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CBC launches music and podcast app CBC Listen

In an age where Spotify and Apple Music exist, broadcasting company CBC thought it fit to launch its own music and podcast app called CBC Listen. If you want access to all kinds of Canadian content, this might be an app worth checking out. It has over 200 free music playlists and all of CBC’s podcasts and live radio content. Just as you can expect with other streaming apps, you can “Favourite” content to listen to later. It also lets you download podcasts for offline listening, which unfortunately doesn’t extend to music as well. If you want to play your content on a connected speaker, the app supports both AirPlay and Chromecast. CBC Listen is a free, ad-supported app. It’s available on both iOS and Android as well as through a web app.

Source: MobileSyrup


Creators of early video games featured in 'The Artists' documentary web series on CBC

Creators that were at the forefront of the early video game revolution are now the focus in a fascinating 10-part documentary web series, The Artists, now streaming on CBC

 The series offers a deep-dive look into the relatively undocumented first three decades of video game history, through the lens of the designers, developers and programmers that lay the groundwork to redefine pop culture as we know it.

The Artists also investigates the intersection of creativity and technology, approaching specific games from this era as one would explore a seminal film. For a massive audience, video games are films of the 21st century, their primary source for storytelling. How did that happen? 

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Review: Three Canadian TV iPad apps

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Canadians are pretty lucky. The bigger TV networks and stations have embraced the iPad revolution and have been aggressive in pursuing different ways to serve their customers by offering a number of TV shows on the iPad. We take a look at what apps are out there today, how good they work and what sort of content they offer.

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Review: Toshiba 46WX800U 46" Slim 3D LCD HDTV with LED 

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Toshiba's 46WX800U 46" inch Slim 3D LCD HDTV is the complete package. An ultra-slim HDTV that's 3D capable, has SmartTV features with Wi-Fi (connecting to NetFlix, YouTube and Yahoo! Widgets ). In terms of features and functionality, the Toshiba 46WX800U is as future proof as modern HDTV's get.

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