The 11th annual Digital Democracy Survey by Deloitte reveals some interesting stats about consumer behaviour and habits, particularly in relation to social media, television, and the consumption of content overall.
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Vizio has launched its SmartCast E-Series in TVs, highlighted by the 75" and 80" big screens, both with 4K Ultra HD picture quality and High Dynamic Range (HDR).
Apple has updated its 9.7" iPad with a Retina display, and new price, starting at just $449.
BenQ America Corp. has added two new models to its mainstream monitor line-up: the GL2706PQ and GC2870H, which the company says are engineered to "meet the demands for brightness, resolution, colour saturation and a comfortable viewing experience."
Netflix has added some models to its list of Recommend TVs, which promise an optimal experience when accessing the streaming service through their platforms. Among them are models from LG, Samsung, and Sony.
The market for augmented and virtual reality headsets is moving at a rapid pace, and IC expects that it will grow at a compound annual rate of 58%, reaching 99.4 million units by 2021.
Those in Canada will be the first to feast our eyes on the Amazon original, Oscar-winning movie Manchester by the Sea via the streaming service, which is set to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime Video north of the border first.
Drones aren't just for fun. And while we all know of the tremendous potential for drones in various business verticals, from product delivery to real estate, film, and medical aid, DJI claims that drones have taken things even further, and already directly saved the lives of at least 59 people.
While 4K/Ultra HD televisions have been around for years and native 4K sources are starting to grow (with approximately 400 titles from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Ultra HD Blu-rays combined available in Canada), 4K cable TV offerings are still scarce, and limited only to things like sports and demo channels.
YouTube is beefing up its selection of virtual reality (VR) 360 content, adding more content from game publishers for those wearing headsets to enjoy.
We're all familiar with smart security cameras, thermostats, lighting and speakers. But there are so many other ways that you can make your home "smart," and many rooms you can place smart devices in.