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[14 Jun 2011 | No Comment | ]
HP TouchPad tablet coming to Canada on July 15th

While the iPad and its successor, the iPad 2, are still the gold-standard for tablets, 2011 has already seen the release of a number of challengers for its throne. Both the recently released Motorola XOOM and RIM Playbook have some features that are better than the iPad, but neither of them has managed to recreate the “magic” that Apple infuses the iPad with. While most of the tablets still to come this year are going to Android Honeycomb based – Samsung, Toshiba, Dell, HTC, Lenovo, LG all have …

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[5 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]
Telus releases the rugged Motorola DEFY Android phone

Already available on T-Mobile in the US since November 2010, Motorola has decided to bring the rugged DEFY to Canada. This mid-range Android smartphone stands out from the competition in one major way – its durability. It has a scratch proof Gorilla Glass screen, is water-resistant, dust-proof, and can take a few more drops than your average smartphone. However keep in mind water-resistant doesn’t mean water-proof, so I wouldn’t suggest trying to duplicate the conditions of the image above!
While the DEFY is certainly not a cutting edge Android phone, it …

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[8 Aug 2010 | One Comment | ]

RGB Filter was at the Toronto launch of the iPhone 4 on Friday, July 30th. However not being a die-hard Apple fanatic I wasn’t lining up for the phone myself, so I slept in and missed the 7 AM early opening at the Apple Store.
When I got to the Eaton Centre, at about 7.30 AM, there was a short line outside the Bell store, waiting for that store’s 10 AM opening, a pretty long line outside Fido, and a few people outside the Rogers store. Most amusing to me …

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[14 Jul 2010 | One Comment | ]

It’s not surprising that with all attention HD video-capable DSLRs have been getting, companies like Canon and Panasonic have enjoyed a surge of popularity of their HD-DSLR/HD-EVIL (Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens) cameras.  Now, they’ve also announced that they are planning on stuffing those gorgeous APS-C and 4/3s sensors into their next-gen camcorders.  But they’re still much in development and won’t be in the market until 2011 at the earliest.  In the meantime, Sony has jumped into the fray and has them done one better.