Motorola has done a fantastic job of creating several smartphone features that have made their way to other platforms. Wireless voice controls, camera twist gestures, and always-on displays all started in the original Moto X. With the Moto Z, Motorola is taking smartphone innovation a step further. In fact, the level of innovation with the Moto Z is so unique, I think it’s fair to say Motorola just leapfrogged the competition. The Moto Z is the world’s first truly modular smartphone, and that’s a great thing. Keep reading to read our Moto Z review, plus have a chance to win your own! Continue reading
When it comes to smartphone innovation, we often get stuck in a cycle of incremental innovation. Motorola, owned by Lenovo, has decided to change things up with some of the most disruptive smartphone innovation the industry has seen in years. I had the chance to attend Lenovo Tech World, where Ashton Kutcher and the CEO of Lenovo unveiled the new Moto Z and changed the smartphone game. Continue reading
Springtime is here, and that not only means the Canadian winter is saying goodbye (good riddance!), but Samsung has just released their brand new 2016 flagships: the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. I’ve been lucky enough to get my hands on a brand new Galaxy S7 Edge, which I’ve been using for the past two weeks. If you’ve read my reviews of the Galaxy S5, or Galaxy S6, you’ll know I’ve had my frustrations with Samsung. With the Galaxy S7, however, I’m officially a fan. These devices not only feature top-tier hardware, but their software is a winner as well. Keep reading for our full review, and your chance to win a brand new Galaxy S7! Continue reading
It’s no secret that I used to be a huge BlackBerry fan. My first post on this site was about the Waterloo-based company, and at my university graduation, my classmates awarded me the “Most Likely to be the Last BlackBerry User on Earth” award. For real. But shortly after that, I was tempted by the apps and hardware of Android, and jumped ship. It’s been two years since, and with the release of the BlackBerry Priv, the best of BlackBerry is now on Android. So does it do the job? Continue reading
Despite thinking I never would, I recently purchased my first ever skin for one of my gadgets – in this case the beautiful Nexus 6. Since applying it to my phone, I’ve been getting non-stop comments from people asking how I got a new casing for a phone that doesn’t have a removable back! Well, I’ll let you in on a secret: it’s from the awesome folks at dbrand (a Toronto company no less!). Keep reading for my review of the skin, plus a chance to win your own!