Reviews

Six great mobile puzzle games

Puzzle games are an interesting and very broad category of mobile games. Titles range from games that involve rearranging numbers to ones that task the player with manipulating the world to move…

BlackBerry Leap review

What does a BlackBerry look like anymore? The Leap doesn’t look like a traditionally BlackBerry smartphone, but it is the spiritual successor to the built-in-house Z10, and the physical successor…

Apple Watch review

I have many reasons not to occupy my left wrist with something that vibrates and pings, something that does anything but tell the time. I have many reasons because I…

The iPhone 6 Plus, six months later

Apple isn’t the type of company that admits when it misses the mark. The iPhone 6 Plus wasn’t so much a product of Apple’s vision, but rather a response to…

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 review

I often use a phrase borrowed from Game of Thrones to describe the ephemeral nature of technology trends: “It is known.” See, our unreliable memories have, over time, created false…

Moto E LTE review

Consumers love good things, and they also love cheap things. But rarely are cheap things good, at least enough to recommend to everyone. Cheap usually equals caveats; cheap usually means…

RHA T10i in-ear headphones review: Warm in a lot of ways

I have oddly-shaped ear canals. It’s not something one would normally think about, but in the ten years since I began listening to high-quality IEM (in-ear monitor) headphones, it’s become something…

OneTap app tackles distracted driving [Review]

It’s always on a sombre note that one is reminded of the fact distracted driving now accounts for more traffic collisions and deaths in Canada than drunk driving. The laws…