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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There's a crowd that is waiting to satiate their hunger for a dream UHD Blu-ray player. Enter Oppo Digital's UDP-203. Jason Liao, CTO of Oppo Digital offered me a unit for review - reportedly the first to make its way to Canada. That's a good sign. In my years of doing reviews, the companies that actively want their products to be reviewed are usually pretty confident in the products' performance. Would this theory hold true with the UDP-203?
Samsung Electronics Canada has launched its latest gaming monitor, the CFG70, which is both curved and features quantum dot technology.
Roku has releases its lists of top-searched content by its users in 2016, including television shows, movies, actors, and actresses. And it appears zombies, martians, and America sweethearts have emerged on top.
Rogers Communications has announced a long-term strategic partnership with Comcast to bring Rogers customers access to Comcast's X1 IP-based video platform.
TP-Link's latest smart bulbs are compatible with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant, without the need for a smart hub or bridge.
As earlier rumoured, Amazon's Prime Video streaming service is now officially available in Canada, competing alongside top services like Netflix and Bell's CraveTV.
LG is preparing to debut its latest line of HDR-compatible 4K monitors at the 2017 CES, including a smaller 32" model. The trade show will take place in January 2017 in Las Vegas.
Over the weeks leading up to Christmas, WiFi HiFi will be publishing a series of holiday tech gift guides, including items to suit everyone on your list. From gadgets and gizmos, to products for audio and videophiles, we have you covered.
While it's a given that we love to binge watch programming, and the most popular shows for binging are fairly well known, what we don't know about are viewing habits after immersing oneself in an entire series. According to Netflix, our "break" period often includes movie-watching.
As I stood gazing at the smorgasbord of factory-sealed Blu-ray discs that had accumulated in my home theatre after not having entered it in three months, something happened in me. Something that hasn't happened for a while, but that I knew to be inevitable. I just want to watch a movie in an informal way.