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Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 review

In many ways, I’m glad Amazon took its time bringing the Kindle Fire series of tablets Canada. Now in its third generation, Kindle is a brand both mature and distinguished from other Android devices; its Fire OS, though separate from the Play Store universe, boasts the extensive feature set one would expect from a modern


Mozilla and EverythingMe preview Firefox Launcher for Android

Mozilla and EverythingMe are teaming up to release a way to make your Android device that much easier to use. The two companies are collaborating on Firefox Launcher, which uses EverythingMe’s recently-released context-friendly Android launcher, along with a bit of Firefox’s branding, to help you discover new apps, and make existing ones more useful.

Narrative Clip review: an unfinished story

Memoto’s lifelogging camera was one of the more intriguing, and potentially invasive, Kickstarter projects I saw in 2012. But I didn’t hesitate to back it, not because I thought it would be a great product — which it turned out to be — but because the wider implications of lifelogging in general are something I’m


Samsung will give a ‘sneak preview of the newest Tizen devices’ at MWC

Samsung confirmed earlier this week that devices running its Tizen OS have been delayed, noting they “had planned to release in the first half of this year in several countries, including Korea and Russia.” Delayed doesn’t mean they can’t show off its progress and that’s exactly what Samsung is doing next month at Mobile World


Nomad ChargeKey review: My most-used accessory is a $25 charging cable

My most-used accessory is a $25 charging cable called ChargeKey. I’m not sure how it happened, but it seemed easier than digging into my bag for another cable I’d almost certainly misplace. My keys are always in my pocket, and my laptop is almost always open, so 1+1=2, I guess. The ChargeKey is Nomad’s second


LG G Pad 8.3 review

LG had a pretty great 2013, releasing its best two smartphones to date, the G2 and Nexus 5, and one of the best Android tablets on the market. Too bad, though, Canadians had to wait until 2014 for that that tablet, the G Pad 8.3, to become available. LG’s first foray into Android tablets since


Google Nexus 5 Review

There are some phones that change an industry, and the Nexus 4 was one of them. Released for a ridiculously low $309 CDN ($299 USD) in early November 2012, the device went on to reveal the limitations of the carrier-free OEM strategy. Lacking LTE and felled by an underwhelming camera and poor battery life, the