If your laptop is your primary computer, and you’ve been using it as the only screen to get work done at home, you may be doing it wrong.
PDFs are a ubiquitous file format that are easy to manage, unless you have to edit them, and that’s when you need a PDF editor.
There is a battle brewing between developers and the app stores that Apple and Google both manage. As you may have guessed, it’s over money.
When the Ontario Regiment Museum reopens tomorrow it will showcase an AI Corporal Lana who will scan patrons for COVID as they enter.
Apple will be releasing bundles under the name Apple One at the same time as their new devices that will put all your Apple services together
Zoom launches a suite of new features to spruce up your conference calls, including filters, low light, reactions, and noise suppression.
SpaceX brought home their 2 astronauts from the International Space Station after a 63-day mission to help certify for operational travel.
Google invests $450 million into ADT which represents 6.6% of the stock. The two will partner to expand the smart home security offering.
Yesterday at 7:50 AM EST NASA launched the Perseverance in to Orbit.
Konami gets in to the Gaming PC space by getting ready launch their Arespear.
AMC and Universal have agreed on a new timeframe of 17 days for digital release.
Microsoft is getting ready to launch their Family Safety App to help you monitor your kid’s screen usage and game time.
CES 2021 will be a digital only experience allowing you to have a front row seat to every presentation.
Garmin sufferd a ransomware attack at the end of last week which rendered their connect program inactive.
Telus launches Track+ with it’s plans to help you track your belongings over LTE.
Top Gun; Maverick and A Quiet Place Part 2 have been added to a long list of big-screen movie titles that are delayed for release.
Bill and Ted Face the Music will be released simultaneously on digital and in theatre on September 1st.
China is set to launch the Tainwen-1 to Mars for the purpose of orbit, land and explore for one year.
NASA is launching Perseverance in to Mars to gather important data for future exploration.
The UAE successfully launched the space probe ‘Hope’ yesterday as the beginning of its venture to Mars.
A record $340 million Canadian will be invested in to Clio to help with software geared toward creating efficiencies in smaller law firms to offset costs.
Ottawa partners with Bird Canada to pilot e-scooters to give consumer and commuters other options to get around the city.
Instagram is launching their shops using Facebook Pay to help clients check out in a timely, safe and secure manner.
Nissan is set to release their 480 km range SUV named Ariya which will be packed with multiple drivetrains and technology.
TraffiKFlo will launch in Canada for $90 and will help control the number of patrons in your business as it reopens.
The UAE is sending its first ship to Mars just in time to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Tesla drops the opening price point on the Mode Y by $3,000 after strong second quarter results.
Sony has invested $340 million in to Epic games, just after Epic helped Sony with the new tech in the PS5.
Thunderbolt 4 it loaded with speed, tech and universal application to enhance your computing experience.
Mmhmm is ready to take your mundane Zoom meeting to a whole new level of fun with a TV show feel.
BMW looking at expanding offers for subscription services to features and technology.
Google and Fitbit acquisition held up from European Commission over user data.
Amazon acquires Zoox to help them fill their vision of Autonomous hailing and ride sharing for 1.2 billion dollars.
Google has acquired Canadian-based smart glass company, North. This acquistion will add to Google’s already strong presence in their Kitchener-Waterloo tech centre.
Facebook boycott starts July 1st and big name companies are taking part.
Cineplex’s deal fell through with Cineworld. So what is their next play? Is there an opportunity for more digital new releases?
Shopify partners with Walmart to allow Shopify sellers on the Walmart Marketplace. A deal that will give small and medium size resellers access to 120 million people a month.
Intel launches their Hybrid Technology cores as part of their 10th generation processor. Improving efficiency, battery life and decreasing overall footprint.
Amazon has put a hold on Law Enforcement using their Recoknition software or concerns of human rights and privacy violation. They will continue to offer the software to organizations against human trafficking.
Samsung re-enters the Canadian notebook market with the new Galaxy Book S, Ion and Flex that was launched in the US last year.
Mike Agerbo discusses the following items to help with dealing with self-isolation, working from home and keeping your tech clean
Duncan Stewart is Deloitte Canada’s fortune-teller of tech. There are many areas he’s responsible for analyzing, but these are his top three for 2020.
We had the chance to chat with Chris Fabes from Lenovo at CES and he shared with us some of the exciting new products coming
Review by Myranda Wicks GetConnected saw the TimeFlip device at CES 2019, so we brought it in and asked if anyone in the Blink office
As technology enables remote working for more professions outside of real estate, insurance, and sales, more and more professionals use their car as a mobile
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