This week we featured a number of products to increase your home security. The Schlage Encode Smart Wifi Deadbolt, the Google Nest Cam Outdoor camera
John discusses with Sonia the latest Facebook breach, deepfakes affecting companies & a new HP Chromebook
John shares with Sonia the Rodecaster Pro Podcast Production Studio and the Rode NT1-A microphones
The video podcast of our weekly GetConnected radio show
Mike and Sonia try out some new electric scooters.
Mike Agerbo shares the latest from Apple for Back to School including MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Touchbar. Belkin Boost Up cables for connecting
Mike & John share the latest 3D printers from Monoprice and Delta, BC based Tinkerine
On this week’s Tech Talk on the GlobalTV Noon News, Mike Agerbo compares four different sets of wireless (bluetooth) earbuds.
We share some of the latest cameras for outdoor action photography this summer.
The Get Connected team traveled to Shenzhen, China to tour Huawei’s campuses and learn how their products are made.
One of the highlights of visiting Shenzhen is Huaqiangbei. It’s the world’s largest electronics marketplace. The entire district is dedicated to building after building of small stalls with vendors offering everything from basic components to finished products at wholesale prices – or less as you will almost always want to negotiate the final price.
Art hidden in plain site – you never know where you’ll find these ‘invaders’ whether you are in Paris or Los Angeles
Some wearable tech seems like science fiction (and is often inspired by it) but is available to use today. Implantables are exactly what you’d think: a type of “wearable” technology that is implanted right into your body.
Navigating our world with just a smartphone has its limitations. Going beyond that, smart glasses is one path to our augmented reality future. Pushing notifications
As manufacturers create new devices and sensors that can be integrated into our clothing, the types of activities that can be tracked increases. This allows for better data gathering and ultimately better insight into the activities you are doing and informing the goals you have. They can even protect you from harm. But sometimes wearable technology is just fun to wear.
As sensors and microprocessors get smaller and we move away from one device to do everything (like our smartphones), designers are coming up with more creative ways of helping us improve our lives with technology we carry with us all the time.
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