People dig celebrities. If they didn't, grocery aisle rags like The National Enquirer would cease to publish; tabloid programming like TMZ wouldn't fill the airwaves; and advertisers wouldn't be interested in shelling out gobs of money to musicians, actors, sports stars and pop culture icons to endorse their products.
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On Thursday night, Canadian prog-rockers Rush were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, further cementing the fact that a lot more people get this band's music than I do. What I do get, however, is its wonderfully constructed app for iOS users.
It's no secret what smartphones have done to digital camera sales over the past couple of years. According to the Canadian Imaging Trade Association (CITA), 2.4 million cameras were shipped to Canadian dealers during 2012...
"Our life is frittered away by detail," wrote American poet essayist, naturalist, and philosopher Henry David Thoreau a century and-a-half ago. "Simplify, simplify, simplify!" he advised.
I'd never, until recently, thought of planning what to look at when I visit an art gallery, though. I generally just go, and wander. But researching your visit to a museum or gallery makes sense, especially if you anticipate only having a short time there...
The traditional car audio market isn't what it used to be. But does the word "traditional" apply, or has car audio simply evolved to encompass all the connectivity and integration options available today?
You know how I know that you haven't downloaded 4 Pics 1 Word yet? Because if you did already, you'd be too engulfed in it to even have the time or energy to track down this story.
Anyone who does business on the Internet (and who doesn't?) needs to be aware of the constantly evolving security and privacy landscape. In recent weeks, a number of specific incidents have highlighted several broad areas of concern.
The boys of summer are back and swinging for the fences, as is MLB.com's At Bat app for iOS. If a baseball fan wants to keep track of everything going on with his favourite team(s) while on the go, this is the place to be.
Now that I have your attention, this week it was too tough to pick out just one wonderfully weird story to share, so here's a pair that sound related, but actually aren't...perhaps unfortunately.
The mobile phone market used to be so simple. There were a handful of similar devices from which to choose. A customer bought the one he wanted, activated a service plan, than used it to make and receive calls.