Fugoo Style Bluetooth Speakers

LG G Flex on Rogers

Red Clock app for iPhone weather and alarm

ASUS ZenBook UX310

Dyson DC62 Hand-Held Vacuum

Pelican ProGear CE1150 Protector Series case for iPhone 5/5s

Philips AirFryer

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4


Alcatel OneTouch Idol X

Nomad ChargeKey for iPhone

Apple Mac Pro (2013)

Kensington Comercio soft folio case for iPad Air

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Micro Four Thirds camera

Jawbone UP24 Fitness Tracker

Dell Venue 8 Pro's wireless keyboard and case


Logitech Ultrathin Bluetooth keyboard for Apple's iPad Air

2013 GMC Terrain

Honeywell HFD320 AirGenius 5 Air Cleaner & Odor Reducer

Dell Venue 8 Pro Tablet

TomTom US & Canada App for Android

Withings Pulse fitness tracker

Sonos PLAY:1 wireless streaming speaker

Martian Passport series smartwatch

Nextivity Cel-Fi RS2 Signal Strength booster

HTC Desire (2013)

Motorola Moto G

iPad mini with Retina Display

Nexus 5

Microsoft Surface 2

Tenqa Fit Bluetooth Earbuds for Sports

HTC One mini

Apple iPad Air

Sony Xperia Z1

BlackBerry Z30

TYLT VU Wireless Charging Stand

Keizus Quadropod + Clamp

Sphero 2.0


Griffin Technology WoodTone Headphones

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Philips Saeco Poemia Espresso Machine

Nokia Lumia 1020

Huawei Ascend Mate


Samsung Galaxy Mega

Apple 5c Case

Apple 5s Case

Apple iPhone 5s

Apple iPhone 5c

Apple Airport Extreme (2013)

Nexus 7 (2013)

Ultimate Ears Boom Bluetooth speaker and handsfree

2013 Inifiniti FX37 Crossover

Moto X

Sony Xperia Z

Huawei Ascend Y300 on Bell and Virgin

TIMEX Intelligent Quartz Linear Indicator Chronograph watch

BlackBerry Q5

MIO Alpha Heart Rate Monitor

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch Android Tablet

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch (2013)

Chevrolet Sonic RS Turbo

Sensu Brush

Huawei Ascend Y210 

Apple 27-inch iMac

Dyson DC46 Turbinehead Canister Vacuum

BlackBerry Q10

Rogers LTE Rocket Hub ZTE MF2 28B

Braven BRV-1 ultra rugged Bluetooth speaker

Panasonic Lumix DMX-ZS30

Able Planet Clear Harmony NC1050 noise cancellation headphones

RHA MA450i noise isolating earphones with remote and mic

MacBook Pro with Retina Display

Phosphor World e-Ink Watch

Nexus 7 Tablet

Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

Bento 4 for iPad

Nokia Lumia 610

Sony Xperia Ion 

Toshiba Excite 7.7-inch tablet

BlackBerry PlayBook 4G-LTE

Motorola RAZR V

Motorola Atrix HD

Sandisk 64GB Extreme USB Flash Drive

Apple iPad (2012)

ioSafe SoloPro Disaster Proof hard drive

Cygnett Apollo Hybrid iPhone 4 case

Dell XPS 14Z Notebook

OlloClip Quick Connect Lens for iPhone 4

Kogeto dot 360' iPhone lens

FujiFilm X10 Camera

ClamCase Keyboard Case for iPad 2 

Toshiba Satellite Z830 Ultrabook

Nikon CoolPix S1200pj camera

Evolution Robotics Mint Plus Robot Cleaner

Acer S3 Ultrabook 

Freehand Powerstretch 5 Gloves

Kobo Vox Reader

Sony NEX-7 camera

Freehand Powerstretch 5 gloves

Toshiba Satellite Z830 Ultrabook

Acer S3 Ultrabook

Mint Plus Robotic Cleaner

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

HTC Raider

HTC Jetstream Tablet with LTE

LG Optimus LTE smartphone

Panasonic Lumix GF3 M43 Camera

Sandisk Memory Vault 16GB

Forza Motorsport 4

GarageBand for iPhone/iPod

Apple iPhone 4S

Olympus E-PL3 Micro Four Thirds camera

Nokia X7 Symbian Smartphone

Samsung Galaxy S II X Hercules


Rogers turns on 700Mhz spectrum for certain areas in the country

Photo Credit: Neerav Bhatt (Creative Commons)

Rogers has started to roll out 700MHz spectrum in various communities in Calgary, Toronto, and Vancouver to improve LTE connection in the areas. This update means subscribers can get better coverage inside concrete office buildings, high rise condominiums, elevators, deep basement apartments, and underground parking garages. That will be convenient when you want to catch the 2014/2015 NHL season no matter where you are.


Google brings stock Android Camera to more devices, introduces new features

Google wants to bring features of its stock Android Camera to more users (well, at least those running Android 4.4) with the release of the app on Play Store. It brings Photo Sphere feature to more devices and introduces Lens Blur. This new feature is similar to what HTC and Samsung have introduced in their new flagship devices. It lets you adjust the depth of field on your photos similar to what you can do with DSLRs. Of course, the effect isn’t as accurate as what you’d get on a professional camera but it’s nice to have that option and lets you play around with on your phone.

Google has been rolling out the update in the past few days or you can check it out through its Play Store link.

Source: Lifehacker


Motivate yourself to walk more with Breeze

It’s time to put the iPhone 5s’s movement tracker to use with Runkeeper’s Breeze app. This pedometer app tracks your daily and even weekly steps, lets you set daily goals, and provides you with real-time status updates. If you want a more automated approach to setting goals, Breeze has a built-in coach of sorts to help you reach your walking goals.


Do Not Disturb helps block unwanted online content

Google Chrome extension Do Not Disturb wants to make sure you aren’t annoyed by ads, content widgets, data miners, user trackers and the like. It even provides you with a report of the things it blocks on your behalf and allows you to whitelist certain that you want to keep browsing. The free app also works in incognito mode of Chrome.


Toshiba to bring rapid-fire photography to smaller cameras with new microSD cards

Toshiba is looking to help out owners of small mirrorless cameras (or even smartphone users) to shoot faster with new microSD cards. The new storage cards meet UHS-II specs, meaning it matches the performance of fastest full-sized SD cards, and has write speeds that are eight times faster than Toshiba's previous microSD line. It can help users take burst photos easier and even possibly support 4k video recording without hitches. Toshiba has provided 32GB and 64GB samples to different chip and gadget manufacturers to test out.

Source: Engadget


Report claims Apple looks to integrate Shazam into iOS

A recent report from Bloomberg claims Apple plans to integrate the song recognition feature of Shazam into future iteration of iOS. It would be similar to how the mobile platform is integrated in Twitter without the need to download a separate app. It will also be able to use  Siri to name a song you hear instead of having to open an app. This could be a handy feature if the rumours will ever be confirmed. Perhaps Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference will bring this rumour to light or debunk the report.