I have some work tools that I’ve used for over a decade; my trusty 21-inch upright roller-board suitcase that has been on 3 continents, my backup battery pack to keep my devices charged, and my old Nikon that has covered the Olympics, the Women’s World Cup, and followed me up mountains and across seas. It’s […]
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Tech toys will be hot ticket items for Father’s Day this year and Best Buy has one of the latest and greatest available now. The Samsung Galaxy S Camera is a 16.3 megapixel camera from the smart phone makers that uses the Android operating system. You’re used to phones that have cameras, apps and connectivity, […]
Caya is a sophisticated brand of boutiques powered by TELUS and they’re stocking the shelves with great gadget-y gift ideas this season. With stores on South Granville, in Gastown, on Davie, and in the West End, they’re offering stylish tech-savvy products that will not only be practical, but also look really cool. Gift Guide Fuji […]
The GigaPixel Project in Vancouver has been precisely documenting scenes of the city of the last few months and the results are stunning. GigaPixel images are digital bitmaps composed of one billion pixels (1,000 megapixels), more than 150 times the information captured by a 6 megapixel digital camera. The latest GigaPixel image was revealed yesterday […]
The other day I saw a big, huge, green, “F” walking down the street in the West End. I seriously thought I had walked onto the set of Sesame Street until I remembered The F List. Fujifilm is making your holiday shopping season so much easier by rallying its team of experts to find the […]
As noted in my liveblog last night, a Flip video camera was bestowed upon me. This morning I did the ceremonial unboxing and tried out the video-only gadget. My first impressions are that it’s very simple and single-purpose, which frankly serves my needs perfectly. I have my iPhone which contains everything I need when I’m […]