FixMeStick is a cool self-propelled hardware-based virus removal gadget that runs directly from a USB stick, created by a Montreal based company of the same name. There’s no software to install. All you have to do is insert it in the USB port of your PC, launch the FixMeStick software and you’re off to the races. It’s that simple.
It’s nice to have a little extra juice for your phone without having to carry around an extra battery or a bulky charger specifically for one model. Enter Powerocks Super Magicstick. It’s a cylindrical shaped power bank that resembles either a lipstick case or maybe a small cigar, depending on the way you look at it, which can charge most smartphones at least once and maybe even twice.
At the time of writing there have been over 49.58 billion downloads from the Apple App Store and a new milestone of 50 billion downloads is just around the corner. Once again, to thank their customers, Apple is offering up a US$10,000 App Store Card for the person who downloads the 50 billionth app.
Back in February, here at CanoeTech Blog, we had an opportunity to review the NetTALK Duo Wi-Fi VOIP system as an alternative to a traditional landline. Now, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, we’re going to see if you have the luck of the Irish as you, our readers, get an opportunity to win one for yourself or your favourite leprechaun.
At this time of the year my InBox usually gets flooded with heart-infused PR pitches vying for my attention. But when this one arrived with the subject line – “Tis the season to be single & selfish – treat yourself with the perfect gift this Valentine’s Day,” I was teetering on “Return to sender”, but my actual reply was a single word – “Really?”