Category: technology

It’s easier than ever to start a charity these days. If you know how to use social media, you can reach tens of millions of people. It’s amazing because you don’t need to look far to find someone in desperate need of help. Just make sure you’ve got good insurance from the start. It’s still essential even if you’re an up-and-coming charity that’s not bringing in lots of money. Let’s look at a few reasons why you don’t want to…

Step aside escape rooms and board game cafes; virtual reality may just be the “future of entertainment” wherein one can immerse themselves into another world. The arcade, bordering the uptown area of Toronto, combines high quality technology with the social aspect of gaming with friends, which intrigues both avid gamers and newcomers alike. One can take on a variety of games to their heart’s content or have a glimpse of the VR world at booths that are pre-setup by tech…

Dispelling the notion that industry events have to be dull, Klick created a tour of immersive and inspiring special events in cities across North America last year. Curated by Klick CEO, Leerom Segal, the Klick MUSE series of events included Boston, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and ended the year with Klick’s hometown, Toronto.

When we received an invite from Best Buy for an event showcasing what’s available today in building a smart home tech, we thought we’d be walking into a showroom full of products. Instead, when we arrived at the address in Leslieville, we found ourselves at the steps of a townhouse. What better way to learn about what life in a smart home would be like, than to experience it first hand.

Kung Pao Cauliflower made with T-fal Actifry

Earlier this summer T-fal teamed up with Matt Basile of Fidel Gastro to celebrate the launch of their latest innovation: the Actifry Express. With the premise of marrying function and design to prepare gourmet dishes in record time: guests were treated to live demos which showcased just how little oil (1 tbsp or less!) was used to create the cooked and delicious fried canapés at each station. From mushroom topped crostini to spicy cauliflower bites the Actifry delivered on food…

Photo: Nick Lee

To celebrate the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones, Samsung brought out England’s indie rock band, Alt-J.

It was a rocking full house on the evening of April 9th at the Sound Academy with great eats by Parts & Labour Catering as well as feature Samsung S6 cocktails.

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