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Know someone who has a penchant for travel? Whether it's for work, play, or a combination of both, any of these items would be welcome gifts under the tree this year.
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While most of the items on this list might be appeal to women as well, they will especially appeal to many types of men, from the tech-savvy, to the outdoorsmen, gadget lover, and guy who's picking up new interests.
In the April 2018 issue of WiFi HiFi Magazine, we highlighted excerpts from our interviews with several influential women in the tech industry in Canada. We published our full Q&As with each of these women, and are now highlighting additional women in Canadian tech. Here, we chat with Tamar Bercovici, Senior Director, Engineering at Box, a cloud content management and file sharing service for businesses
Mesh networking is all about spreading high-speed wireless networking across your home and doing it as easily as possible. The idea is to connect the modem-equipped router and place secondary (and tertiary, and so on) modules or nodes in locations to help extend coverage and make it more reliable.
Gamers are an interesting bunch. They aren't always who you expect. They are often men (and women) in their 30as and older, not just kids. And for some, gaming is serious business, that requires serious tech to keep up.
On November 8, 2018, computer roducts and consumer electronics distributor D&H Canada held its second annual Technology Conference in Vancouver, as part of an effort to expand its service proposition to the Western provinces, and better reach resellers in the region.
DJI has introduced nine new accessories for its Ronin-S single-handed stabilizer for DSLR and mirrorless camera systems, helping make capturing stabilized video easier.
Today at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Samsung Canada showed how its SmartThings product line can simplify and integrate diverse Internet of Things (IoT) options.
A new high-end audio/video store, Planete Haute-Fidelite, will officially open its doors to the public on Wednesday, November 21. Located in the heart of Repentigny, QC, the store offers a place for customers in the area to see, touch, and listen to high-end gear before taking it home.
Skype calling with Alexa is starting to roll out to customers in Canada as well as the U.S., UK, India, Australia, and New Zealand.
Smart homes are becoming more common nowadays, and if homeowners don't go all in with a full-fledged home control system, they likely start small, maybe with a smart speaker or smart lighting, expanding their system slowly. Help them add new components with a smart and thoughtful gift.