Orangetheory Fitness says it is now the "first" fitness brand to develop and deploy Apple technology, providing more personalization, motivation, and encouragement for its members.
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Niagara Falls, ON-based HDMI transmitting company Nyrius has launched its Aries Pro+ Wireless HD Video Transmitter and Receiver which allows for streaming 1,080p HD video content from any HDMI source to a TV, projector, or conference room display from up to 165 feet away.
LG has introduced its Gram laptops in Canada, which are ultra-lightweight and thin and come in three sizes: 17", 15", 14".
Retailer Canadian Tire is partnering with the Canadian Government to roll out a massive electric vehicle charging network. Member of Parliament Han Dong, on behalf of the Honourable Seamus O'Regan, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, has announced a $2.7 million investment to build 54 electric vehicle (EV) fast chargers at Canadian Tire locations across central and western Canada.
Rogers is starting to roll out Canada's first 5G network in downtown Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, gearing up for the launch of several 5G devices that are set to become available this year.
iRoom has updated its Top iPad docking station with new connectivity options, including Lightning and USB-C, as well as new colour choices.
Mastercard has unveiled a new augmented reality (AR) app experience for its cardholders, affording a photorealistic AR experience that takes you to a 360-degree virtual environment where a series of portals bring the card benefits to life.
One of my favourite areas to visit at CES every year is the Eureka Park exhibits, which feature innovative and exciting new inventions from start-ups from around the world. It can be overwhelming to sift through and find the hidden gems. But we located a few really interesting ones.
Epson says its new EF-100 Mini Laser Streaming Projector is the "world's smallest" 3LCD true laser-based projector, according to May 2019 data from Futuresource Consulting that looks at 3LCD laser projectors with 500 lumens or more in brightness.
If you're at CES 2020, you might be stuck in meetings, in your own company's booth, in a suite offsite, or a myriad of other places. But if you have some time to walk about the show floor, here are 6 things you absolutely need to take a look at.
There's a plethora of new TVs coming from LG as I observed through my in-depth tour with the Canadian team.