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.
The eternal battle between Samsung and Apple rages on in the wireless Bluetooth earbud-style headphone space.
The latest native Android smartphone from Google has one interesting feature that is attractive for Canadians – the price!
Mike cracks open the Pixel 4a 5G to see the differences between it and the Pixel 5 which is actually physically smaller than the 4a 5G.
Google Photos can be a lifesaver for a whole library of images, but where does the line stand from free to paid service?
Pulse SMS serves as a unifying texting app that could work across devices, but you will need to subscribe to get the full effect.
Graham shares his thoughts about the launch of the iPhone 12 line of phones including some new accesory options from Apple
Vancouver’s Real Esate Therapist, Ricardo Ameerali, joins us to discuss how technology is reshaping residential real estate.
Mike shares his first impressions after watching the big iPhone 12 event that also brought some new products
Apple’s new smart speaker is the trojan horse that has been so needed by the ecosystem that may finally bring Siri up to par for Apple users
Amazon is back with it’s annual Prime Day deals starting on Tuesday, October 13 and going until Wednesday, October 14th.
Not everyone can own a Tesla with Sentry Mode. For the rest of us, there are products like the VAVA 1080p Dual Dash Cam
Google has overhauled its smart speaker. Mike Agerbo discusses the changes on Global BC’s Noon News Hour.
We speak with Adrian Solgaard, CEO of Solgaard, about responsible production methods in consumer tech and travel products.
Need to charge a number of devices wirelessly? Tired of waiting for Apple to release their solution? Ampere has you covered
The latest Google-powered smart speaker is the company’s latest push to adopt the Nest branding for things that go inside the home.
Otter is a speech-to-text app and service that proves its worth, but should you start paying monthly to get all its Premium features?
This October, we’re giving away the newly announced Roku Streambar, a 4K streaming device and a soundbar in one!
Google announced a quartet of new products at its virtual “Launch Night In” event, and they aren’t obscenely expensive.
Peter Croubalian, Career Services at McGill University joins us to discuss the future of post-secondary education during COVID-19 and beyond.
Our resident accessibility expert takes the latest budget Android smartphone from Google for a spin to check out the new features
Roku’s new Streambar combines it’s 4K streaming technology with a very capable soundbar into one small package
Mike Agerbo shows off some new Samsung products, including the Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Buds Live on Global BC’s Morning News Tech Talk.
Delivering what Apple promised many moons ago, this charging stand can charge your iPhone, Watch, and Airpods all in one organized place.
With the pandemic making trick or treating an issue this year, an update is coming that might be the safest way to celebrate the season.
Tile’s trackers are made to mitigate losing things, but if you want full access, you’ll need to subscribe to Tile Premium.
During the Amazon Fall Hardware Event, Ring also announced a number of security products meant for your car
Amazon announced a slew of updates to almost their entire line of in-house products during the annual hardware event.
Taking home security to a whole new level, Ring announced the Always Home Cam that is an indoor drone that patrols your home.
You don’t need to break the bank to modernize your home. Mike Agerbo shows off some simple smart home gadgets to get you started on home automation on Global BC’s Noon News Hour.
We try out one of the latest entries in ultra short throw projectors and examine why you might want one instead of a flat panel TV.
Restaurateur, Brandon Grossutti, talks to us about how he’s disrupting the food delivery service model with his new delivery service, FromTo.
We take a look at the latest portable charging packs from Logiix which can even keep your laptop alive while on the go
Editing photos needs good tools, and Adobe bundles together its vaunted Photoshop and Lightroom programs into one subscription plan.
We’re checking out some of the latest models of solid state drives (SSD) from VAVA, Western Digital (WD) and Lexar.
The Belkin Soundform Elite Hi-Fi Smart Speaker offers a great audio experience. But that’s not all you get!
Mike Agerbo has some of the highlights from Apple’s latest product launch and explains why a new iPhone is not one of them.
Mike Agerbo and Chris Pereira welcome Diana Chang to discuss how we can build connections using technology while we continue to work remotely.
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
Apple announced a slew of new features and models of the Apple Watch and accessories today during their #AppleEvent
Mike and John take a look at some of the latest Microsoft Surface devices for all budgets and use case scenarios.
On this morning’s Global BC Morning News, Mike shows off some cool news products for gamers, including a new, cheaper console from Xbox.
Microsoft Office has, in many ways, become synonymous with productivity, and for good reason. But is Microsoft 365 worth subscribing to?
Mike gets his hands on the latest version of Samsung’s flagship folding phone and shares his thoughts after using it for a bit
Dyson is the leader when it comes to vacuums. Their latest, the Dyson V11 Outsize is specifically for North America’s larger homes
Mike Agerbo shows off some affordable back-to-school tech gadgets, including a device that will let you store and access your data anywhere.
There’s nothing like live sports, but not too many streaming options treat them like movies and TV shows. That’s where DAZN comes in. Pronounced “Da-zone,”
Robot vacuums have come a long way in the last 20 years. While they are not quite ready to move out of the home and enslave humanity, the iRobot Roomba S9+ is one step closer to taking care of itself.
Canada’ Covid-19 Contact Tracing app was updated to allow for more provinces & territories including Newfoundland, Labrador and Saskatchewan.
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