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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People ask me all the time why I don't go to movie theatres anymore. As in, I hear it at least once every few days. So allow me to answer the question in a detailed manner.
Now with the Parrot Bebop 2 drone, users can enjoy enhanced tracking through a new "follow me" in-app feature.
Bell and Apple have partnered up to allow subscribers of the former's Fibe TV service to use a fourth-generation Apple TV as a secondary receiver in the home, accessing live television channels and on demand content.
Turner Classic Movies Inc., a division of Turner, a Time Warner Company, has launched a new online streaming service. FilmStruck will make available a huge library of classic and independent films for $6.99 USD per month. For $10.99 USD fans will also get The Criterion Channel, adding access to the Criterion library of film classics.
BT2020, 4K, HDR, WCG, REC709, 25 Mbps AVC, 16:9, ISF, THX, yada yada yada. Dealing with bleeding edge technologies, both professionally and as a hobbyist for essentially all my life, I'm beginning to feel weary about my home theatre. I feel the magic starting to vanish.
The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, has proposed new regulations that would make it mandatory for all new vehicles to include back-up cameras.
The latest Communications Monitoring Report from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) finds that Canadians are, for the first time, spending more on Internet subscriptions than they are television.
CraveTV is on a roll, adding tons of new content to the streaming TV service, the latest being Showtime series, including both new and returning programming.
CraveTV has picked up streaming rights in Canada for the entire collection of James Bond films spanning 50 years and featuring all six James Bond actors, from Sean Connery to Daniel Craig.
I bet most of you have seen a commonly-distributed graph noting the 4K recommended viewing distance. Guess what: I absolutely hate it, because the graph has zero merit in real life applications of 4K.