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Google’s Daydream is poised to bring VR to the masses

Back in the now distant year of 2014, Google released a small, low-cost virtual reality headset called Google Cardboard, a simple device that overshadowed almost everything else the company discussed…

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2016 BMW 7 Series: Infotainment in overdrive

Luxury vehicles are meant to be trend-setters in a number of ways, and are typically the models automakers use to introduce cutting-edge technologies to the market. This is what BMW…

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Akira and the rise of telemedicine in Canada

For under $34, many Canadians can purchase a meal, see a movie or even buy a weekly bus pass. What most Canadian’s don’t know however, is that an average doctor’s…

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Microsoft Band 2, six months later

Microsoft released the original Microsoft Band in late 2014, a surprise announcement that – and this is an usual move in the modern tech industry – was leak-free prior to its big…

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SyrupCast 70: Goodnight and farewell, Mobilicity

On this week’s episode of the SyrupCast, we talk about the expansion of Apple Pay, Bell’s possible acquisition of MTS and how the Competition Bureau is investigating it, and the…

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What Apple Pay means for mobile payments in Canada

Mobile payment use in Canada took a massive step forward this past week when Apple announced Apple Pay support for Interac, MasterCard and Visa cards from CIBC and RBC, with the…

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Game of the Week: Chameleon Run – Colour switching madness

Want a reflex-based mobile game to play this weekend? Look no further than Saskatoon-based Noodlecake Games’ and Hyperbolic Magnetism’s Chameleon Run, a colour-shifting endless running that dropped last month for iOS….