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Asus is looking to differentiate itself in the competitive smartphone market witht the new ZenFone 6, which is catching attention for its unique Flip Camera.
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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.
Smart home company Savant has introduced its Micro Aperture architectural loudspeaker lineup, providing integrators with the capability to deliver entertainment content anywhere with single Ethernet cable connectivity.
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).
Burnaby, BC-based distributor Trends Electronics has appointed Francois Thibault of FT Consult as its new Residential Sales Representative for Quebec, Northeastern Ontario, and Maritimes provinces.
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.
Urbanista's new Stockholm true wireless earbuds offer an impressive rated 14 hours of listening time with extra charges afforded by the included charging case, and 3.5 hours of listening per charge.
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.
Moneris Solutions Corporation has developed the new Moneris Core proprietary software that will power its next-generation payment terminals.
James Loudspeaker has launched the Mavericks Architectural Cinema (MAC) division, focused on the design, engineering, and product specification of high-performance cinema sound systems. The division will rely on the expertise of its Executive Vice President John Bishop.
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.