This latest version offers the ability to search and browse ads posted within a province, sort results by date, price and distance and find items closest to you using the GPS built into your iPhone. Vancouver Gadgets spoke with [...]
Blackberry Experience Forum
Yesterday Vancouver Gadgets attended the Blackberry Experience forum when it stopped in Vancouver. While we weren’t able to attend the full keynote we did meet with the executives post keynote for a short media briefing and also received a lengthy demo on the new Z10. In short we were [...]
Vancouver Gadgets had the chance to visit the headquarters of Avigilon a Vancouver based company that manufacturers surveillance systems.
Founded in 2004 Avigilon has made strides in a market that is challenged by a lack of suppliers and industry standards. Avigilon systems are high definition systems that are reliable and [...]
In December 2012 Vancouver Gadgets was contacted by TapSnap a North Vancouver based company that has created a new photo system that does away with the traditional photo booth and takes it into the digital and social realms.
I had the chance to see the device in action when I spoke at [...]
Recently I had the chance to spend a few days with the Samsung Galaxy Camera and what a few days those turned out to be.
Samsung released this camera in September with hopes that your digital photo experience would benefit from the integration the Android OS and all the functionality that comes with that. This [...]
With the final weekend of holiday shopping now upon us and the crush to get the malls is in full swing Sonos has a great sound system that you should look at.
This system is easy to find online simply by searching and can be purchased that way as well so [...]
This past week Vancouver Gadgets presented to members of Sales & Marketing Executives of Vancouver regarding top tech and gadget ideas for the business person or traveling salesperson. Thanks to Kenn Hamlin and team at The Caya Store on Davie and Howe for the loaners of the products below.
If you ever use multiple Apple devices such as an iPod or iPhone like I do then you know how much of a pain those earphones or earbuds can be. They can become tangled in everything and even chewed on by your cat.
Well now Buddyband has the answer to all your earphone perils with its [...]
Having not delved to extensively into the E-reader market I thought it was time with Christmas approaching to review a product I had heard a lot about the Kobo Arc.
The Kobo Arc is the 2nd offering by the Toronto based company and builds on its previous reader the Vox. While I don’t know much about [...]
If you have lived in Vancouver like me for a long time then you know how much easier an app that predicts weather in the short term could make things. Well that day has now arrived as Montreal based Sky Motion Research Inc. unveiled this past August an app [...]
As the cold weather approaches you are likely thinking about Christmas and the long winter nights ahead. When you are not at home in front of the fire or the television you are likely out and about visiting family and friends. If you are using a smartphone at any point in the day while you [...]
When you first get a DSLR, you may hear and wonder what shooting in raw is all about? When you take a photo using a camera, it usually saves it in a JPEG format. This is a good file format for saving space but the trade-off is that you lose some quality.
The RAW format [...]
Have you tried to enhance Windows performance on your old computer without any luck? Well, I’ve been trying out iolo System Mechanic 11 over the past few days to see if I can spark new life into an old Microsoft Windows XP computer running service pack 3. The main board is an ASUS P5LD2-VM with [...]
Did you know that school is starting in a couple of weeks? If you’re one of the lucky ones going back to school it’s time to start shopping around for your tech gadgets. Vancouver has a number of great stores stocking tablets, computers, accessories and network products including Best Buy, Future Shop and NCIX. Vancouver [...]
Back to school is the “most wonderful time of the year” for some but not for students and teachers who will once again be making the trek back into the classroom following the Labor Day Weekend. In order to help your transition in September, we’ve got some great info for you from
If you’re looking for some great add-ons to your existing computer system you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a great roundup of printers, scanners, monitors, components, accessories and network products. Let’s take a look at a top rated printer first.
The Canon PIXMA MX410 is currently the hottest [...]
With the 2012-2013 school year looming about a month and a half away its time to get into the “back to school” mindset particularly with respect to purchasing a new laptop or desktop computer. There are a lot of considerations to make as this is the most sizable purchase that students make at this time [...]
It’s time once again to speak about the top tablet devices. The top tablets for 2012 haven’t changed much since 2011 generally speaking. There haven’t been any real earth shattering changes to be honest but what we are seeing is there is more competition and prices are coming down. The most popular [...]
How can I listen to music on my computer or smartphone in Canada? Well there are a number of options ranging from pay per month to pay per song to absolutely free. So depending on your pocketbook and your musical tastes I hope to make things a little clearer with this post. Some of the [...]
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