Panasonic Connect links smartphone and home phone

If you’re like most typical Canadian homes, you probably still have a landline plus several cell phones. The Panasonic Connect series include the Panasonic KXPRD262 and Panasonic KX-PRW120c that provides a bridge between your landline and smartphone.  

Sandmarc Lenses for iPhone review

Getting better photos from your iPhone may be a little easier when attaching a better lens onto the device, which is what Sandmarc aims to deliver.

LifeProof Fre Power aims to keep the lights on and water...

Battery life is one of those bugaboos that’s always a concern with smartphones, and the iPhone 6 is no exception. Protecting a phone from a nasty fall is another thing altogether, so when a case comes along that can take care of both, it may be worth a look. LifeProof’s pedigree has usually been in making quality waterproof cases, and the Fre Power takes that and adds a large battery to keep the iPhone going double the time.

Enter for a chance to win the new Dual Screen LG...

Enter this contest for a chance to own the newest advance in smartphones the Dual screen LG G8x

Mophie cases and chargers can go anywhere

Among the first to pack in a battery into a phone case, Mophie is still putting those two together, along with portable chargers and a new embrace of wireless charging.

Get into the Star Wars spirit with your smartphone or tablet

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is one of the most anticipated films in years, and Disney has spared no expense in promoting it with a number of marketing partnerships that tie-in to mobile devices. If you’re a big fan, you may already know about some of them, and if you don’t, there may be some that are of interest as the next episode in the Star Wars mythos hits theatres.

G Flex from LG: the high tech curved smartphone comes to...

For years, the basic smartphone form factor hasn’t changed much: a rectangular slab of plastic, glass and metal. As displays have become larger, some people have found that rectangle becomes a bit cumbersome to use as a phone and all the flat glass leads to a lot of glare. Enter the G Flex from LG. Canada’s first curved smartphone, the G Flex ups the display size to 6 inches and offers the high contrast ratio and deep blacks that only OLED can. Thanks to its innovative curved design, the G Flex feels much more natural to use as a phone than much smaller traditionally shaped smartphones, while the curved display reduces annoying screen glare. The G Flex offers even more technological breakthroughs than its unique form factor and it’s coming soon to Best Buy.  

Hands-on with the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones, iterating on last year’s designs and adding new features to the camera.

5 best smartphone accessories as rated by customers

Practical smartphone accessories can improve reception, secure devices for workouts of for running as well as provide power and protection.

How to buy a cell phone

There is probably no other technology more personal than a cell phone. Buying one requires some patience in knowing what you want to gain from it.

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