Reports suggest there will only be a limited supply of the difficult-to-manufacture devices
Mar 01, 2015
From drones that deliver defibrillators to robots that help kids manage pain, companies are at work on devices to prolong life and make each day better
Feb 26, 2015
It’s the rise of the fun machines: this season’s hottest drones and robots
Dec 17, 2014
Our annual gadget gift guide is mostly about stuff you should want, but there is some tech no one should buy
Dec 03, 2014
Content, cost and risks of early adoption had us turn to our two top gadget guys: to buy or not to buy?
Nov 28, 2014
When there are no key exclusive games how can you pick between the big ones?
Nov 21, 2014
Is Ubisoft seeing a transition in flagship franchises?
Nov 20, 2014
More of the cartoonish wackiness the series has come to be known for
Nov 18, 2014
Disney’s collectible and playable characters have their strengths and weaknesses, we’ve reviewed the entire expansion pack
Nov 14, 2014
The follow-up to one of 2012’s best games is a time suck, but offers great value
Nov 14, 2014
Peter Nowak has been
writing about technology for 15 years, with a focus on trends and how they
affect the world. He worked at The Globe and Mail between 1997 and 2004 before
moving to China and then New Zealand, where he won the award for best
technology reporter at the New Zealand Herald. When he returned home in 2006,
he worked as the technology and telecom reporter at the National Post and then
the CBC, where he won the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance prize for
excellence in reporting.
Peter is also the author of Sex, Bombs and Burgers: How War, Porn and Fast Food Created Technology as We Know It. He is currently a syndicated columnist, blogger and freelance journalist in Toronto and is working on his next book, Humans 3.0.
His personal blog is at WordsByNowak.com.