- Smart Pause, which will pause video you are watching if you get distracted and look away.
- Dual Camera, allows you to insert yourself in the picture/video you are taking.
- S Translator, supports 9 languages in text and voice.
- Knox, the enterprise security feature that allows you to separate personal from business content/apps.
- Air View/Gesture, that allows you to interact with the phone without touching the screen, and instead, waving your hand in front of it or hovering your finger over it.
Saturday, March 16, 2013
On the evening of March 14th, Samsung announced the Galaxy S4 in New York City. Many of the new features were showcased, like:
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Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Thursday, January 31, 2013
"It's a New Day in the History of BlackBerry," said Thorsten Heins on Jan 30th at the launch of BlackBerry10. Not only did the company change its name (from RIM to BlackBerry), it also announced two new phones on its new platform BB10 (Z10 and Q10). I chatted with Sun News about the launch and the impact it could have. Check out the video here.
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Friday, January 25, 2013
Friday, November 2, 2012
The iPad mini hit store shelves this morning, while the Microsoft surface just recently became available as well. Two more devices to choose from in the exciting world of tablets. I had a chance to chat about the devices with BNN's Frances Horodelski. Click here for the video.
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Wednesday, October 24, 2012
The device of the day on Oct. 23rd was the iPad Mini. With its price starting at $329 and a screen size of 7.9", this "mini-me" version of the original iPad is smaller and more affordable. More details on the tablet and my opinion can be found here.
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Friday, September 21, 2012
While I was not in a line up this morning waiting to buy the iPhone5...instead I was at the CTV studio talking about it. Click here to see the video from the CTV segment.
Talking about the new phone, features, competition, and mapping technology.
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