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Sony Xperia Z5 review

Sony doesn’t worry about what you think. It just makes phones that, year after year, epitomize refinement within the Android ecosystem. The Xperia Z5 is technically the sixth iteration of…

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Everything you need to know about Apple Pay in Canada

Apple Pay has launched in Canada, which means iPhone users can make in-store payments, and iOS 9 users in general can make in-app payments, using compatible devices. Below are some…

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Announcing the Syrup Shop!

Everywhere I go, I see great smartphone cases and accessories. I often think to myself, ‘I need that. That would look great on my phone.’ There is no shortage of…

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Review: HondaLink embraces CarPlay and Android Auto

Car owners will have to wait till 2016 to see Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto become more ubiquitous in next year’s fleet of vehicles, but for now, the pickings…

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iPad Pro review

A few weeks ago, Apple arrived at Pixar Studios with a handful of iPad Pros, beseeching their employees — illustrators, graphic designers, animators and 3D compositors — to use the tablet…

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BlackBerry Priv review

It’s been over three years since BlackBerry began trickling details about its next generation operating system, a secure environment that would attract developers with its easy-to-use tools, support for open web…

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Nexus 5X review: A worthy successor to the Nexus 5

Google’s and LG’s Nexus 5X is my favourite Android smartphone currently on the market, and a worthy successor to the now two-year-old Nexus 5. It also marks a return to…

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Moto 360 (2nd gen) review: It’s all in the lugs

The last year or so has been a long, drawn-out experiment by Android OEMs to see whether they can rejuvenate their businesses, or at least add another stable revenue stream,…

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The LG G4, six months later

For LG executives, it must be hard to look at Samsung’s mobile success and not feel a sour taste, given how hyper-competitive the Korean electronics industry is. In trying to…

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HTC One A9 review

What happened to you, HTC? You used to be big and bright, the world your oyster, so to speak. But now you’re sipping fifty cent beer at the corner dive,…

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Exploring smartphone choices under $600

There’s a new reality in play: the Canadian dollar is weak, affecting the prices of smartphones as a result. We’ve seen the discrepancies enumerate, but the practical takeaway is that…

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How far can nostalgia carry the BlackBerry Priv?

Canada is remarkably good at rallying around its stars, and just as adept at abandoning them. In the technology sector, before it was trendy to dismiss BlackBerry, née RIM, it…