The team that created the GameShell retro handheld console a few years ago is back again with a new, lust-inducing machine, the DevTerm.
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.
Mike had to upgrade his drives in his storage device. In this video we’ll show you how to avoid breaking the tray (which is easy to do)
What do you do if you need technical support and have a disability? Fortunately there are free services from key tech companies that can help
Apple is now selling a number of it’s new laptops and a slew of accessories on Amazon Canada including some sale items
Video calling is now the norm, so what if you could move beyond your computer’s aging webcam and use a DSLR or mirrorless camera instead?
Apple’s “One More Thing” event unveiled 3 new personal computers and their new flagship processing chip, the M1.
Whether you’re running a business or working from home, Logitech’s MX products may be one way to tie multiple computers together.
We’re checking out some of the latest models of solid state drives (SSD) from VAVA, Western Digital (WD) and Lexar.
The iPad Air is bringing a huge jump in performance to Apple’s most popular model, along with some smart new hardware features
Apple announced a new bundle and a subscription based Fitness program during today’s #AppleEvent for the Apple Watch
Mike and John take a look at some of the latest Microsoft Surface devices for all budgets and use case scenarios.
Mike Agerbo shows off some affordable back-to-school tech gadgets, including a device that will let you store and access your data anywhere.
Educate yourself with these high-tech gadgets. Mike Agerbo shows off the must-have back-to-school computers and smartphones.
John Biehler shows off some of the latest products and accessories from Microsoft that might be a perfect fit for back to school or work.
On Global BC’s Morning News, John Biehler shared some news and a few Asus products to help with your back to school or work needs
Toshiba has sold its remaining laptop business to Sharp and their Dynabook business.
Looking to give your old computer one job to do? Plug in a StartMeStick and you may be able to breathe new, one-dimensional life to it.
This morning at 1:12 am EDT, SpaceX launched to deploy 57 Starlink satellites and 2 BlackSky satellites into low earth orbit.
Today’s virtual Unpacked event announced the Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones, Watch3, Tab S7 tablets, Galaxy Buds Live & the Galaxy Z Fold2
Konami gets in to the Gaming PC space by getting ready launch their Arespear.
Breaking free of the Facebook Event habit isn’t easy but if you want another option, Eventbrite might be the ticket.
It’s become more clear every day that engaging with any Facebook property isn’t good for your privacy. Removing the Facebook app is a good start
Dell launches a new XPS Desktop featuring loads of power, 2 colours and a slightly smaller and minimalist design.
Have some fun with a free virtual audio sampler in your MacBook Pro’s Touchbar.
The Public Beta Program signup is now available to everyone to try out the beta software.
Thunderbolt 4 it loaded with speed, tech and universal application to enhance your computing experience.
You can now easily choose between a Windows or MacOS theme for your Pi4 Desktop experience.
Looking for a way to fix Mac Bluetooth issues? Here are a couple solutions that might help you out, and improve the audio quality.
Apple is moving to macOS 11 with Big Sur. It’s got some exciting changes under the hood including a bold move towards the future.
Apple’s move to ARM is inevitable, but the freak-out by “pros” is just clickbait journalism and short-sighted folks who like to bluster in internet comments. Don’t @ me.
Today Apple’s WWDC launches with a Keynote at 1PM EST / 10AM PST. This event is virtual due to COVID-19. Enjoy a front row seat to this years conference.
On the advent of WWDC 2020, it’s time to get serious. Here are five technologies Apple needs to fix this year.
Intel launches their Hybrid Technology cores as part of their 10th generation processor. Improving efficiency, battery life and decreasing overall footprint.
Apple to launch trade-In program in Canada for Macs. Users will be able to trade towards a new Mac in-store after June 18.
This week, on Global BC’s Noon News Hour, Mike Agerbo shared some tech gifts that you still have time to order before Father’s Day.
Samsung re-enters the Canadian notebook market with the new Galaxy Book S, Ion and Flex that was launched in the US last year.
Pi Lab has created the ultimate nostalgic version of Raspbian for the Raspberry Pi 4 single board computer, with their releases of Raspbian XP and Raspbian 95.
On this week’s Global BC Noon News, Mike Agerbo discussed tips to be more productive at home.
HUAWEI has pushed ahead with highly anticipated product announcements. We go hands on with new tablets, folding phones, notebooks and a new APP store!
On Global News Tech Talk today, we’re helping you save space with Thunderbolt 3 hubs. Build powerful workstations without overwhelming workspace clutter.
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
A highlight of every CES is always a visit to the sprawling Samsung booth. Mike Agerbo shares what we saw this year.
On Global News Tech Talk we’re talking Canadian Black Friday deals on tech. Check out our favourite deep discounts from Google, Amazon and more.
On Global News Tech Talk we cover creative gear from Apple. From their new MacBook Pro 16 to the iPad Pro 11. Plus, accessories from Hip Product Factory.
Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC2019) is an exciting time for developers, but they’re not the only ones paying attention. Apple users tune in, too, because this
On this week’s Tech Talk, Mike Agerbo brings Global News an exclusive look at some of the Apple products recently announced at the Apple Spring
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