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When you’re looking to turn your home into a fully connected smart home, with all the proverbial bells and whistles provided by modern technology, there are a lot of options at your disposal. There are many different gadgets and technologies you can employ in your improvements but of course it’s also worth noting how these devices will function with your existing devices. These days it seems like most interconnected smart home devices work with your tablet or smartphone. Often times, your smartphone or tablet will be the portal through which you can monitor and control them, usually through a dedicated app. With that in mind, lets take a look at what you should be looking for in a device that will control your future smart home devices.
You may not know it, but your tablet can be the entry point to a lot of streaming video. No doubt, you already know about, or have streamed video from a number of sources, and there may be more you’re not aware of. Canada is always unique when it comes to that because of geo-restrictions that either shut out the Great White North, or offer a different catalog altogether. Here’s a look at the options available to you.
Sometimes, a good recommendation can be a great starting point or the final confirmation when making the decision to buy a device like a tablet. Of course, not every tablet works for every user, and not every user wants every tablet that’s available, so it doesn’t hurt to filter through the options. This group of tablets are the ones that stand out based on feedback from you, the readers and consumers.
The light bulb has long been considered one of the most important inventions of the modern age, and they have become smart devices today, connected to the home network and accessible even half a world away. Belkin’s WeMo isn’t as much a product as it is an ecosystem of multiple bulbs and other devices that can be controlled using your iOS or Android mobile device. The Starter Set implies that this could be your entry point into using WeMo, and its simple enough to do exactly that.
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Apple released its latest version of Mac OS X, called Yosemite, the second version named after a place in California. It also marks a particular synergy between OS X and iOS — not a merging of the two — but rather an easier way to get them working with one another. It also marks a new look, one that flattens the visuals to fall more in line with the current graphics seen in iOS. There are plenty of new features, and a straightforward upgrade process to get to them.
Cupertino - Apple today hosted a special event in their campus where they unveiled the iPad Air 2, the iPad mini 3, updated OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.1 as well as new Mac mini and an iMac with 5k Retina Display to round off this year's product offerings.
Not many student dorms or residences come with cable TV. After all, you’re there to learn, not to chill out with Robert Downey Jr. But these days a lot of dorms come with WiFi, which means you can get yourself a TV streaming device, and watch TV or movies whenever you want, in the privacy of your (tiny) room. Check out the Top 3 streaming devices available.
Look at one of Apple’s MacBooks today and you will see something that looks familiar, yet uniquely different at the same time. The MacBook line has gone through several evolutionary changes over the last eight years, having also gone from three particular designs, down to two: the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Both follow the same design philosophies, though feel distinct at the same time. Based on my years of experience with both, I can tell you why.
Distracted driving laws across all the Canadian provinces and territories (except for Nunavut) usually amount to financial penalties when police catch you using your smartphone while behind the wheel. Going hands-free is, of course, a matter of safety, but it should also be one of convenience, which is what Pioneer tries to offer with its audio head units.
Smartphone loyalty seems a little fleeting sometimes because part of what keeps a user around is the mobile operating system as much as the phone itself. I tend to ask people why they use iOS, Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone, and the answers usually have a common denominator — they just like it. Comparing the four major platforms, there are plenty of similarities with distinct differences.
Finding the right smartphone for you — or for someone you’re shopping for — can be an easy process or a difficult choice. And the reason for both is the same: the number of devices you can choose from. In this particular case, we’re talking about the top smartphones of 2014. Need a quick look at what sets them apart, or what some of the nuanced similarities and differences might be? Read on and find out.
Now that Apple has released iOS 8 on the eve of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hitting Future Shop shelves, the new update to the operating system is less the interface coat of paint that iOS 7 was, and more a pack of features that bring it up to speed with what competitors are doing, along with a twist here and there. It’s free to download and is compatible with iPhone 4S (and later), the iPad 2 (and later), both iPad minis and the fifth-generation iPod touch.
If you’ve ever spent an afternoon surfing the App Store, you know there's a plethora of apps out there for the home theatre lover. So how do you choose? Which ones should take up gigs on your already full phone or tablet? Right this way ...
Robots have always been cool, no matter what form or medium you find them in, and the Sphero is no exception. It’s equal parts functional, colourful and cute wrapped up in the form of a ball — a ball that you can control with your iOS or Android smartphone (plus iPad and iPod Touch) via Bluetooth. The first one introduced consumers to the concept, but the new Sphero 2.0 has been designed to be better in all respects, from its weight and noise, right down to how seamlessly it works. We took it for a good test run to see how it performed.
The idea of a fitness instrument that you don't have to think too much about is easy to like. It’s even easier when it comes with a built-in source of motivation.
Enter the Striiv Play Smart Pedometer, a fitness tracker module that pairs with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to measure all the steps you take when walking, running, going up and down stairs, plus the elapsed time, distance traveled and calories you lost.
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