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software


I’m in danger of disappearing.  A decade ago I sold my PS2 after a wasted weekend jamming Metal Gear Solid constantly.  I quickly became absorbed by the game and disappeared …

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An interesting shift has happened in the smart phone marketplace.  It’s no longer about choosing the best hardware and then going with whichever network subsidizes the hardware, you can now …

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Many app creators are trying to cash in on the iPad craze by creating iPad versions of their apps – at a premium. While many iPhone apps settled in to …

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All through the spring geeks across Canada weren’t buzzing about the hockey playoffs (all the Canadian teams were eliminated) they were talking about the subtle emergence of Google Street View …

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The iPhone is the fastest growing camera on the web. Whether it be videos uploaded to YouTube or photos on Flickr, we’re using our iPhone to capture memories and images …

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I recently spent the better part of a couple of hours on a Friday night deleting duplicates from my iTunes music player. Some might point to the inherent flaws in …

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For the second time this month, Gmail has gone down, sending legions of geeks into a cloud spinning tizzy. When it happened on September 1, Michael Kwan posted a simple …

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Skype isnt just for Oprah and lonely college students who miss their mom anymore, no the video conferencing app is moving into the mainstream as fashion avenue in new york …

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Apple finally added a radio to the iPod line today. You can find it in the iPod Nano, but will anyone use it? Already the iPod has shown it’s muscle …

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When you come back from summer vacation and your neighbour drops the stack of newspapers on your kitchen table that you forgot to cancel, do you immediately sit down and …

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