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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It's just over a week until Mother's Day, when we all celebrate the moms in our lives. Whether it's your own mother, spouse, sister, grandmother, friend, or another special mom in your life, flowers, candies, a card, and some quality time are all great ideas. (Some peace and quiet would do nicely as well.) But why not throw some great tech in there as well?
Toronto-based Henry's Camera has acquired L.L. Lozeau, based in Montreal, in a deal that will now make Henry's the largest photographer retailer in Canada. According to Retail Insider, a purchase amount is not known for the acquisition.
Back in 1995, Japan's public broadcaster NHK was the first to start research and development of 4320p resolution. It was called Super Hi-Vision at the time (High Definition was originally called Hi-Vision in Japan).
Google's parent company Alphabet has officially become the first drone operator to get government approval to operate as an airline, which will, in turn, allow the company to start using drones to deliver packages to customers.
Gaming hardware giant ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) announced a top-to-bottom update of its entire gaming laptop family, and have invited members of the media a sneak peek at an exclusive event in New York last week.
If someone had suggested back in the ‘90s that I would be writing a positive profile on my assassin, I would have laughed out loud. He was sent to terminate my former company's contract with one of our biggest brands. But here I am doing just that, and it speaks to the character of this man.
As we prepare to decorate Easter eggs with the kids this weekend, set up Easter egg hunts, or, for those who don't celebrate, simply enjoy a long weekend, Google is having fun with a few Easter eggs of its own as well.
How good is the camera in the Huawei P30 Pro smartphone? I've had it now for just under a month, shooting relentlessly to find out.
When the television first became common in households in the ‘50s, it was a marvel to be able to see a moving image on the tiny, black and white screen. Households began to watch content terrestrially, then cable and satellite television afforded access to hundreds of channels. Add things like on-demand and pay-per-view TV, along with VCRs and DVD players to the mix, and we were in entertainment heaven.
We all have mindless tasks we like to engage in during downtime, to rid our minds of stress. It could be playing repetitive games like Candy Crush, twirling a fidget spinner, or endlessly scrolling through our social media feeds. Sometimes, we land on a silly yet seemingly entertaining quiz and decide "heck, why not?" Here's a tip: don't.