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RCA has joined Roku, Inc.'s TV licensing program, and plans to launch its first HD Smart TV models this summer.
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Sony's latest premium smartphones, the Xperia XA1 and XA1 Ultra, first shown at Mobile World Congress in February, will officially arrive in Canada soon.
Google has officially launched its Wifi mesh networking router in Canada, providing an easy way for Canadians to get Wi-Fi throughout the home.
The BlackBerry KEYone, the first device to be manufactured by TCL Communication, will officially arrive in Canada in May, through Bell, Bell MTS, Rogers, SaskTel, and Telus Business.
D&H Canada has wrapped up its 2017 Montreal Tech Show, which took place on Thursday, April 20 at the Plaza Volare in the Quebec city.
ATB has become the first financial institution in Canada to enhance its customer service with the addition of a humanoid robot named "Pepper."
Bryston has announced that it has promoted Gary Dayton to Vice President of Sales and Marketing, U.S., effective immediately. Dayton has been immersed in the high-performance audio community for nearly two decades, having spent nine years with THIEL Audio before coming onboard as a Product Specialist with Bryston in 2013.
JAM Industries to Serve as Canadian Distributor for Harman Professional Solutions' Retail Market Business
Harman Professional Solutions has announced that its long-time Canadian distribution partner SC Media, will now focus on the enterprise and rental markets, while JAM Industries/Erikson Consumer - Home Audio, will serve as the Canadian distributor for Harman's retail market business.
Urbanears has introduced the latest addition to its Active collection, the Stadion, wireless Bluetooth headphones that can contour to the shape of your head, and accommodate even intense workouts.
Husbands around the world are rejoicing that they can now delegate the answer to the question "do I look fat in this?" to Alexa. Amazon's latest Echo device, the Echo Look, now adds the ability to snap full-length photos and rate your clothing choices.
The roll-out of mesh-based router technology continues, with TP-Link Technologies Co. Ltd. announcing its new Deco, a compact consumer router aiming to provide easy wireless connectivity at a moderate price point.