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Sponsored Post – Best Buy Canada Teams up with Cyber-Seniors to Bring Technology to Residents at the Kiwanis Care Centre

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Geek Squad installs new technology to get residents online and connected to their community

Best Buy Canada is helping seniors get connected online. Teaming up with Cyber-Seniors and student volunteers at the Kiwanis Care Centre, Best Buy is putting technology in the hands of seniors at this residential care facility in North Vancouver.

“With technology adoption rates for seniors growing, …

Futurelooks Does GottaCon 2014 in Victoria, BC Canada (Video)

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Futurelooks made their way to GottaCon 2014 this past weekend to bring gamers the joy of PC DIY. Accompanied by audio from Creative Labs, motherboards from GIGABYTE, GPUs from NVIDIA, and cases from In Win Technology, we gave over 3000 gamers of all kinds, a chance to experience the best in PC gaming technology. Also there support of the PC …

Futurelooks Checks Out the 2012 Vancouver Gaming Expo (Video)

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This weekend Futurelooks was out at the Vancouver Gaming Expo, which is the close cousin to the Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo which took place back in March. Because of the huge success of the first event, the organizers decided to create another event that celebrated more modern gaming and combined vendors, fun tournaments, educational panels, a bit of cosplay, and …

CLOSED – Attention Canadians! Futurelooks and GIGABYTE Canada Team Up to Give Away a G1-Killer Series Sniper Motherboard!

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Futurelooks might be all over the Internet, but its home is Canada: Home of Hockey, Maple Syrup, Beavers, Poutine and BlackBerries. That’s why we’ve teamed up with GIGABYTE’s Canadian division to give our Canadian Readers, an opportunity to win one fantastic prize! And we’re doing it on Facebook!

What’s the Prize?

Futurelooks and GIGABYTE Canada are teaming up to give …

Originality is Key in Microsoft’s ZUNE Strategy in Canada

When the ZUNE was first announced, it was heralded as Apple’s first real iPod competitor; an “iPod Killer” if you will. As the vaporware became hardware, this sentiment became less and less a reality as the initial hardware and software paled in comparison to Apple’s superior industrial design and slick user interface. It seemed that the war was lost before …