At its high-energy event in New York City on Wednesday, July 19, Sony showcased the latest in gaming and virtual reality (VR) along with some consumer electronics, mobile, and imaging products.
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The GSMA has added new confirmed keynote speakers, along with new programs and events, and additional exhibitors and partners for its inaugural Mobile World Congress Americas taking place this September.
Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. has announced the MVH-2300NEX, a double-DIN CD-less digital media receiver with 7" LCD screen. It's compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Pioneer and Onkyo U.S.A. Corporation have updated the Rayz app for the Pioneer Rayz earbuds, now offering a host of new features, including Siri support.
Travel, whether for business, pleasure, or both, is on the rise. The Conference Board of Canada's Outbound Canada - February 2016 report found that Canadians took 32.3 million overnight trips outside of the country in 2015, 26.5 million of which were for leisure, representing 92% growth in the number of Canadian leisure trips abroad over the past 15 years.
Transport Canada has published draft regulations for the recreational and commercial use of drones, including a variety of operating rules and restrictions.
D-Link is now offering the Covr AC3900 Whole Home Wi-Fi System, a simple and intelligent high-performance router and extender that can keep your entire home connected.
SteelSeries has teamed up with Valve to announce the new, officially licensed Arctis 5 Dota 2 Edition gaming headset.
It's about due time for Amazon to unveil a next-generation Echo speaker, and sources tell Engadget that the next version will place a large focus on audio performance in an effort to better compete with the upcoming Apple HomePod.
Jabra has launched an upgraded version of its Elite Sport true wireless earbuds in Canada and the U.S., aiming to bolster battery life by up to 50% and improve audio fidelity.
Apple is now officially accepting PayPal as a means of paying for items through the Apple App Store, Apple Music, iTunes, and iBooks around the world, including Canada.