by TeddyK from 05-03-2013
Smartphone hype is no longer reserved for just one company anymore. There was plenty of anticipation for Samsung’s Galaxy S4, especially since this was the phone all other Android flagships would be measured up against. It had some big shoes to fill with its predecessor, but is there enough in this phone to not only make it the best Android phone available, but also better than any other smartphone on the market?
by Elliott from 05-02-2013
Content is king when it comes to new TV technology. The good news is as we welcome 4K TVs to the television line-up at Future Shop, there will be a solid selection of content and built-in technology to up-convert and display images four times greater than the present high-definition (HD) format.
by PaulH from 05-01-2013
Today Activision Publishing finally revealed Call of Duty: Ghosts, the next installment of their blockbuster first-person shooter series. As expected, the title is being developed by Infinity Ward, the team that created the original Call of Duty game and defined a generation of gaming with their seminal Call of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise.
by Elliott from 05-04-2013
Today's gaming racing wheels are a lot more sophisticated, and even going so far to replicate leading race cars. Thrustmaster, a 20+ years leading gaming accessories company, is leading the way with beautifully crafted Ferrari licensed racing wheels that take your next race feeling like you're literally racing from the track.
by TeddyK from 05-13-2013
The BlackBerry Z10 introduced the world to the new-look BlackBerry, ushering in a new era for the embattled company that will see it join the ranks of all-touch smartphones. But no one makes a keyboard quite like these guys do, and that’s why there was equal, if not more anticipation for the Q10, the BlackBerry 10 handset that comes with the legendary QWERTY keyboard. Can a phone that sacrifices screen size for hard keys stay current and compete against the best in the industry? Let’s find out.
These giant LED offerings from Sony Samsung, Sharp all share one characteristic in common – a lightning-fast 240Hz refresh rate that delivers incredible clarity, especially while watching action-packed playoff games in Full HD 1080p.
Computers & Software
I had the opportunity to get to know the new Kobo Aura HD eReader and really spend some time getting a good feel for the device. When it was first announced it certainly looked like a premium level eReader device but now I can confidently say that it’s certainly the nicest E-ink device I’ve ever used.
As summer draws nearer, we find ourselves spending more and more time in new areas of the home and workplace – spaces we only use in warmer weather, for hobbies or chores or just plain relaxing. Here are three lightweight and compact HDTVs from Insignia, Toshiba, and Samsung that can deliver quality playback at an ultra-affordable price – making them a smart addition for those smaller rooms which require a size-efficient media solution.
This year's Google I/O developer conference held in San Francisco, didn't yield any new hardware or even a preview of the next version of the Android OS. Google did focus on its key software features as well as an entirely new cross-platform Hangouts communications app.
Be cool, be organized
My mom is pretty cool and likes to be up on the latest devices. But more importantly, she likes to be organized. And now that she’s a grandmother of three, life is full of so many important events and memorable moments that she’ll love the S Planner to help her keep track of birthdays, events and appointments. She can even handwrite notes directly in her calendar, or scribble her thoughts down with the natural feel of a pen.
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