2016 has been a whirlwind of a year in tech.
We have BlackBerry ending in-house production of smartphones and outsourcing development and manufacturing to TCL. Shomi, a rising star in the Canadian streaming space shut down to pave way for Amazon Prime Video, and Apple said the future is now and ditched standard USB 3.0 for USB-C.
I dug deep into the data that is MobileSyrup to see which 2016 stories our readers read the most.
- Let’s discuss Netflix, Shomi and CraveTV
- Researchers from Queen’s University have created the first working flexible smartphone
- HP announces business-focused, Windows 10-powered Elite x3 phablet
- OnePlus 3 review: Best $500 smartphone available in Canada
- Sony’s new Xperia X is the mid-range smartphone price conscious Canadians have been waiting for
- 67 percent of Canadians own a smartphone, says new Pew Research report
- LG V20 review: Inconsistent greatness
- Pokémon Go is now officially available in Canada on iOS and Android
- Why I settled on LG’s Stylo 2 Plus as my Galaxy Note 7 replacement
- LG 360 VR Hands-on: A new mid-level VR competitor
Which stories were your favourite? Let us know in the comment section and here is to an awesome 2017!
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