RCA has announced the release of its 4K UHD RCA Roku TVs, as part of its line of smart TVs running the Roku OS.
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AudioControl has added support for Dolby Vision HDR to its entire line of AV receivers and preamp/processors, including the new Maestro M5 (shown above), which was introduced at the 2017 CEDIA Expo in September.
While the UHD device market is continuing to grow, including television, media streamers, set-top boxes, and gaming consoles, all of which afford access to 4K content, the quantity of available content still leaves something to be desired, according to Futuresource Consulting's latest 4K UHD Consumer Market Tracking report.
Amazon confirmed upcoming availability of its Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Plus smart speakers in Canada come December 5, and with the news came a host of cool, Canadian-specific Alexa Skills that those north of the border can use with them. Here are some truly Canadian skills, and three Alexa-enabled products that are available in Canada.
Gone are the days when we might have cared about strangers looking over our shoulders at what we're watching. A new Netflix survey finds that people are so entranced with being able to watch TV on their phones, that they don't care who's looking on.
Hisense Electric Co., Ltd, a publicly listed subsidiary of Hisense Group, announced the purchase of Toshiba TV production, brand, R&D & operation service on November 14, 2017.
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Panasonic Canada has introduced the new Lumix G9, which will serve as its flagship Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera.
Amazon's new Fire TV Stick Basic Edition streaming media player is now available for purchase in Canada, along with more than 100 other countries and territories around the world.
The Amazon Prime Video app is now available for download through the Xbox Store in Canada, allowing Canadian subscribers to stream video from the service through the Xbox and Xbox One family of devices, including the upcoming Xbox One X.