Roku has just released the latest update to its app, OS 9.3, which will begin rolling out to devices in Canada over the coming weeks.
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I finally caved. I have been avoiding signing my 8-year-old son up for Facebook Messenger for Kids since the invites started rolling in ages ago. As much as I use and advocate for the benefits of social media, I don't think an 8-year-old needs to be on a Messenger service.
Sennheiser has launched ist new Memory Mic, designed for those who want to make home videos, personal vlogs, and their own YouTube channel.
Vizio has added the CDC's Slow the Spread app to its SmartCast smart TV interface, allowing owners of its TVs to get more information about how to stay safe and informed about the coronavirus.
Bell Media has extended the free trial period for its Crave TV streaming service to 30 days, up from seven.
Rogers is offering its support to Food Banks Canada (FBC) by donating one million meals and using its TV and radio assets to help build national awareness of the need for healthy meals for families as a result of the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Music, media, and technology company Stingray is offering free content to Canadian families for the next 30 days in order to help provide entertainment to those currently in quarantine or self-isolation because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Given that much of the world is either in self quarantine or practicing social distancing in the wake of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, NBC Universal is taking steps to allow people to still watch the latest films without having to leave their home.
A Netflix Party Chrome extension called Netflix Party allows friends and family members to watch Netflix series and movies together while still practicing the social distancing that is recommended as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
For individuals who are temporarily working from home, and who will be home with their kids for the next few weeks due to government mandates in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, several companies are waiving fees to help provide entertainment and/or make communications easier.
Control4, the smart home brand for SnapAV, has launched its new Essential Lighting line, an expansion to the Control4 Wireless Lighting line thay focuses on affordable options for customers and small projects.