The 11th annual Digital Democracy Survey by Deloitte reveals some interesting stats about consumer behaviour and habits, particularly in relation to social media, television, and the consumption of content overall.
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Flickr has added a new feature to its photo storage service called Similarity Search, which uses advanced technology to help people find visually similar images with very little work.
Philips says its new BDM4037UW Brilliance Curved 4K Ultra HD LCD with MultiView is the largest 4K curved computer monitor currently on the market, measuring in at 40".
The highly-anticipated Nintendo Switch video game system, which allows gamers to seamlessly shift from playing at home to enjoying games on-the-go, has officially launched in Canada.
Roku Inc. says it enjoyed a milestone year, with 13.4 million active accounts streaming a record one-billion hours of video and music in December 2016, and a total of 9 billion hours in all of 2016.
Finn Wolfhard, the Canadian who plays Mike Wheeler on the hit Netflix series Stranger Things, will make an appearance at a Toronto EB Games for the midnight launch of the Nintendo Switch.
It is easy to forget that the AC power coming out of your wall outlet is unimaginably "dirty." Ideally, the AC power should look like a perfectly smooth sine wave. In reality, the AC can be corrupted with noise and distortion.
Samsung has introduced a new version of its Gear VR, powered by Oculus, along with a Controller that features an ergonomic and curved design for easy one-handed control, better motion interaction, and minimized head movement.
Sony revealed its handy new portable projector, the Xperia Touch, formerly known as the Xperia Projector, at Mobile World Congress. But we got a sneak peek demo of the device at an event in Toronto last week.
One of Canada’s top athletes has received a major boost from virtual reality (VR) technology. Nikon Canada reports that paralympic skier Mac Marcoux has been able to use Nikon KeyMission cameras to see the track clearly for the first time.
Amazon is quickly adding content to its Prime Video streaming TV service in Canada with a slate of original series slated for availability in March.