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Galaxy S7 Edge, six months later

In 2016, Samsung made it clear it likes curves so much, it will basically bend its displays wherever it can. The Galaxy S7 Edge was the phone to set the…

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LG V20 review: Inconsistent greatness

This is it. LG’s big opportunity. With the iPhone 7 deemed unimaginative by many and Samsung’s popular Note 7 recalled for battery explosion issues, this could be the perfect moment…

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SyrupCast 88: Recall blues

Welcome to the new and improved Syrupcast! On this episode of our new podcast we talk about the Note 7’s ongoing recall, detailing exactly how Samsung’s Canadian Exchange program is…

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Moto Z, Moto Z Play and Moto Mods unboxing [Video]

If someone told me at Lenovo Tech World that the Moto Z, Lenovo’s svelte new 2016 flagship smartphone, would come out in Canada after the iPhone 7, I wouldn’t have…

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AirPods review: Welcome to the wireless future

The first day I used Apple’s new wireless AirPods in public, I was standing at the streetcar stop in front of my apartment. I reached down, grabbed the headphone’s charging…

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Blow up planets in Atomic Super Lander [Game of the Week]

Crescent Moon and Bit Weird’s Atomic Super Lander is a mix of various genres that shouldn’t work on mobile, but somehow manage to combine to create a compelling experience, surprisingly…

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Kobo Aura One vs. Kindle Oasis: Perfect opposites

In almost every way that matters, Kobo and Kindle’s latest premium e-reader offerings stand in stark contrast to each other. The Oasis is pricey while the Aura One is budget-friendly….

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SyrupCast 87: The new hotness

On this episode of the SyrupCast we talk about Apple’s iPhone 7 launch in Canada, Samsung’s unfortunate Note 7 debacle, and the evolution of sound on our Podcast. Hosts: Igor Bonifacic, Patrick…

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Behind the wheel of Ford’s new self-driving car

When it comes to self-driving cars, there really is nothing like actually being in one. A technology that seemed a little pie in the sky even five years ago is…