life easier and more enjoyable for everyone.
Of course I always insist on testing any tech before I stuff any
stockings, and this year was no different. After reading so much
about a common problem, I finally had a chance to test a new solution:
The problem this year? Easily connecting my laptop to my TV so I can enjoy my new Netflix Canada subscription on the big screen.
Every now and then I come across a PC product review worth passing on to you, in case you missed it. This one came out of the U.S., but the still warrants a quick read in my opinion since it's Canadian counterpart is very similar.
the Folks over at Engadget have reviewed the Samsung QX410, read on for the review and highlights!
Okay, t’is the season to be spooky.
Halloween is just around the corner!
We’ve all told a scary story or two, about things that
go bump in the night around this time of year. But, because this is a tech
blog, let’s change up the formula a little: Do you have any Haunted technology
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The dermatology journal, Pediatrics, recently published a report on a new computer related illness. The medical term for it is “Laptop-Induced Erythema ab igne.” The street term for it is “Toasted Skin Syndrome,” a condition in which excessive laptop heat on the skin causes discolouration or even blistering. (Google it. See for yourself!)