Welcome to Tech Applied, a different take on a tech blog. Being students ourselves, we view things with a more budget oriented perspective. We know not all purchases we make are cheap, especially when it comes to tech. Our goal is to keep you informed and updated on the newest devices to hit the Canadian market, awesome deals we find around the net (and around town) and much more. We hope to help you make more informed decisions and help you get your money’s worth.
We’ll be dividing articles into several categories:
- back.track – a tread down memory lane, a throwback of past tech trends and devices
- bits. – news bits we just had to share with you
- download – app deals and reviews from the Apple App Store or Google Play
- ear.candy – our picks in audio accessories, or a fresh new (or newly discovered) song we keep playing on repeat, or deals we’ve found on any one of the major music stores (iTunes, Google Play, 7digital & etc.).
- finds. – deals we find around town or on the web
- how.to – a step by step article things we think might help you or on topics readers may suggest
- impressions – our initial impressions of a new item, basically us savouring that freshly unwrapped, new box smell
- my.say – a writeup of our say on a new release or a current trend; more simply put, an editorial
- off.beat – a slight deviation to our regular programming, whether it be fashion, design, or architecture
- review – a detailed look into an accessory or device, we’ll give you our take and we’ll try to be as open-minded as we can, but hey we’re all entitled to an opinion right?
- take.two – a second look at an item previously reviewed, because we all know that the real experience is after the honeymoon period
- tech.bytes – a byte size (pun intended) curated summary of highlights in the tech and apparel world
what to expect in the coming days:
review. – iPhone 6 Plus, a new year, a new iPhone
review. – NOCS NS500a, more than just some pretty earphones
take.two – The LG G3, last year’s underrated flagship
tech.bytes – A summary of CES week and this week’s standout tech announcements
Is there something you’re keen to know about, we’d love to hear your suggestions. We’re always looking for ways to improve Tech Applied, so leave a comment below.