At its high-energy event in New York City on Wednesday, July 19, Sony showcased the latest in gaming and virtual reality (VR) along with some consumer electronics, mobile, and imaging products.
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Travel, whether for business, pleasure, or both, is on the rise. The Conference Board of Canada's Outbound Canada - February 2016 report found that Canadians took 32.3 million overnight trips outside of the country in 2015, 26.5 million of which were for leisure, representing 92% growth in the number of Canadian leisure trips abroad over the past 15 years.
It's about due time for Amazon to unveil a next-generation Echo speaker, and sources tell Engadget that the next version will place a large focus on audio performance in an effort to better compete with the upcoming Apple HomePod.
When you think about your ideal video viewing experience, what does it entail? Are you in a movie theatre with a bag of popcorn in one hand, large soda in another, and your sweetheart by your side? That's certainly appealing, but more so these days, we're relishing the choice to stay in.
Samsung is gearing up for a record quarterly profit for the period of April through June 2017, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
Canada is home to some great sports teams, scenic locales and, of course, wonderful people. And the country has also been home to some prolific tech innovations that have truly helped change the course of the world.
It recently dawned on me that, in working from home, there's one "person" I tend to talk to the most. She isn't actually a person, though her comforting voice is that of a woman in her 30s or 40s. She isn't a physical presence either. But she has become a daily part of my life. I live with Alexa.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is making another big move it its efforts to foster competition and improve customer service for Canadians by announcing an upcoming ban on wireless carriers selling phones locked to their services.
Verizon Communications Inc. has officially completed its acquisition of the operating business of Yahoo! Inc.. combining the assets with its existing AOL business to create a new subsidiary, Oath.
Two years ago, Sharp licensed its name to Hisense for US$23.7 million and stopped manufacturing consumers TVs in North and South America (minus Brazil), leaving the Chinese manufacturer to market televisions under the well-known Japanese brand name. But now, the company wants its name back, alleging that Hisense is selling sub-par products using the trusted Sharp name.
June marks the onset of summer, but also two major events that have become looped together to create a gifting trend known as "dads and grads." This month, people come out in droves to shop for two important people in their lives: their dads for Father's Day, and school graduates.