You’re out for a jog or run but you need to carry around your smart phone, keys and probably a few other things. You don’t have that many pockets and your tired of those very in attractive armbands and things bouncing up and down in your pockets. So the good folks at FlipBelt have come out with a cool little fitness accessory of the same name, so you can carry all of the above, including something as big as an iPhone 6 Plus and more, right around your waist.
Every year at this time, people rush out to costume shops, arts and craft stores or rummage through the house for bits and pieces and ready themselves to hit the streets for Halloween. Whether it’s the kids going door to door for trick or treat or maybe a company or local party, a dress-up for school or work, lots of time effort and sometimes even money are put in to dressing up as the imaginary person or thing you want to be.
Move over Lenovo, as it sounds like there may be someone else who is interested in purchasing BlackBerry. Namely, socialite-turned-reality-TV-star Kim Kardashian.
In an onstage interview with Re/code’s Kara Swisher, Kardashian expressed her love for the Waterloo, Ont.-based company.
It’s not quite a mini Star Wars Lightsaber, but the Satechi LightMate, a 4-in-1 flashlight, emergency light, glass breaker and portable USB charger that can possibly save you in a time of need. And unlike the immortalized Hollywood prop, LightMate is a real product, solidly built – made from an aluminum steel alloy that the company says can withstand the weight of an average sized car.
On Tuesday, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt launched a safety awareness campaign for unmanned air vehicles – or drones, as they’re more commonly known.
“As Minister of Transport, it’s my job to make sure we keep our skies safe for aircraft of all sizes,” Raitt said in the press release. “This campaign will help build awareness so that Canadians always think safety first and understand how to operate their drones safely and legally.”