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Monitor Audio has launched the new super-slim CSS230 in-wall/in-ceiling speaker, which has a back-box design with a shallow 2" mounting depth.
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Waterloo, ON-based Ctrl V has announced plans to open at least 10 new virtual reality arcade location across Canada over the next eight months.
Shure Incorporated has launched two new audio accessories for its earphone customers: a Remote + Mic Lightning Accessory Cable, and the Remote + Mic Accessory Cable, both of which were on display at CES 2017.
It seems consumers in Canada and the U.S. are becoming more conscious of their environmental efforts when it comes to old tech gadgets, with a record 14 million points of batteries and cell phones having been collected in North America by Call2Recycle, Inc. through 2016.
There's some good news for the Canadian economy, as consumer spending in the country grew by 4.19% in the fourth quarter of 2016 on a year-over-year basis, according to the MonerisMetrics Quarterly Report released by Moneris Solutions Corporation.
Amidst the various phone cases on display at the Dog & Bone booth at CES a few years ago was a Bluetooth-enabled padlock. That's nothing new, but the weatherproof design caught my attention. And this year, so did the LockSmart Travel travel-friendly version.
Monster Digital, Inc., a licensee of Monster Products, is throwing its hat further into the ever-growing virtual reality (VR) ring with two new VR headsets, as well as a 360-degree camera package.
Canada will be the first country to roll out a new video sharing feature on YouTube that will make it easier for people to share videos with friends and family.
Vizio has confirmed that its lineup of SmartCast devices, including TVs, displays, soundbars, and speakers, are now compatible with the Google Home voice-activated speaker.
Roku has undergone a complete overhaul of its iOS and Android app, updating the overall look, and adding new features including a "What's On" tab.
I have to admit, as someone from the Walkman generation, I can't fathom the idea of spending megabucks for today's equivalent to the device: a Digital Audio Player.