technology

Can’t Find an NES Classic Edition? Play the Classics on Nintendo’s Virtual Console

The hottest toy of the holiday season is, without a doubt, Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition. It’s no surprise why. Preloaded with 30 classic Nintendo games and costing only $80, the nostalgia-inducing NES console throwback is a hit with parents and kids alike.

Cut the cable cord and stream live TV through your Roku player

Cutting the cord on cable and embracing the world of streaming content is becoming more and more popular, but saying goodbye to the ease and convenience of live broadcast television can be difficult, especially when it comes to watching local news and sports.

Browse and borrow eBooks for free with OverDrive

Winter is here and the weather is growing more frightful by the day. This means it’s officially that time of year to load up your eReader of choice with a stack of good eBooks and curl up beside the crackle of a good fire. But why pay for that stack of eBooks when you can get them for free from your local library?

How to watch NHL hockey after cutting the cord on cable

With the official end of summer and the arrival of fall it’s time to prepare for the emergence of winter’s short days and long nights. In most countries, that means getting lots of lots of Vitamin D on a daily basis. And while that’s generally good practice, up here in Canada winter’s arrival means one thing and one thing only: Ensuring we get lots and lots of healthy NHL hockey on a daily basis.