by Shelly_Wutke from 07-10-2015
For the past few weeks Shelly’s Friday Favourites has focused on foodie trends, and we’ve covered gourmet popcorn (with bacon), berry creations, and even artisan homemade ketchup. This week we’re branching out a bit and heading into wedding territory to explore another food trend—cake pops.
by PaulH from 07-05-2015
Summer has officially arrived, which typically means the release schedule for video games lightens up, and this year is no exception. For gamers, this can actually be the perfect opportunity to catch up on recently released games! Of course, there are still exciting games coming out this month that you'll want to keep on your radar, such as God of War III: Remastered, EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour, Godzilla the Game, and more.
by PaulH from 06-17-2015
Last night at E3 2015 gave us the ingural PC Gaming Show, and event celebrating PC gaming culture, and giving us a look at the future of PC games and tech. The show was filled with notable PC gaming luminaries who showed new gameplay demos, discussed the makings of their hit games, and also saw a few world premiere game trailers. Come with me as we take a look at the highlights!
by Shelly_Wutke from 06-12-2015
I spend a lot of time talking about creating recipes here on Shelly’s Friday Favourites, but I’ve discovered recently that some of the most delicious things in life don’t have to involve cooking at all. In fact, they don’t have to involve eating either.
by BBYMartin from 06-12-2015
Best Buy is helping Canadians kick off summer fun with a series of pre-summer contests. This contest is really easy to enter and you can win a gift card from Best Buy for $1000. Read on to learn how to enter so you don't miss on your chance to win!
by BBYMartin from 06-08-2015
Join us at Best Buy Canada on Friday June 12th from 11am to 12pm (PDT). We’ll be joined by along with special guests Withings & Microsoft Canada who will share their insights and best buy recommendations for the summer time gear. Be prepared to have the best summer ever; bring your questions and let’s have a summer-time conversation.
by Leo_Bond from 05-29-2015
If you'd like to give your Dad the gift of peace of mind this coming Father's Day, you might want to consider helping him turn his home into a modern-day Smart Home. The products within the Smart Home realm can increase home security, reduce costs (particularly electrical and heating costs), and add convenience to your father's daily life. Click on through if you'd like to learn all about several of these very useful products!
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by Leo_Bond from 05-31-2015
Today I follow up on 2 recent dashboard camera articles by other Bloggers (such as Dashcam 101: What you need to know to get started by Paliontology) to let you know what general features you can expect to find within each of 3 dashcam price / quality ranges. I selected the ranges myself and will confess that they are completely arbitrary, but they should give you some idea of what you can expect to receive in either a low, a medium, or a high end dashcam. So if you've been thinking of joining the dashcam revolution, step on in and learn all about this awesome emerging technology!
by chckn8r from 05-25-2015
The price-performance ratio is hard to beat on this piano—you really can’t go wrong. It is a solid product with a good feature set that will enable the beginner or intermediate player to really enjoy the instrument. If you’ve been wanting to take up piano or you’ve been looking for a reason to buy a piano and cost has been a factor, check out the CDP-130CS at Best Buy Canada.
by ErinLYYC from 05-23-2015
Camping is one of summer's best outdoor activities. The sunshine, the warmth, cooking over an open fire and sipping a glass of wine under the stars. With the right gear, like the new line of BioLite stoves and lighting, camping doesn't have to be “roughing it,” it can be a relaxing way to get outdoors, while still having some of the comforts of home: like fully charged phones, lights and cameras!
by AsmaKassam from 05-07-2015
Six packs, love handles, and muffin tops are all terms used to refer to the mid-section or “core.” If you’ve had a hard time transforming your “muffin top” and “love handles” to a firm mid-section find your problem in the list below and follow the solution! Through my 10 years of training people to reach their fitness goals, these are tried and tested, be aware for positive results.
by PaulH from 05-04-2015
Get your gaming consoles warmed up and keep your controllers in-hand as another huge month of gaming is upon us! May will see the release of The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, Nintendo's brand new third-person action game Splatoon, and after a few delays, Project CARS is finally speeding off the starting line. Let's take a look at the games!
by debaser17 from 04-28-2015
Worlds collide as two major Japanese studios come together to bring you Etrian Mystery Dungeon, a mash-up of all the best parts of the Etrian Odyssey and Mystery Dungeon series’ of Japanese role-playing games. With the potential for dozens upon dozens of hours of dungeon crawling, rogue-like action, this is one collaboration worth checking out for more than just the crossover fan service it provides.
by Gadjo from 04-24-2015
Upscaling and upconverting features, which help make non-native video look presentable on larger resolution displays, have been with us for a while now but have become more important considerations for 4K and Ultra HD TV buyers. With various models are coming down in price, there’s a greater range of display sizes available, making 4K and Ultra HD TVs more viable for consumers
by Shelly_Wutke from 04-17-2015
If you’ve got kids in the school system, odds are you’re hearing a lot about bullying right now. The days when kids entering high school have to worry about getting their heads flushed or shoved into lockers has, for the most part, gone by the wayside because of teachers actively watching for physical bullying and anti-bullying campaigns. But like when you douse out a campfire and there’s a chance of a jumping embers, when you control one type of bullying a new one can crop up. I’m talking about cyber bullying or online harassment, and it’s becoming a serious problem in Canada.
by AsmaKassam from 04-04-2015
Cross-fit, Hot Yoga, Indoor Cycle, Barre Fitness: you may hear these “buzz words” on a regular basis as some of the latest fitness trends emerge. Which one is for you? What are the benefits? Here I am going to educate you on the choice of exercise of A-list celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston and Madonna: Barre Fitness. What is it, why has it become so popular over the passed 5 years, who is it beneficial for, and how is it done.
by Shelly_Wutke from 03-20-2015
Our road trip continues with a good old-fashioned pit stop at the Happiest Place on Earth. For some people, going to Disneyland means hitting all the shows, parades, and attractions. We like to do that too, but because we have annual passes and go so often, we’ve added to our adventure by becoming hunters for the best dishes and treats in the park. There are a lot of treats to be had, and they’re more delicious than you may think.
by BBYMartin from 01-16-2015
The NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) Show is the biggest annual showcase of musical technology and innovation. This year's show runs from January 22nd to January 25th. Best Buy and Casio have sent two writers to Anaheim to bring you articles, photos and videos of the excitement. This post will be updated throughout the show with links to all of our coverage.
by paliontology from 01-07-2015
What is that you're looking at to the left of this text? Would you believe it's a wifi camera, LED light and doorbell set up? Neat isn't it? That's the Chamberlain Notifi, one of a few devices I mention in the second Smart Home Roundup from CES. This time I'll jump into brands that you know and have seen at Best Buy and BestBuy.ca, and may see again in the future. From Parrot, to Samsung and even D-Link, what's else does 2015 in the world of Smart Home have to offer? Come take a look.
by BradMoon from 12-09-2014
2014 saw a bumper crop of new smartphones, including the long-awaited “bigger” iPhones, what is arguably Samsung’s best looking smartphone ever and BlackBerry’s return to its classic QWERTY roots. If a new smartphone is on your holiday shopping list, I’ve put together a collection of 10 of the biggest smartphone releases of the year —complete with a comparison of key features— that should make choosing the perfect smartphone a little easier.
by BradMoon from 11-27-2014
Sony has been making waves with its latest smartphones, the Z3 Compact and the flagship Xperia Z3. I just sent a loaner Xperia Z3 back to Sony after several weeks of enjoying its big screen Android experience. This is one nice-looking smartphone and just in time for winter snow showers, it’s waterproof. And don’t get me started on the battery life. Read on for my full Sony Xperia Z3 experience.
by hootie from 11-27-2014
Smart TVs are now the dominant TV, but what about Smart home products? They are not far behind in becoming just as pervasive in most homes. Smart home gizmos are usually technologies that are linked to our mobile devices and that add a lot of convenience to our lives. Most of us cannot live for an hour, let alone a day, without doing some activity on our Smartphone. But Smartphones have a lot more capability than what we use them for, and Smart Home products tap into that underutilized capacity. They also make great gifts, so here are my top picks that will delight just about anyone.
by Shelly_Wutke from 11-13-2014
Fitness trackers are a great tool for anyone interested in getting the most out of their workout or just adopting some healthy new habits. I’ve tested out a lot of wearable technology and used quite a few different fitness trackers, and although they all have different features that will appeal to a different type of user, the common thread I found with all of them is how incredibly motivating they are. Fitness trackers make great gifts for the holidays too, so if you’d like to choose one for yourself or pick one up to put under the tree this year, here’s a few types you can choose from.
by BradMoon from 11-14-2014
Last year’s Moto X was a surprise hit, winning praise for its attractive design, nearly pure Android UI and excellent value proposition. This year’s follow-up Moto X is much more than a spec-bumped version 2. The new Moto X is significantly bigger, much more powerful and gains new features, while retaining much of the appeal of the original. I just wrapped up a week with the 2014 Moto X and I’ll be sorry to see it go.
by theNotice from 11-07-2014
When putting together the quintessential “classic look,” there is no accessory more important than the pearl. Whether it’s a single string of pearls, a pair of pearl earrings, or even a multi-strand necklace that pins to your dress (as in the unforgettable scene Jean Cocteau’s black and white La Belle et la Bête, which bears a striking resemblance to the faux-pearl Vintage Heirloom Pewter With Clear Crystal Stones Necklace available at Best Buy). This is one wardrobe staple with endless versatility.
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