Keeping Your Smartphone Charged on the Go
May25

Keeping Your Smartphone Charged on the Go

Many people rely on their cell phones, and many are disappointed with the poor battery life currently on offer. So, what are the options to keep charged on the go?

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Thoughts on the Canon 600EX-RT and ST-E3-RT
Apr03

Thoughts on the Canon 600EX-RT and ST-E3-RT

If you shoot Canon and want to do wireless off-camera flash, I think Canon has finally sussed it and has provided an excellent (albeit slightly expensive) solution with the new 600EX-RT flash and ST-E3-RT transmitter.

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Eastlink vs. Aliant, Part One: Local, Bundling, and Contracts
May28

Eastlink vs. Aliant, Part One: Local, Bundling, and Contracts

In Halifax, there are two major players when it comes to home internet and television services: EastLink and Bell Aliant. When choosing between providers, there is a lot of information to take in. I’m going to break down the process and talk about various aspects of each company’s offering over four blog posts. This is the first in the series.

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Review: ReFind for Mac
Oct04

Review: ReFind for Mac

ReFind makes it easy to get to your most-used folders on your Mac with just a few keyboard strokes. It’s a bit of a power-user tool, but if you find yourself navigating to the same folders time and time again, ReFind could make your life easier.

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BlackBerry PlayBook: First Impressions
Apr18

BlackBerry PlayBook: First Impressions

In this quick post, I’ll talk about what I love about the BlackBerry PlayBook, some things that need work, and some things I hope get better very soon.

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Windows Phone 7 Review
Nov16

Windows Phone 7 Review

I’ve had the chance to put a a Windows Phone 7 device through its paces for the past week, and it’s been a fairly positive experience. The OS isn’t perfect, however, and there are a number of issues that prevent it from being 100% usable for me.

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