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Asus is looking to differentiate itself in the competitive smartphone market witht the new ZenFone 6, which is catching attention for its unique Flip Camera.
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Control4 Corporation has launched new Triad Distributed Audio Series multi-room audio loudspeakers, including 14 models designed to offer installation flexibility, and imaging to satisfy a variety of consumers, from the discerning audio enthusiast to the casual listener.
Amazon has released its new Fire 7 tablet, which boasts a faster processor, two times the storage, and will sell for US$70.
Back in the early days of the compact disc, SPARS (Society of Professional Audio Recording Services) identified if a particular production stage was accomplished in the analog or digital domain. A track that was recorded on an analog 24-track machine and edited/ mixed using analog equipment and then mastered for CD release was identified by the letters AAD. A purely digital recording would use the designation DDD.
Mobile Klinik, a Canadian chain of smartphone repair shops, has successfully closed an equity capital funding raise of $27.5 million.
BenQ's InstaShow WDC10 wireless presentation system eliminates the need for attendees to download an app in order to share the screen.
Sonos has finally announced that Google Assistant will be available through its smart speakers via a free software update. But for now, it's only in the U.S., with other countries to follow in July.
The new flagship 7 Pro from OnePlus booasts a 6.67" Fluid AMOLED display, HDR10 and HDR10+ video, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, making it the most premium device in the company's line-up.
Hisense launched its new ULED Android TV portfolio at a North American launch event held in New York City last week. The line includes 4K Ultra HD TVs, starting with the H8, which will arrive in Canada in June.
Scott and John Bagby have announced the successful purchase of Paradigm Electronics, Anthem Electronics, and MartinLogan Loudspeakers, effective May 10, 2019.
Firstbeat Sports, the provider of internal training load analysis in team sports monitoring, is launching the Firstbeat Sports Sensor and Live app that includes a sensor uses Suunto Movesense technology that can measure data from each player and send it to the app.