The worldwide smart home market continues to grow, with devices like smart speakers, digital media adapters, lighting, thermostats, and more all finding their way into homes. But smart speakers and video entertainment products are the two hottest categories.
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The consumption of videos on mobile devices continues to rise, but growth is starting to stabilize, according to the newly-released Q1 2018 Global Video Index Report from Ooyala.
Ubtech Robotics has added a new model to its family of educational robots: Yanshee is a programmable robot that combines artificial intelligence (AI) with a programmable Raspberry Pi card.
Worldwide shipments of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (V) headsets have been on the decline, but they are poised for a resurgence, predicts research firm IDC, as more vendors target commercial markets, and low-cost, standalone VR headsets arrive in stores.
JVCKenwood Canada's Automotive Division has added 12 new Kenwood and two new JVC Multimedia products to its line-up, all scheduled to be available this month.
A new music streaming service is now officially available in Canada, as YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium have made their way north of the border.
The Apple HomePod officially went on sale in Canada today, representing the latest in a series of smart speaker choices for consumers. What makes it stand out?
A new study from McAfee shows that while the majority (95%) of parents are concerned about the risks their children are exposed to while playing video games online, including exposure to inappropriate content or nefarious people, they admit to allowing video games to entertain their children.
A new study from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) finds that 67% of consumers worldwide have live-streamed some type of video, and more than half of them prefer free, ad-supported experiences over other options.
Apple confirmed at its Worldwide Developer Conference last week that a new app called Apple Books would be replacing iBooks this fall, as part of the update to iOS 12.
The GoSho HD mini projector is shaped like a 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5" cube, and can project an image up to 200" widescreen in size from a variety of sources.