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Toshiba enters the Chromebook race with 13” model

Another vendor has tossed its hat into the increasingly competitive Chromebook arena, with Toshiba using last week’s Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) in Las Vegas...

Weezer will headline as Microsoft opens Mississauga store

Microsoft will open its fourth Canadian retail store in Mississauga, Ont. on February 8th, and will cap the grand opening weekend with a free...

BlackBerry hires new sales head from SAP

BlackBerry CEO John Chen continues to put his own stamp on the executive suite at the Waterloo, Ont.-based smartphone manufacturer, hiring former SAP AG...

Transforming laptop and tablet runs Windows and Android

Taiwanese PC manufacturer Asus says it has launched the world’s first quad-mode, dual-OS laptop and tablet convertible that can switch between Windows and Android...

HP gets hands-on with 27” all-in-one touchscreen workstation

I remember in 1986, when my family bought a 27” Sony Trinitron television. We couldn’t imagine anything bigger. Now, Hewlett-Packard Co. has debuted a...

Synnex will distribute Senkatel’s K-12 tablets in Canada

One market where new form factor devices such as tablets are finding traction is in the cost-conscious K-12 education market, and that’s one of...

The smart home makes a comeback at CES

Futurists and technology vendors have long promoted the vision of the connected smart home but, as of yet, our fridge can’t re-order milk by...

Power Pillow: Charge your phone where you lay your head

Many of us keep our smartphones on the nightstand when we lay our heads down at night. Perhaps that’s what inspired a group of...

New gaming monitors designed for long-term play

LED and gaming monitor vendor BenQ America Corp. unveiled two new gaming monitors this week at the Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) in Las Vegas. The...

Despite new smartphone, Lenovo’s strategy stays the same

As the New Year got rolling so did Lenovo by releasing its first LTE smartphone called the Vibe Z. Lenovo is not new to the...

BlackBerry placing its bets on physical keyboards

It may not be what investors want to hear, but BlackBerry diehards and purists will applaud CEO John Chen’s recent commitment to the physical...

Content gifts come with Samsung’s new NotePro and TabPro tablets

Samsung Electronics launched its new NotePro and TabPro tablet lines at the Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) in Las Vegas this week, along with a...

New Linksys router boasts retro design at CES

It’s back to the future for Linksys. The Belkin-owned wireless equipment brand used the Consumer Electronics Showcase in Las Vegas to show off a...

Smart displays finally getting a clue

Today’s smart displays, like some of LG’s units, are not only being bought by consumers, they are finally being connected to the Internet with...

The BlackBerry Z30 during the ice storm of 2013

I’m probably the last reporter to test the Z30 from BlackBerry Ltd. The product was released in Canada on Oct. 15 to mostly positive...

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