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Should you buy an iPhone or Android phone for your student?

Students are no different in their needs, especially when the smartphone is both a consumption and productivity device. Let’s look at the choices.

How to use your new tech: connect a tablet or smartphone...

If you were fortunate enough to receive a new tablet or smartphone over the holidays then this handy guide will walk you though the process to get you online quickly and easily. 

Now is the best time to consider your smart phone options

The code of conduct the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) set down for the wireless industry ensures that consumers can cancel their three-year contracts after 24 months without paying a fee, meaning that as of June 3, three-year cell phone contracts are effectively dead. If you signed a contract on June 2, 2013 or earlier, then you are free to renew or go without a contract. You have options to consider now that you’re on your own to decide, and here’s a look at some of them.

New netTALK VoIP App for Android Promises Savings for Canadians

We all want to save money and VoIP (Voice over IP) technology is one of those great ways to cut your spending. It uses the Internet and its cheap data as an alternative to making voice calls using a telephone or cell phone. Great idea. When it comes to VoIP, netTALK is one of leaders in Canada and the company has just announced the launch of a new Android app that’s exclusive to Canadians. This netTALK app features a long list of benefits including a free Canadian number, free international calls between app users and free international radio streaming. Given the popularity of NetTALK’s Duo VOiP telephone hardware, this app is definitely worth checking out.  

Review of the Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus smartphone

A welcome competitor in the mid-range large smartphone or phablet market, the Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus has many touchstone features that one would expect from more expensive flagships.

Otterbox Defender series provides protection for tablets and smartphones

You may not know that OtterBox is one of the fastest growing high tech companies, a supplier of ruggedized electronic gear protection to the US military and the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phone cases. Chances are, you know the OtterBox Defender, though. These super-tough cases have a well-deserved reputation for protecting smartphones and tablets from drops, scratches and other hazards. For those who aren’t familiar with the OtterBox Defender, here’s an overview of this award-winning series of protective cases.

What you should do if the screen cracks on your phone

 Here’s the thing about 2016: everyone has either broken their smartphone screen at some point, or they know someone who has. Luckily, if you break your phone screen nowadays, it’s not too big of a deal! Just make sure you backup all of your files, and then read this article to figure out what your next steps are.

Google Pixel 3a review

Google has re-entered the mid-range smartphone arena with the new Pixel 3a (and Pixel 3a XL), offering one of the best affordable handsets available.

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Samsung makes technology essential for our daily lives and in this contest, you have a chance to win one of two great devices, a QLED 4K TV or a Galaxy S9 smart phone.

Leef iBridge Air Mobile Wireless Flash Drive review

Smartphone storage limits may be steadily creeping up, but if they still don’t feel large enough, the Leef iBridge Air provides backup in your pocket.

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