Ted Kritsonis

Ted Kritsonis

A journalism grad-turned-veteran of the biz, Ted covers the tech world, and has written for a number of publications in Canada and the U.S. Ted loves hockey and history books, but also gets a kick out of saving people money through smarter tech buying decisions. Well-traveled, spoken, and a nice in a Canadian way, Ted lives and breathes Toronto, but doesn't always write from there.
Articles
Home Theater

Can these crazy Kickstarter headphones possibly be comfy? We tried a pair

The Vie Shair buck conventional headphone designs in an effort to provide a more comfortable listening experience for the user. But can a completely open headphone really work?
Home Theater

MovieSwap’s slippery streaming plan involves warehouses full of DVDs, and a loophole

MovieSwap is trying to build the largest online video library by collecting physical DVDs from subscribers and stream them in a cloud-based service. It's not only huge in attempted footprint, but also entirely legal.
Mobile

This app lets you pick the healthcare you need instead of giving you a one-size-fits-all plan

League is a startup looking to shake up the consumer healthcare experience with an app-based platform that gives employees more choice in how to spend their insurance dollars.
Product Review

Mass Fidelity Core Review

Mass Fidelity's Core defies physics to embarass speakers twice its size.
Mobile

Get more out of your BlackBerry Priv with these 8 tips and tricks

There's more to the BlackBerry Priv than meets the eyes. Here are some of our favorites tips and tricks, whether you need to silence your phone or delete an email from both the Hub and server at the same time.
Movies & TV

Popcorn Time lets you pirate from a browser window, and its creators want it legal

Popcorn Time has risen up again, only this time it looks to be in a web browser near you. The controversial Netflix-style torrent streaming platform had a fairly long run until a few months ago with separate forks, and looked to be all but…
Home Theater

Netflix sees a bright and dark future with HDR, plans to ramp up shooting content with it

TV manufacturers are pushing 4K Ultra HD hard, but Netflix's top product executive sees HDR, or High Dynamic Range, as being the “next big thing” in video.
Wearables

Keep warm without the layers with ThermalTech's solar-powered outerwear

Given that it’s winter, it seems fitting that startup ThermalTech would announce an Indiegogo campaign on what it calls “the world’s first solar-powered smart fabric” to stay warm without having to layer up when venturing outside.
Product Review

Sony Xperia Z5 Review

No wonder James Bond didn't want Sony's Xperia Z5
Product Review

4SeTV Review

Turn your living room into a sports bar with a box that shows 4 games at once.
Product Review

ZTE Axon Review

The Axon’s made from heavy metal, but has a light price