Never before has music been so easy to play from virtually anywhere in the home. The evolution from physical media to downloadable digital files, and now on to streaming services, has been complemented by the growth in speakers, and other audio products, that support wireless audio.
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Philips has managed to create a compelling selection of smart lighting products with its Hue lineup. But the Hue Sync is perhaps one of the most dynamic offerings the company has launched to date.
Members of the WiFi HiFi editorial team selected our top 10 product picks for 2018, ranging from audio to video gear, mobile, gadgets, appliances, and more. Here are the 10 personal picks from Ted Kritsonis, WiFi HiFi contributor in the areas of mobile, audio, video, smart home, and automotive tech.
Cellular signal boosters have one job to do: boost a smartphone's ability to pick up a wireless carrier's signal. The Drive Sleek from weBoost beautifully accomplishes that task.
LG has officially announced its latest smartphone, the G7 One, an Android One device that is set for release this fall. And WiFi HiFi got a first-hand look at the device at an exclusive event in Toronto.
Tile has announced a new line of hardware designs for its trackers that address one of the key pain points for users: removable batteries.
Samsung showed off its newest Frame TV at a media event at its Eaton Centre flagship location in downtown Toronto on Thursday, September 20, highlighting modest updates on the tech side, and a windfall of new art to display.
Pop culture has made robots fun and interactive companions, be they virtual pets or helpful assistants. And Anki is hoping its upcoming Vector smart robot will fall right in.
Huawei unveiled its latest flagship smartphones at an event in New York City today, the P20 and P20 Pro, as the Chinese brand looks to gain further traction in North America.
The Sonos One has been out in Canada since October 2017, but it was only today that Alexa, Amazon's digital voice assistant, rolled out as an update for the speaker north of the border. But we've been playing with it for several months now.
Swedish audio brand Defunc is anything but a household name in Canada. But its Duo Bluetooth wireless stereo speakers speak to a pretty wide user subset.