The City of Vancouver’s VanConnect App is a handy city guide to have, reference, report-on, and use day-to-day in the City of Vancouver.
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Every step you take in Vancouver places you near a heritage site, whether it’s related to the traditional Coast Salish territory, the birth of Vancouver as a city, or monuments to past events and architecture. The Vancouver Heritage Foundation (“VHF”) has an app that can help you see exactly what heritage sites are around you […]
Two days ago Instagram introduced Hyperlapse, a new app that allows users to create speedy timelapse videos with their phones: “Traditionally, time lapse videos depend on holding your phone or camera still while you film. Hyperlapse from Instagram features built-in stabilization technology that lets you create moving, handheld time lapses that result in a cinematic […]
Over the next few days I will be profiling a handful of gadgets and tech gifts. Some will be a part of a general gift guide and others will include giveaways. They are all items that I have used (the giveaways will be brand new, just for the winners of course) and that I find […]
The Canadian Red Cross has recently released a mobile application that serves as a First Aid guide, emergency preparedness tool, and more. As a member of the Red Cross’ Social Media Team, I downloaded the app when it was released and I talked about it on Dotto Tech’s radio show on AM650. Once a month […]
Vancouver’s Megaphone magazine has become the first street paper in the world to create and release a mobile phone application to make it easier to find and support a vendor. Published by the non-profit Street Corner Media Foundation, Megaphone helps homeless and low-income individuals earn their own income, allowing them to purchase and re-sell the […]