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Top 15 Most Popular Gadgets Websites

What are the best gadgets websites on the internet? Here are the top 15 most popular gadgets websites and blogs to keep you well informed of thousands of gadgets and have a look at the future trends.

1. Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of everything new in gadgets and
consumer electronics.

2. Boy Genius Report, also known as BGR, is another one of the best gadgets websites featuring Apple, Android, Blackberry, Mobile, gadgets gallery, reviews and buying guide.

3. AppleInsider is a news and gadgets website which focuses on Apple Inc. It also offers a forum for discussing Apple related topics.

4. SlashGear is a weblog devoted to gadget and tech published by R3 Media LLC.  It is updated daily and published in two languages – English and Japanese.

5. 9 to 5 Mac – a gadget and technology website focusing on Apple Intelligence.

6. TechCrunch is a web publication that offers technology news and analysis, as well as profiling of startup companies, products, and websites.

7. Android Central is one of the best android websites online, which offers android news, reviews, forums, videos, guides & tips, apps, devices and more gadgets.

8. Mashable is an Internet news blog which covers news and developments in mobile, entertainment, online video, business, web development, technology and gadgets.

9. IntoMobile delivers breaking news, information, and analysis on the latest cell phones and cell phone technology.

10. Android Police is one of great sources for latest Android news, applications, games, upcoming phones and Internet devices, tips and tutorials and more.

11. Ubergizmo is a popular news website that features honest, opinionated news & reviews of consumer electronics products, gadgets and trends.

12. Gadget Lab is Wired.com’s hardware news blog, covering computers, consumer electronics, laptops, notebooks, netbooks, smartphones and more.

13. CrunchGear is a one of the most popular blogs on gadgets and computer hardware, edited by John Biggs.

14. Android Phone Fans is a website for Android Phone Reviews, News, Apps, Games and Rumors. Also covers Android Tablets and other Android devices.

15. AnandTech offers reviews of computer hardware such as motherboards, graphic cards, and CPUs and mobile phones.

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TIFF has unveiled plans for Canada on Screen, a co-production between TIFF and three core project partners — Library and Archives Canada, the Cinémathèque québécoise, and The Cinematheque in Vancouver — for Canada’s sesquicentennial in 2017. Beginning in January and running throughout the year, the free programme will present moving-image installations, special events, special guests, an extensive online catalogue, screenings across the country, and a list of the 150 essential moving-image works from Canada’s cinematic history based on a national poll of industry professionals.

The Canada on Screen list includes Canada’s significant contributions to the cinematic landscape in nine categories: animation, commercials, music videos, shorts, features, moving image installations, experimental films and video, documentaries, and television shows. Screenings will be held in Toronto and cities across Canada in coordination with partner organizations.

The 10 commercials to be featured (in no particular order are below) read the full release here.

1. “Arctic Sun” Tropicana, BBDO (2010)

2. “Bike Story” Canadian Tire, Doner Schur Peppler (1990)

3. “Mona Lisa” Cadbury’s Caramilk, DDB Canada (1973)

4. “Dove Evolution” Dove Self-esteem Fund, Ogilvy & Mather (2006)

5. “It’s Not a Mistake, Start the Car!” Ikea Canada, Zig (2005)

6. “Meunier” Pepsi, Blouin Coulombe Dube Thompson (1993)

7. “Do You Eat the Red Ones Last” Smarties, Ogilvy & Mather (1967) Note: this is not the original spot

8. “On est six millions faut se parler” Labatt 50, BCP (1975)

9. “Proud Fathers” Tim Hortons, Enterprise (2006)

10. “The Rant” Molson Canadian, Bensimon Byrne (2000)


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