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First gold Edition Apple Watches begin to ship

This is gold, Mr. Bond. All my life I've been in love with its color... its brilliance, its divine heaviness.

   -Auric Goldfinger

Reports are coming in that the first 18k gold Edition Apple Watches are making their way to their discriminating (and wealthy) owners. While the gold Watch has been rocked by celebrities like Pharell, Katy Perry,Beyonce and Kanye West mere mortals who ponied up US $10,000 and up  for the yellow or rose gold variants of the Watch have started to get them.

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Canadian Reviewer Weekly Roundup 5/17-5/23


Amazon Echo gets more news sources for Flash Briefing

Amazon’s connected speaker now has more news sources added to its Flash Briefing feature. The Amazon Echo adds support for NPR, The Economist, and TMZ. Flash Briefing lets you hear the latest news from different sources. You just need to say, “Alexa, what’s my Flash Briefing” or “Alexa, what’s going on today?” and it’ll let give you the latest updates.

Unfortunately, the Echo is currently still being sold on an invite-only basis. But at least you’ll know what you’re getting if you decide to get one of these for yourself.

Source: Android Central


Get the answers you need with Light

If you’re hoping to get you an epiphany for those nagging questions, the Light app is here to give you what you want. Called the world’s first answering engine, this Android app culls information using NLP, which are machine learning and man-machine hybrid technologies. It’ll give you answer to those factual questions you have in mind (sorry it won’t solve your personal issues). When you type in a question, it can give you the answer easily or if it needs a bit of help, it’ll consult an expert on the topic. You’ll be able to see the questions you’ve asked on the app. And if you want to share interesting results, you can also share them on the different social networks.

Source: Android Community | Download: Google Play Store (Free)


Review: Canary wireless security system for apartments and homes

By Gadjo C. Sevilla

Canary’s system comes with everything you need to set it up. Once you download the iOS app and plug in the device, you pair it to your phone via a yellow wire (which you only need to use once). Hook up Canary to your home WiFi or wired router and it is locked, loaded and ready to go. 

Easy to use IP based security cameras have been around for some time now but what makes Canary’s solution so impressive is that it integrates a great camera, motion sensor, humidity and temperature sensors into one tiny device while integrating all of this in one great and easy to use mobile app. 

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