Greg Gazin - October 2nd, 2012
Want to legally take calls in your vehicle, but don’t want to wear a Bluetooth earpiece while driving? Or perhaps while in the car, there’s a call for the family? In either case, you certainly need a gadget that can be placed within earshot that you can use hands-free. One solution is the new SuperTooth Crystal ($69.99). It’s a wireless speakerphone that connects to your iPhone or Smartphone via Bluetooth 3.0.
Greg Gazin - September 28th, 2012
Back in 2010, here at CanoeTech Blog we previewed the Jorno foldable keyboard, a small and innovative solution for those who loved their mobile devices but preferred the touchy-feely of a real keyboard. It has still not yet come to market, as it seems the creators are in need of some cash and are looking at crowdsourcing the funding.
Greg Gazin - March 23rd, 2012
When we make credit or purchases at the store we always keep our card in sight and carefully hide our pin number from prying eyes; We’re savvy about emails promising us the lion’s share of a Nigerian estate settlement and those that congratulate us on winning the Irish Sweepstakes when we’ve never set foot outside of Canada or even bought a ticket. We are always on high alert knowing that these tactics are fraudulent and we know they’re a scam.
But can we truly manage to keep from falling prey to cyber predators?
Steve Tilley - November 8th, 2011
Carrying a physical Starbucks Card in your wallet is sooooo early 2011. Now, you can pay for your coffee with your iPhone.
Planning on ordering an extra hot, half-caf, non-fat macchiato with whip on the side this morning? There’s an app for that! (Fortunately it can be used for, you know, regular coffee too.)
Guest - September 8th, 2011
The vast majority of Canadians go online to pay their bills but fewer than one-in-10 use mobile banking to manage their money, according to a new poll.