Headsets, earbuds speakerphones are all great, but watching That 70’s Show or seeing retro in vogue, sometimes makes you yearn for yesteryear. But while the evolution of technology might make turning back the hands of time unlikely, we seem to come across gadgets that almost take us there.
HTC needs a more creative marketing department. I understand the company wants to make it sound like its new phone, the HTC One, is the only you’ll ever need. But that philosophy doesn’t really work when it has already released a One X, a One S, the One X+ and so on. And, ultimately, in another year or so HTC will have another phone, it will want you to buy. It makes you wonder if the company can come up with different names.
Since many of us have opted to do online banking, having to run to the bank to physically deposit a cheque is actually quite a pain. So now, for the first time in Canada, members at select credit unions will be able to deposit cheques directly into their account. No matter where members are, they can use the camera on their iOS devices through Deposit Anywhere, a system for remote deposit capture provided by Central 1.
The BlackBerry Z10 and Q10. (AUDE BOIVIN FILION/QMI Agency)
Perhaps asking if the Q10 will save BlackBerry is a cruel question. Certainly, with the launch of the Z10, back in January, the company formerly known as Research in Motion had shown it was able to release a smartphone that could compete in the current marketplace.