RCA has announced the release of its 4K UHD RCA Roku TVs, as part of its line of smart TVs running the Roku OS.
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French home cinema solutions manufacturer DreamVision has announced the appointment of Erikson Consumer as its Canadian distributor. Erikson will be focusing on the development of the projector market in Canada and in the U.S. through its sister company American Audio & Video.
Logitech has joined the growing number of smart home device manufacturers that support Google Assistant, confirming that its new Circle 2 home security cameras now support the voice assistant platform, and thus works with devices like the Google Home smart speaker.
The most futuristic technology shown at the Immersed 2017 conference last week was presented in a talk by Buzz Hays, Head of Product at Lytro Inc., in Mountain View, California.
Staub Electronics has been appointed as distributor for Crimson AV mounting solutions.
A new study by Netflix find that "binge racing" - attempting to race through an entire new season within 24 hours after its release - is on the rise. And Canadians lead the pack.
Roku, Inc. is now offering its new Roku Express in Canada, which the company says is smaller, and five times more powerful, than its predecessor.
It's ironic that while our TV consumption habits are shifting to streaming, we still inherently desire that traditional television experience. You know the one when you sit on the couch, remote in hand, aggressively flipping (or, as it's more commonly known, surfing) through channels until you find something worth watching? With Channel Plus, LG is hoping to combine the growing love of streaming with the comforting familiarity of linear TV.
HP is expanding its Sprocket line of portable printers with several new models, headlined by the Sprocket 2-in-1 that combines a pocket-sized photo printer with a built-in instant camera.
In a tweet last week, Guardians of the Galaxy writer/director James Gunn kicked off a personal campaign against HDTV ‘motion smoothing,' drawing enthusiastic support from many other major movie creators.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (UPHE) and PBS Distribution have announced a multi-year agreement for distribution of physical media in Canada.