Gadgets and Technology for 2021

Gadgets and Technology for 2021

Covid 19 may be all doom and gloom, but not enough to stop the march of new ideas and technology. Startups and corporations alike have kept up the tempo of new releases, and despite the pandemic, there are hundreds of new gadgets to see.


Sometimes it can be hard to shop for foodies who already stock their kitchen with the latest and greatest appliances, tools, and utensils. Kitchen gadgets make food prep, cooking (and cleaning up!) easy, safe, and fun whether they’re making weeknight dinners for the whole family or perfecting the next big holiday meal. 

Connecting all Canadians to high-speed Internet

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced an investment of $1.75 billion to help connect Canadians to high-speed Internet across the country, grow businesses, and create jobs. This investment will connect 98 per cent of Canadians across the country to high-speed Internet by 2026, with the goal of connecting all Canadians by 2030.

Technology – Gadgets to help getting back to work during Covid-19

Six months into the coronavirus pandemic and some businesses are already emerging out of lockdown. In the coming weeks and months ahead, more companies see employees returning to work around the country. Even so, there are many additional precautions to take at the workplace during this public health crisis. Here are some of the best gadgets to fight the coronavirus’s spread as the labor force returns to work amid COVID-19 en masse.

Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality

Technology is improving at a rapid pace, as many things are possible today that just dreamed 10 years ago or purely in the realms of science fiction. Today, some of these once impossible things are rising to the occasion in the form of Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Mixed Reality. But what are they exactly?