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What is data roaming?

what is data roaming

If you aren’t the type to travel, you’ll probably never have heard of roaming data. But for many of us who cross International borders on a weekly basis and spend all of our family vacation money in a different country, data roaming is a pretty important topic to be knowledgeable about. Want to roam with your phone? Here’s a few …

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What to do if you drop your iPhone in water

Wondering what to do if you drop your iPhone in water? I dropped my iPhone in a sink of water on purpose. Read on to see what happened. I’m what you call a tech enthusiast, so when I was asked to test out the EVAP Rescue Pouch by Kensington, I was ready. Until, of course, I realized that I actually …

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Why is Hulu not in Canada?

It’s hard not to feel resentful while living in Canada sometimes. It’s not just the snow in May (you have my sympathy Prairies), it’s the lack of video streaming options. Yes, you squeak out better content from Netflix if you change up your DNS settings, but what about all of the other cool streaming services? Why is Hulu not in …

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Review of iRobot Roomba and iRobot Scooba

Review of iRobot Roomba and iRobot Scooba I grew up in Saskatchewan. For those of you who may wonder where that is, it’s in the middle of Canada and currently covered in a snowbank. In April.  Or maybe that was last week. My mom isn’t too fast with the email. While living in Saskatchewan, I watched a lot of TV. …

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Worst movies on Netflix 2013

Worst movies on Netflix 2013 – My personal review of Vampire Dog Someday, we’ll be able to tell our grandchildren how there once was a video streaming service that served up D-list movies so brutally bad, we had to restrain ourselves from getting up and throwing tomatoes at our screen. Actually, after what I watched last night on my weekly …

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Great kids apps for Spring Break 2013

It’s officially Spring Break 2013, and into every Spring Break a little boredom must fall. If this happens to you, you’ve got to dig deep into your bag of tricks and pull out something great to entertain the kiddies. I love Googling “Things to do on Spring Break 2013 for kids” and seeing what comes up. Bowling pins made from …

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Want to watch Hulu in Canada?

Hulu in Canada

Geoblocking can be a real pain in the butt. I don’t know how many times I clicked on a link to watch a video, only to see those inane words flash across my screen – “This video is not available in your region.” I mean really…. It’s not enough we have chilly temperatures, limited sunshine, and a serious lack of …

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More Apps that need to be made

Apps that need to be made Apple recently added an ‘Editors Pick’ to the App store, as well as a few other changes that I probably should notice but haven’t for one simple reason. When every single day you’re hit with “There’s an App for that”, I can’t help but thinking there really isn’t. I can’t go on the App …

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Netflix Canada vs USA – How to get US Netflix in Canada

I signed up with Netflix pretty much the day it launched in Canada. Having fiddled around with it in the US a few times, I knew what type of movies/shows/ etc. it offered, and you didn’t have to ask me twice if I wanted access to unlimited episodes of Hoarders (when you trip over toys and laundry all day, programs …

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Best websites for work at home business – The good, the bad, and the ugly

If you have a business, no matter how small, you are going to need a website of some kind. In a world where social networking is much the same as walking up to someone and shaking their hand, having a website is just the same as handing out a business card, so you don’t just need a website, you need …

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