Eurocom Commander I offers secure computing for enterprise users
Feb17

Eurocom Commander I offers secure computing for enterprise users

Eurocom – the name is synonymous with fast and powerful gaming rigs like the Sky X9E laptop which we reviewed a while back. This time, the Nepean, Ontario-based computer maker is training its sights on enterprise and government organization users with one of its latest creations. Grab a look at its Commander I laptop.   Slab-like appearance. Smooth but grippy matte black finish all around. The rig has a solid feel to it...

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Dell dives deeper into gaming
Jan06

Dell dives deeper into gaming

The growing surge of consumer interest in computer gaming appears to have prompted technology manufacturer, Dell, to double down on its offerings to gamers. At the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas, not only did the company release a new laptop aimed at computer game enthusiast, Dell also refreshed its hardcore gaming Alienware line and announced a partnership with one of the world’s premier eSport organization. “The...

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It’s all about hacking with new Nex Evolution smart band
Jan06

It’s all about hacking with new Nex Evolution smart band

There’s no shortage of smart wearables in the market but Montreal’s Mighty Cast believes its latest Nex Evolution smart band will separate itself from the rest of herd because it’s most likely the most hackable wearable available today. Of course, when Mighty Cast says hackable, they mean their 2nd generation Nex Evolution can be configured by its user to do a number of things. At first glance, the $105 Nex Evolution look pretty much...

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Microsoft Australia presents the Xbox… onesie?
Aug23

Microsoft Australia presents the Xbox… onesie?

Xbox Australia decided the recent release of the Xbox One S console was incomplete without the addition of a new loungewear collection. The collection, titled simply the “Xbox Onesie”, is best described as a tracksuit for Xbox marathoners. With enlarged pockets to accommodate controllers and an arm pouch for your smartphone, the onesie is truly designed for the tech lover. Worried that you’ll work up a sweat as you decimate Call of...

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A PokeBall to catch ’em all
Aug22

A PokeBall to catch ’em all

Travelling through the city, tracking Pokemon, catching ’em all… Pokemon Go almost makes players feel like real Pokemon Trainers. Almost, but not quite. One of the most distinctive parts of the quest to catch Pokemon is the PokeBall. With a red top, white bottom, and a horizontal black ring, the ball is a symbol that almost everyone recognizes, whether they’re Pokemon enthusiasts or not. While Pokemon Go players can throw...

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How technology is changing the sports marketing game
Aug19

How technology is changing the sports marketing game

Attention, sports marketers! At a Santa Clara conference on July 29, industry experts came together to discuss the future of marketing and the role that technology will play. The summit identified seven major trends: 1. Develop a second screen That means that while die-hard fans are glued to their T.Vs, there’s another group of potential viewers that are accessible by social media.  Nielsen, a global consumer and media insight...

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