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AMX Canada has announced the appointment of Kyle Gagne to the position of Regional Sales Manager for Western Canada, effective immediately.
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Recently, there was a disturbance in the Canadian Consumer Electronics Industry "Force". The man most of us knew fondly as "Mr. Technics" died at his new home Prince Edward County. In a message I received from his wife Betsy, she said, "He has had a number of medical issues which he has been able to overcome. However; not this time."
According to new research from Parks Associates, 39% of U.S. broadband households own a streaming media player, just a 1% increase over 2018, indicating that ownership has flattened.
Markham, ON-based Gentec International has appointed James Fralick as Director of Merchandising and Marketing of the Imaging Division.
LG Electronics has confirmed that Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit will officially be accessible through its 2019 AI TV line-up starting July 25, 2019. This makes LG the first global TV manufacturer to support HomeKit.
The global premium headphones market, characterized by headphones priced at US$300 and above, are projected to show a CAGR of 15.2% between 2019 and 2027, according to Coherent Market Insights.
If you've ever wondered if your pet is overeating, or not eating enough, the Sure Petcare SureFeed Microchip Pet Feeder Connect is designed to help you monitor and understand your pet's eating behaviours.
Torus Power has appointed Gary Collins as its new Technical Sales Support and Business Development Representative.
The ECG app for Apple Watch Series 4 is now officially available for owners of the smartwatch in Canada, allowing you to take an electrocardiogram, right from your wrist.
Paradigm Electronics Inc. and Anthem have announced two new appointments in the U.S.: Michael Barber has been promoted to Director of U.S. Sales, while David Baker is joining as Western Regional Sales Manager.
According to new data from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the U.S. technology industry paid a record US$1.3 billion in Section 301 tariffs on imported Chinese products in May, more than six times higher than May 2018 despite a 31% decline in imports.