At its Leadership Forum during the 2019 Canadian International Autoshow in Toronto, Volkswagen outlines its upcoming plans for the rollout of new electric vehicles, as well as a charging network for electric vehicles.
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Vivo unveiled its new concept Apex 2019 smartphone at a press conference in Beijing this morning, the company's first 5G phone that offers Curved-Surface Waterdrop Glass and no openings, seams, or bezels.
Apple's Shot On iPhone Challenge is asking for iPhone users to submit their best photos for a chanced to be featured on billboards in select cities, Apple retail stores, and online.
The Garmin all-in-one Approach G80 is a GPS golf device that merges the company's golf GPS technology with launch monitor capabilities to calculate advanced swing metrics.
What have you been doing up until now to share your latest TV obsession on Instagram? Probably grabbing a Google image or animated GIF, copying and pasting to the site, adding your relevant commentary and hashtags, right? Now, Netflix is making the process a little easier.
Microsoft has conceded its spot in the smartphone market, and will be ending support for its Windows Phone devices by the end of this year.
Philips has managed to create a compelling selection of smart lighting products with its Hue lineup. But the Hue Sync is perhaps one of the most dynamic offerings the company has launched to date.
Dyson has developed a new version of its Pure Hot+Cool purifier, which adds new sensors, an LCD screen, better filtration, and heating capabilities.
Nikon has added two new cameras to its line-up: the Coolpix A1000 stylish and compact high-power zoom model with a built-in electronic viewfinder, and the Coolpix B600 compact digital camera that comes equipped with a high-performance 60× optical zoom NIKKOR lens.
Now that I've had a week to let the overload of tech goodies I saw at CES sink in, sift through my notes, photos, and digest all of the information, I've devised a list of 7items that were my favourite from the show.
Starting today, the Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote will now be available in Canada for $50, and will start shipping January 23. This marks the first time the two devices are available for purchase together in Canada.