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.
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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.
If you bought stock in Netflix, you likely raised a glass this weekend, as shares closed at their highest yet on Friday to US$133.70, up 3.5% thanks to a favourable year-end forecast from Wall Street analysts, reports Variety.
San Francisco-based company Rivvr claims to be able to solve one of the biggest limitations of virtual reality (VR) technology when used with a PC - being tethered by a cord - with its new device, which debuted at CES 2017.
At CES 2017, I was invited by Polaroid to "experience" the company's instant photo product line, which includes three digital cameras with built-in photo printer and a pocket-sized photo printer. All share the same printing technology, which uses ZINK (Zero-INK) photo paper.
Videophiles who value the anthracite-deep blacks, wide viewing angle, and attractive rendering of OLED displays will have more choices than ever in 2017. Category leader LG will have five series of OLED televisions this year. Sony and Panasonic will also launch large-screen OLED TVs.
There are plenty of AV products showcased at CES. Here are a few that caught my home-theatre-centric eyes.
Here are top 5 AV gear picks from Day Two at CES 2017.