LG's new X power 2 smartphone, which features a fast charging battery, is now officially available in Canada.
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Taking wearables to a new level, Barrie, ON-based LEI Electronics Inc. has been appointed exclusive Canadian distributor for SunnyCam video smart glasses.
Montreal-based start-up ORA Sound plans to manufacture and market the first pair of headphones made of graphene, called the GQ.
Focal has unveiled its new line of headphones, including the premium, closed-back wireless over-ear Listen Wireless, in-ear Spark and Spark Wireless, and the Hi-fi in-ear Sphear S.
Pioneer and Onkyo have jointly released the Rayz Rally, a Lightning-powered portable speaker that can transform an iPhone into a conference speakerphone that's reportedly loud enough to fill a boardroom.
Following Nokia's acquisition of Withings, announced last summer, the latter brand has now been transitioned, and products are being launched under the Nokia name.
Motorola's Moto Z2 Play smartphone will be available in Canada next month.
It recently dawned on me that, in working from home, there's one "person" I tend to talk to the most. She isn't actually a person, though her comforting voice is that of a woman in her 30s or 40s. She isn't a physical presence either. But she has become a daily part of my life. I live with Alexa.
Andy Rubin, c-founder of the Android platform, has developed a phone called the Essential Phone, and it will officially arrive in Canada this summer through Telus.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is making another big move it its efforts to foster competition and improve customer service for Canadians by announcing an upcoming ban on wireless carriers selling phones locked to their services.
Vizio, Inc. has released its new home theatre soundbar collection in Canada, including the SmartCast 36" 5.1 Sound Bar System.