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The LG Electronics G7 One Android-based smartphone, first announced at IFA 2018, will be the first Android One smartphone to be released both in Canada, and by the Korean company.
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All consumers of the youngest generations, including Gen-Z, defined by those currently aged 14-21, and Millennials (aged 22-37), love streaming music. However, there are a few differences in how each demographic group discovers, buys, and listens to it.
GE Appliances, a Haier company, has introduced Dry Boost technology, which helps provide up to three times better drying performance for its dishwashers so you don't have to deal with drips on dishes and puddles on plasticware.
TP-Link Canada has announced the Deco M9 Plus Tri-band Mesh Wi-Fi 2-Pack System, the latest addition to its line of mesh networking solutions.
Apple released its iOS 12 update yesterday, allowing owners of compatible iPhones and iPads to download the latest version of the mobile OS, and enjoy performance improvements, new AR experiences, Memoji, and screen time data.
Sol Republic has launched an upgraded version of its best-selling earbuds, the Amps Air 2.0, which feature improvements in communications, connectivity, and sound.
SureCall has introduced the N-Range cellular signal booster, which can deliver reliable cell phone connectivity for single devices in cars, trucks and other vehicles.
You may be familiar with brand OnePlus from its extensive line of smartphones. And now, the Chinese company is planning to branch out big time into a new category of consumer technology: televisions.
Mavin Inc., based in Arcadia, CA, says its new Air-X true wireless earbuds can last for up to 10 hours per charge, and up to 50 hours using the included pocket-sized charging case.
Samsung Electronics America, Inc. has launched a new line-up of wireless AKG headphones, including the N700NC, Y500, and Y100, all of which are optimized for balanced and studio-quality sound.
The smart home has many benefits in terms of convenience and security. But Frost & Sullivan points to another area where it believes the trend will become extremely valuable: healthcare.