In today’s increasingly interconnected world it’s harder than ever to say goodbye to your social media accounts, email inbox, and WhatsApp chat groups while you travel. Whether you’re on-the-go for business or sightseeing in a new city for the first time, the ability to fire off a quick snapshot to Instagram or stay in the back-and-forth loop with friends and coworkers is essential.
Lights, camera, action—it’s Oscars season once again. Next Sunday, Hollywood rolls out the red carpet for the 89th Academy Awards, so it’s crunch time for anyone trying to get caught up with this year’s list of nominated flicks, especially if you’re bound for an Oscars’ party or planning to run the table on an Oscars’ pool.
There’s good news for many of Alberta’s remote and technologically-sidelined rural communities still waiting for access to high-speed internet services, says Art Price, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Axia NetMedia.
If you’re a non-gamer, the options for virtual reality headsets have been somewhat limited. The best of the best—Oculus Rift and HTC Vive—require powerful (and expensive) computers and are ideally suited to hardcore gamers. At the other end of the spectrum, smartphone-powered headsets like Samsung Gear and Google Cardboard offer subpar optics that can quickly strain the eye.