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TP-Link today announced the launch of its next-generation Archer AX6000 Wi-Fi 6 Router in Canada.
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WOMEN IN TECH: Q&A WITH Melika Hope, Head of Product, Small Business & Self Employed Group, QuickBooks Canada
As part of an ongoing series highlighting influential women in Canadian tech, this week, we talk in-depth with Melika Hope, Head of Product, Small Business & Self Employed Group, QuickBooks Canada
Amazon's Fire TV Cube is now available to Canadian shoppers. We've had a first look at the new streaming device.
When I received the 55" LG C9 OLED TV, a couple of online media outlets had just claimed it to be the best TV of 2019. That made me even more intrigued to set it up and see for myself. So I got it ready in my theatre room, and spent the last month testing it out.
McIntosh is adding three new home theater products to its line-up: the MX170 and MX123 AV processors and the MC255 5-channel home theatre amplifier.
Linksys, the connected home division within newly merged Belkin International and Foxconn Interconnect Technology (FIT) entity, has launched Linksys Aware, a subscription service within the Linksys Smart WiFi App on the Apple App Store and Google Play that senses motion in Mesh WiFi environments.
Onkyo USA has announced a new vision for its organizational structure that includes new personnel hires and promotions to "align sector expertise with the company's new business vertical approach."
Tile is expanding its line-up of Bluetooth trackers with several new models, including one that is a sticker that can be affixed to any valuable device or item you want to keep track of.
The Instant Pot has taken the small appliance market by storm, consistently being one of the top sold devices on Amazon Prime Day and through the holidays. And now parent company Instant Brands, based in Canada, is diversifying beyond the multicooker with the addition of 10 new small kitchen appliances.
Amazon has launched its Fire Kids Edition tablet for kids in Canada. Available in three sizes, they are full-featured Fire tablets that come with a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited (more on this later), and start at $130.
Kano, in partnership with Disney, has created the Disney Frozen 2 Coding Kit, a build-it-yourself Bluetooth motion sensor and creative coding experience whereby kids can code, create, play, and share Disney Frozen adventures.