Nowadays, more people are using their smartphones to take all their photos. Partly because it is super easy to capture photos and videos with and it’s always within arm’s reach. In the past few years, there has also been a rise in film photography, more specifically Polaroid photos (you know, the camera that allows you to print your photos instantly).
Business Insider reports that Google may have offered to buy Snap Inc. for $30 billion back in 2016.
It seems like more people nowadays are getting a DSLR as their main camera over a traditional point and shoot. And Canon is one of the top DSLR camera brands out there. I’ve been using a Canon Rebel T1i, ever since it came out in 2009.
Now, six versions later and we have the T7i and it has easily become one of my favourite DSLRs.
After the Note7 debacle last year, fans of Samsung’s Note lineup are eagerly waiting for the arrival of the Note8. But famed leaker, Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) has our best look at the Note8 so far.
Back at Google I/O, Samsung and Google announced that Daydream VR support would be coming to the Galaxy S8 & S8+ this summer but never gave a concrete date until now.
YouTube has announced a new channel called, YouTube Spotlight Canada, which will audiences to up-and-coming Canadian talent.
CraveTV has quite a few titles coming to their service in August, including new episodes of Ray Donovan and all seven seasons of Californication.
I’ve been a big fan of Action Launcher a long time, it’s been my go-to launcher of choice. I install it almost every Android device I get. The new July 2017 update (dubbed v26) brings quite a few new features including support for the Google Feed (formerly known as Google Now).
Amazon has quietly announced a new delivery system that they’re calling The Hub.
Let’s take a look at some of the new titles making their way to Netflix Canada this August.