CEDIA Expo 2019 just wrapped up last week, and while there was nothing revolutionary introduced at the show, here are the top 5 evolutionary products I found to be the most interesting.
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Women in Tech: Q&A With Lauren Howe, Manager, Product and Business Development, Advocate for Youth in STEM, and former Miss Universe Canada
As part of an ongoing series highlighting influential women in Canadian tech, this week, we talk in-depth with Lauren Howe, Manager, Product and Business Development, Advocate for Youth in STEM, and former Miss Universe Canada.
A Personal Letter From Daniel Jacques, President, Focal Naim America, Focal Naim Canada, and Distribution Daniel Jacques
For many years, to the outmost displeasure of my deceased wife, I was adamant about continuing to work until the day I died! Quite simply, my job was a passion and I loved it so much - and I still do - that I could not fathom why I would deprive myself of this pleasure. And then, as most of you know, she unexpectedly passed away while we were vacationing.
The UBP-X1100ES is Sony's premium 4K UHD Blu-ray offering, replacing the X1000ES that came before it, a higher-end stablemate to the unfeasibly fine UBP-X800m2 ($400). In terms of performance and value, the latter is one of the best value UHD Blu-ray players available, so clearly this more expensive sibling needs to be truly special to warrant a premium $900 price.
In every issue of WiFi HiFi, we have recommended a TV series that's worth binging, available through one of the top streaming services in Canada, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Crave.
The NVIDIA Shield TV (starting at $229) is a full-featured streaming box that runs on the latest Android TV software. Many users and reviewers have classified it as the "King of Android TV". So I bought one a while back, but I didn't agree...until now.
Samsung turned another expected unpacking event in New York City into a wild journey of magical phone features with the new Note10 series, eye candy augmented reality, and a deep partnership with industry giants.
The acronym D-A-C is turning up with increasing frequency in audio circles. But it's time to ask ourselves: do consumers even know what a ‘DAC' is, or why they should buy one? Even in the trade, do we truly understand how DACs work, and what makes one better than another?
There has been a lot of debate over fitness trackers for kids. Some believe that they promote negative body issues, making kids feel self-conscious if they don't meet set activity levels, or believe their parents are pushing them to lose weight, be more active, or live up to certain standards. But is this really the case?
In a half-dozen interviews with industry luminaries, I have never before heard the sound of fingers on a calculator. It might seem cold, but not with this man.
You've probably heard of Apple CarPlay, but do you know what it actually does and how it works?