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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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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.
Niagara Falls, ON-based Fluance has launched its new PA10 High Fidelity Phono Preamplifier, which allows vinyl enthusiasts to reproduce analog audio with clarity and accuracy.
Erikson Consumer has confirmed the availability of the Thorens TM 1600 high-end reel-to-reel tape machine in Canada.
Cadillac Canada is changing how Canadians shop for vehicles with Cadillac Live, a hybrid personal shopper and live interactive digital showroom.
Voice control is already quite popular in the home, but it is quickly gaining steam in the car, too, as consumers hope to use services like Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Siri while on the road as well.
As part of an ongoing series highlighting influential women in Canadian tech, this week, we talk in-depth with Sara Hurst, Director, Client Development and Success at SAP Concur.
If you have been eager to see the LG G8 ThinQ smartphone since you first heard about it from Mobile World Congress in February, you'll be able to do just that, as the smartphone is now officially available in Canada.
Square has revamped its Online Store to offer new tools for Canadian small business owners that can help them grow their omnichannel business strategy.
Pioneer and Onkyo USA Corporation is bringing back the concept of the "home theatre in-a-box" with its new HTP-076 Home Theater Package, which includes the Pioneer VSX-326 5-channel AV receiver with 80 W/ch (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.08 % THD, 2ch Driven FTC), a digital quad-core 32-bit DSP, and a host of advanced capabilities found in more expensive receivers.
Upon receiving a pair of ATH-SR30BT wireless headphones from Audio-Technica to review, I was excited to test out these affordable ($119) ‘phones to see how they stack up against my favourites in the same class.