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WiFi HiFi's John Thomson discusses how he replaced the original radio in his 1976 VW Bus with the new NEX 3400 from Pioneer, powered by Apple CarPlay.
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Casio Canada Ltd. has added new models to its G-MS womenʼs line of sophisticated timepieces, the MSGC100 and MSGC100G, both of which feature stainless steel bezels with metal accents on the dial.
Professional smartphone repair shop Mobile Klinik has acquired Device Care, a smartphone accessories and repair chain with six locations in Ontario and Quebec. The acquisition was for an undisclosed amount.
New studies from J.D. Power finds that Canadian customer satisfaction levels with digital banking channels is increasing, but their satisfaction with banking mobile apps specifically is on the decline.
The departure of Apple's chief design officer Jony Ive has prompted questions about the company's overall strategy.
Following its announcement in mid-May that Google Assistant was finally available for Sonos speakers in the U.S., Sonos has confirmed that the smart voice assistant is now also available to owners of its speakers in Canada via a free software update.
TP-Link Canada has announced the availability of the Deco P7, a whole home hybrid Mesh wireless system in Canada that supports powerline connection, aimed at providing stable Wi-Fi everywhere in a building.
Legrand today introduced the Legrand Home Smart Lighting for Apple HomeKit. The new smart switches, dimmers, and plug-ins connect to a home's Wi-Fi network without the need for a hub, allowing iOS users to easily and securely control their lighting when at home or away using an iPhone or iPad, as well as via Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant voice-enabled products.
Audio-Technica has introduced its ATH-G1WLwireless and ATH-G1 premium gaming headsets, which take design inspiration from the company's ATH-M50x professional studio headphones.
As you gear up to celebrate Canada's birthday this coming Monday, July 1, here are some great products that can complement what you might be planning to do with the time off, both this long weekend and through the summer.
New data from research firm Strategy Analytics suggests that Roku is the number-one streaming TV platform in the U.S., a position it has claimed after experiencing record Q1 performance.