July 6th, 2015

5 smartphone apps you need for your summer road trip

Making like a Griswald and taking your vacation on the road this summer? Forgo the cumbersome maps and kitschy sing-along songs you associate with the dark ages and instead load up your phone with five apps that will have you cruising smoothly down the highway.

Google Maps: One of the 5 apps you need on the road this summer

Google Maps: One of the 5 apps you need on the road this summer

Google Maps – iOS, Android

It seems obvious, doesn’t it? Of course you should have Google Maps on your phone. Doesn’t everybody? It’s totally obvious until you take the wrong exit and end up at a dead end in the middle of nowhere. Don’t take it for granted that your phone will automatically have a map app, and even if it does, ensure that you’ve enabled the Google Location Services so that you can use your device as a GPS. It doesn’t help if you have the app but you won’t allow it to show you where you are.


September 16th, 2014

Office 365 – Your modern Office keeps getting better

The Office that goes where you go

Did you know that over a billion people on the planet use Microsoft Office?  With that many people Microsoft wants to make sure everyone can experience Office on many devices and platforms. Android, iPhone and Windows Phone users already enjoy the ability to use Office for Mobile. PC and Mac users experience the “classic” Office the way we are all accustomed to. This all comes together with an Office 365 Subscription. You can stay connected and experience the latest versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint on so many different devices. One annual subscription and you are all set for an Office experience like never before.


September 4th, 2013

Moto X

Introducing the Moto X a better way to get your notifications, and even a better way to get things done with Motorola Assist and Touchless Control. It’s everything you want to know, when you want to know it, with Motorola Connect. Delivered discreetly to your screen, so you don’t have to be that person always checking your phone.

August 19th, 2013

#LDTouchTech Twitter Party

LDTouchTech_403x403It’s that time of year again – time to get back to class and back to business. London Drugs is hosting another great online event to showcase some cool tools for back to school.

Join our tech team for a Twitter party on Tuesday, August 27 to learn more about the evolution of touch screen technology, why it’s so prominent in today’s devices, and some of the latest and greatest products in touch screen technology available at London Drugs. You’ll also have a chance of winning one of several $50 London Drugs gift cards.

Join us:

Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. PST
Location: Online – Twitter
Hashtag: #LDTouchTech

Why Join the Party?


October 4th, 2012

Video Demo Microsoft Wedge Keyboard and Mouse

Works with Android, iPad and Mac but works best with Windows 8.

Follow us @LDComputers

July 16th, 2012

Google Nexus 7 Unboxing and Quick First Impressions

Google dropped a bomb on the tablet world on June 27th this year during their I/O conference. Touted as the world’s first shipping Android 4.1 Jelly Bean device, the Nexus 7 is made to showcase Google’s true vision for their operating system in partnership with Asus.  Unlike other Android devices shipping from Sony, Toshiba, Acer and a host of others, the Nexus 7 comes unskinned with no extra bloatware added on top to muddle with the experience. To top it off, the 16GB version of the tablet comes in at a staggeringly low $259 price tag.

The Nexus 7 comes in a small grey box, with a clever picture of the tablet adorning the front in the shape of a 7. After fiddling with the box to slide its heavenly contents out, one lays their eyes upon the small tablet. Upon further inspection of the box, a charger, sync cable, and manual come along for the ride as well.


July 15th, 2012

The Monster of the Midway Toshiba AT330-004 (Excite 13) Tablet

I took the Toshiba Excite tablet out of the box today and although I knew it was going to be larger than an iPad: WOW!  This guy is huge.  The 13.3 inch 16:9 display is very striking and is massive for a tablet.  This is obviously the tablet for video conscious people.  Big is good but will the rest of the product live up to its size?

In a word, yes.  Let’s start with the NVIDIA® Tegra™ 3 Super 4-PLUS-1™ Quad-Core processor.  It seems to be more than powerful enough to do everything you need a tablet to do.  Navigation was smooth.  Apps opened and ran easily.  Switching between apps was fluid.  Overall, it was a very enjoyable experience.  The more things I tried to do to challenge it with the more I was impressed.  It all worked. READ MORE

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