Author: Brad Bennett

Koho is a digital bank account aimed at helping you budget

Koho is a Canadian online digital banking/saving app that can be used in a few different ways, but I find it works best as a complement to your regular banking system. In essence, Koho is an app that allows you to manage your money and a reloadable Visa card. This lets you track your spending, […]

Target inventory listings suggests new Apple TV and AirPods on the way

A leaked online inventory listing for a bunch of unnamed Apple products hit the web today, suggesting that the tech giant might have some new products up its sleeve. It’s typical for Apple to hold some kind of spring product release event so this news isn’t entirely out of the blue. The listings are for ‘AirPods […]

Another pair of Canadians plan to drive coast-to-coast in a Tesla

Another batch of Canadians is planning to drive from the west coast to the east coast in roughly three days. This time around, it’s a team of two people. The pair is hoping to be able to drive constantly to make the trip as fast as possible. The drivers are Ian Pavelko from Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec […]

Volkswagen EV fast-charger prototype can be placed almost anywhere

Volkswagen and German electric utility company E.ON are working together to develop a new electric vehicle charger that uses large batteries instead of costly custom electric grid infrastructure. This charger is still in the prototype phase, but it could help the rollout of EV chargers since it should be cheaper than building custom charger infrastructure. […]

Galaxy Home Mini smart speaker offered as S20 pre-order bonus in South Korea

Samsung is still seemingly having issues with its Galaxy Home line of smart speakers. The latest revelation in the long-drawn-out smart Samsung smart speaker saga is that the Galaxy Home Mini is coming to South Korea as a Galaxy S20 pre-order bonus. It’s unclear if the company plans to release the Galaxy Home Mini or […]

Video chatting, but way more fun

If you spend a lot of time video chatting with your friends and family on Facebook or WhatsApp, then keep read to learn about how much fun the Portal TV is. If you don’t video chat through Facebook and you don’t have $200 to spare, this device isn’t for you. While it seems natural to […]

Samsung Galaxy S20 rumours, the (possible) death of Blackberry phones

This week the SyrupCast crew is taking a look at smartphones from the past and the future. Patrick, Brad and special guest Ian, MobileSyrup’s publisher, talk about the legacy of Blackberry devices and what it means that the brand has cut its ties with Chinese phone manufacturer TCL. Following that, Dean Daley, our resident phone […]

Jeep shows off e-bike during Super Bowl commercial

While Jeep isn’t diving headfirst into electrification like the rest of the automotive industry it is working on a pretty cool offroad electric bike.  It’s calling the bike, ‘e-bike,’ and its being made by a company called QuietKat, which already sells a ton of off-road electric bikes. QuietKat sells its current bikes for prices between […]

Drone Delivery Canada partners with DSV Canada for drone shipping

Drone Delivery Canada, which uses robotic drones of varying sizes to deliver cargo with a variety of shipping partners, has added a new ally to its list. DSV Canada is a shipping and transport company. It has headquarters based in Milton, Ontario and Drone Delivery Canada equipment is being deployed there now. Once DSV and […]

Picture of Powerbeats4 headphones leak in iOS 13.3.1

A new icon representing the upcoming Bluetooth Powerbeats4 headphones surfaced in the latest iOS 13.3.1 update. The icon shows off a slightly new look for Apple-owned Beats’ sporty neck buds with the wire coming out from the piece of plastic that locks behind the wearer’s ear. The overall form factor in the icon also looks […]