Tired of Facebook? Good luck getting out!
With the increasing popularity of Facebook warnings have started to appear about the questionable practices of the site. Not only does it save all the information and other content you chose to share on the site: The company explicitly state that they reserve the right to use this information in any way it pleases. It […]
Motorola KRZR gets inspi(RED)
Motorola has teamed up with Project (RED) , the charitable organization founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver to raise awareness and funds to fight AID in Africa. They’re bringing an exclusive new phone to Canadians in the form of the PROJECT (RED) MOTOKRZR K1, a crimson-hued version of their successor to the globally bestselling RAZR […]
Treychair makes sitting more convenient
Anyone who has a home office knows how tedious it is to find a good office chair – especially one that does more than just work as an office chair. As we all know a home office chair serves as so much more: dining room chair, desk, ladder, clothing rack, pet rest – the posibilities […]
Vancouver International Game Summit – Poaching for nerds
British Columbia is home to 138 video game companies employing close to 3,000 people, generating $300 million in revenues and boasts presence from 4 out of the 5 major global publishers. In other words, Vancouver has become a major hub for the gaming industry. This week the best and brightest of Vancouver’s gaming community met […]
.ASIA on it’s way – .XXX declined for the 3rd time
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved the .asia domain which is set to be released later this year. With about 400 million internet users in Asia the .asia domain will open enormous business opportunities for business owners and individuals that wish to establish presence in the ever-growing Asia-Pacific market. At […]
The 10 most used passwords show we are all stupid
What is your password? If the answer is “password”, “123456”, “qwerty” or your own first name you are among the millions of people who need to spend some more time securing their data. Danish magazine EPN.dk is quoting an upcoming article in PC Magazine that makes public the 10 most used passwords in the world. […]
The Sierra Quests are Back!
If you’re like me and you long for the days of true Quest games where you had to think before you actually did something and where the English language was reduced to object/action combinations you are in luck. Vivendi Universal – the new owners of the Sierra brand – have announced the release of all […]
Camry Hybrid proves the future is here
Hybrid’s engine and transmission give it top fuel ratings. Growing up, I watched a lot of episodes of The Jetsons. Sure they had great gadgets around the house and even a robot maid, but it was their car that intrigued me the most. While we haven’t defied gravity with flying cars yet, there does exist […]
Watch Akash on Breakfast Television Monday April 16th
Watch Akash on Citytv Vancouver’s Breakfast Television with Simi Sara and Dave Gerry Monday April 16th. He will be covering the latest and greatest in gadgets and technology.
How To: Make Your Apple TV Useful
Apple TV has been out in the wild for less than a month, and already hackers are extending its functionality and making the little grey box do things Apple never intended. Want to expand your hard drive, play Div-X files, view RSS feeds or even run OS-X on your new box? Look no further than […]