Huawei's new P40 flagship smartphone launched on Friday, March 27 during an online event, without its globetrotting fans on hand due to the coronavirus pandemic. Loaded, with eye-popping AI tricks, larger camera sensors, and far-reaching sharper zoom photography, the P40 series was compared with top contenders like the Samsung S20 Ultra and iPhone 11, leaving them behind in a cloud of pixels.
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I finally caved. I have been avoiding signing my 8-year-old son up for Facebook Messenger for Kids since the invites started rolling in ages ago. As much as I use and advocate for the benefits of social media, I don't think an 8-year-old needs to be on a Messenger service.
Six months after its Fall launch and mysterious disappearance from the free world, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro smartphone has re-emerged in a global marketing campaign, including Canada. It finally arrives here late May. No pricing details are available yet.
Sennheiser has launched ist new Memory Mic, designed for those who want to make home videos, personal vlogs, and their own YouTube channel.
I'm a simple person. When I bought the AudioQuest DragonFly Red for $249, I bought it not because of the specifications but because of the colour. It turns out among the three options, Black, Red, and Cobalt, the Red is the mid-level, perfect choice.
Vizio has added the CDC's Slow the Spread app to its SmartCast smart TV interface, allowing owners of its TVs to get more information about how to stay safe and informed about the coronavirus.
Apple's new iPad Pro now comes with an A12Z Bionic chip, adds an ultra-wide camera, studio-quality mics, and a LiDAR scanner that delivers depth-sensing capabilities for pro workflows and pro photos and video apps.
The new Apple MacBook Air offers faster performance, the new Magic Keyboard, twice the storage and a new lower price of $1,299, or $1,169 for education.
Sennheiser has revealed the second generation of its Momentum True Wireless earphones, the True Wireless 2, which include active noise cancellation (ANC) and seven-hour battery life that can be extended to up to 28 hours using the included charging case.
For individuals who are temporarily working from home, and who will be home with their kids for the next few weeks due to government mandates in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, several companies are waiving fees to help provide entertainment and/or make communications easier.
Rogers is offering its Pro On-the-Go personalized retail service to both existing and new customers in Greater Vancouver.