We may not remember but most of us first drew before we could read, with pencil on paper or colour crayons on restaurant kid's menus. Sadly, we followed other endeavours in our lives leaving drawing and painting to artists.
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Nortek Security & Control has introduced new Panamax and Furman power distribution solutions.
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.
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.
Canadian online eyewear retailer Clearly is now allowing shoppers to virtually try-on glasses using its new aptly-named Virtual Try-On technology that helps them find the right fit and frame.
McIntosh's new C53 Preamplifier is the brand's first to feature a new upgradeable digital audio module. Unlike McIntosh's integrated amplifiers that use the DA1 Digital Audio Module, the C53 is the first product to use the new, more advanced DA2 Digital Audio Module.
WiFi HiFi's John Thomson discusses how he accomplished being able to run lights, a refrigerator, TV, and more in a VW Bus using Goal Zero gear.
Toronto Pearson First Airport in Canada to Offer Technology to Improve Accessibility for Travellers With Sight Loss
Toronto Pearson Airport is now offering Aira service, as assistive technology that helps travellers with sight loss navigate the airport independently, making it the first airport in Canada to offer the service.
Torus Power has announced the Canadian availability of its PB 10, the latest member of its PowerBlock family.
TekSavvy and its affiliate cable company Hastings Cablevision Ltd. has officially launched its IPTV service, TekSavvy TV, across Ontario today.
Following the success of its Nintendo Switch portable gaming console, which allows players to enjoy games on a small, handheld screen or connect the device to a display for larger-screened gaming, Nintendo has released the Switch Lite, which is designed solely for handheld game play.