We're back with the WiFi HiFi holiday gift guides! Each week, we'll release new themed gift guides, chocked-full of great tech gift ideas for different people on your list. This week, we're looking at great gifts for busy parents.
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Staples Canada, now known as The Working and Learning Company, has launched a National Tech Trade-In program at its stores across Canada.
Nikon Canada Inc. has introduced the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S, a fast-aperture zoom lens that's ideal for professional and advanced photographers who capture portraits, landscapes, weddings and events, as well as content creators who shoot video using Nikon's new Z Mount System.
Flexson has launched its new range of stylish accessories to accompany the new Sonos Amp, including wall mounts, and a dock that can hold four of the devices.
Amazon has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire eero, a manufacturer of home mesh Wi-Fi systems that can be set up easily in the home, and extend a home's Wi-Fi signal to accommodate a growing number of smart home and connected devices.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo are working on a new technology that would be able to deploy battery-free sensors in the home using existing Wi-Fi networks.
Consumer robots might just be something fun to see at trade shows today. But, according to Tractica, consumer robot shipments are expected to surpass 65 million units annually by 2025 as we actually buy these little helpers to aid with various tasks in the home.
At ISE 2019 in Amsterdam this week, Nortek Security & Control (NSC) has introduced a pair of new Elan Intelligent Touch Panels that use face recognition and voice control technology to control media, lighting, climate, shares, security, and more.
Montreal-based SFM has been appointed the exclusive Canadian distributor for Dynamic Mounting, a Mooresville, NC-based manufacturer of AV mounts.
Control4 Corporation has announced the acquisition of Switzerland-based NEEO, which makes a smart home remote, along with touch panels, keypads, and other smart home devices.
I've been using an iRobot Roomba for years, and can confidently say that it's one of those high-tech devices I simply can't (or certainly wouldn't want to) live without. The concept is simple, yet iRobot has made it even simpler and more convenient with its latest version, the Roomba i7+ , along with its Clean Base and Automatic Dirt Disposal bin.