TrendForce reports that it expects that the global shipments of virtual reality (VR) devices will reach 4.65 million units in 2018, and six-million units in 2019, a YoY growth of 29%.
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A new Fitness Boxing game will be launching for the Nintendo Switch gaming console.
The Peloton home-connected exercise bike, which offers live and on-demand boutique-style studio classes from a display, is now officially available in Canada.
Vizio has expanded the Google Assistant actions that are available for its SmartCast TVs, allowing owners to access a wider range of voice control features.
Samsung Electronics Canada Inc. has launched its SmartThings smart home ecosystem in Canada.
I've said in the past that it is impossible for a cable to improve the input signal. But I've also noted a caveat, that this is unless the cable applies some kind of processing. Well, I've found such cable. The Marseille internal chip in this cable, marketed under several brands, including Marseille's own mCable, Philips, and Seiki, is certified by the Technicolor 4K Image Certification program.
Remember the days of simplistic computing? Retro Games Ltd. and Solutions 2 GO is looking to bring back a bit of nostalgia by re-launching THEC64 Mini, a 50% replica of the best-selling computer from 1982.
Staub Electronics has been appointed as a distributor for Sennheiser Pro AV products, including headphones, microphones, and wireless transmission systems. The partnership comes into effect immediately.
Alienware has added the m15 gaming laptop to its line-up, which the company says is its lightest and thinnest to date.
Amazon has introduced a new line of Fire TV devices for customers in Canada, including Toshiba Fire TV Edition TVs, Fire TV Stick 4K, and the new Alexa Voice Remote. In addition, the Alexa Voice Service is coming to all Fire TV devices in Canada later this month.
The entire smart home market, comprised of smart speakers, video entertainment products, connected lighting, smart thermostats, and home monitoring/security products, is forecast to be nearly 1.3 billion devices by 2022, with a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.8%.