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Anyone who travels knows that sinking feeling you get when you’re hungry prior to a flight but worried about getting through a long security lineup. You kind of say to yourself, “Hey, this is a big airport. I’ll go through security and then get a meal on the other side.” So you line up, take off your shoes and belt and go through the scanners. Then you get to the other side. And, whammo. Not a restaurant in sight. Instead of dining on a bowl of fresh pasta and that arugula salad with a glass of good Italian wine you ... continue reading →

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Whether you’re looking to book a great trip or want to take better photos on holidays, your Apple iPhone and your iPad have pretty much everything you need for a great “beat the winter blahs” trip. I’ve been an iPhone and sometimes iPad user for years now, and I sometimes can’t remember what it was like when I didn’t have one. From using Apple Maps in France to using my Aeroplan app to look at using my miles to travel to see my Dad, I find it an indispensable tool of the trade, and something that’s valuable even if I’m ... continue reading →

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Being on March Break doesn’t mean your kids have to stop learning. Apple has wonderful apps (millions of them, actually) for your iPad that will help keep your kids both entertained and stimulated while they’re out of school. If you’re headed out of town, there also are tons of great ways to use your iPad to save money on the road and find great experiences you and your family will remember forever. Here’s a look at 10 great apps you should try for both learning and travel. Don’t forget iPads are available in three models, with a colour and size ... continue reading →

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