Netflix launched its new Calibrated Mode, which it says will bring "studio quality picture mastering to the living room" exclusively through compatible Sony TVs.
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The idea of the television as the hub of the home has never been stronger, as new data from Strategy Analytics reports that more than a billion connected TV devices are now in use worldwide.
Optoma has launched three new projectors that are designed for small-to-medium-sized businesses, including classrooms, training spaces, and corporate environments.
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.
By now, you probably have back-to-school on the mind. What essential tech will you, or your school-aged child, need? Where can you get the best deals? And what are some of the tech items you might not think about that are worth getting? This guide will walk you through it all.
You can now be greeted by the faces of some of your favourite TV series characters and actors when you log on to Netflix with the availability of new profile icons.
Telus has announced its entry into the connected security and smart home solutions market in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan with Telus SmartHome Security and Telus Secure Business, through its acquisition of the AlarmForce brand in those three provinces.
On July 31, 2018, WiFi HiFi attended the launch of Sony's Master Series flagship series TVs, the A9F OLED and Z9F LCD TVs in New York City. Both displays are powered by the new X1 Ultimate video processing.
Control4 Corporation has announced its new Intercom Anywhere functionality that allows homeowners to receive video intercom calls from a Control4 Door Station, and see and communicate with visitors at the front door or gate.
The Zero-G motorized screen from Screen Innovations offers a newly-extended maximum drop that can accommodate extremely tall ceilings.
When you think cottage, your mind likely gravitates to a quiet and serene place where you can escape your highly-connected daily life. But is this really the case? While cottages will always be gorgeous, sometimes rustic, properties that bring you back to nature, they are also becoming incredibly tech-savvy. And that presents tremendous opportunities for integrators.