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Now that distance learning has become the norm and will likely continue through to the end of this school year, potentially into the beginning of the next school year as well, parents and kids are looking to set their kids up for success while learning at home.
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PayPal is now available as a new payment option on Walmart.ca to accommodate the greater amount of purchases Canadians are making online for groceries and other essentials due to the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
As part of the COVID-19 care package, Creative Labs sent me a pair of T100 (US$100) powered speakers to review. My first ever PC speakers were Creative Labs so I was excited to review them.
TCL Communication has introduced four new smart devices including the brand's first ultrafast 5G CPE, true wireless earphones, wireless heart rate monitoring sport headphones, and a 4G connected smartwatch for kids.
DALI today announced the expansion of Lenbrook Americas' distribution responsibility, to now include both Canada and the United States. The appointment will see Lenbrook oversee all aspects of sales, marketing, service and support for DALI Loudspeakers in both countries, with a projected start date in Canada of May 1, 2020.
Samsung Canada has introduced two new smartphones, the latest addition to its Galaxy family: the A71 and the A51. Both devices boast a long-lasting battery, quad camera design, and Infinity-O display.
Ring has announced a redesigned second-generation Alarm that includes enhanced security features, is much smaller, and easier to mount.
TCL Communication is officially debuting its first series of TCL-branded smartphones, the TCL 10 Series.
After much deliberation followed by a postponement, the Montreal Audiofest is officially canceled for 2020.
One of the giants of the Canadian audio industry passed away on April 8 at his family home in Thornhill, ON, at the age of 80. Howard Heiber was Owner, President and CEO of Audio Products International Corp. (API) from the time he formed the company in 1973, to the time he sold it to Klipsch Group, Inc. in 2006.
Amazon has launched five new Global linear feeds in coordination with its channel partner Corus which will now be available for free on Prime Video in Canada.