LG Electronics Canada (LG), a leader and innovator in the Home Entertainment category continues to transform the way Canadians view and consume content. Today, LG is unveiling its Canadian premium lineup featuring new OLED, QNED MiniLED and NanoCell TVs and new audio products, designed to give consumers a theatre-like experience from the comfort of home. Continue reading
Ultra High Speed HDMI® Cables Now Available Enabling End-to-End HDMI 2.1 Installations
SAN JOSE, California, Jan. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Over three years after the launch of the HDMI Specification Version 2.1, major products are now widely available that support HDMI 2.1 features including [email protected], [email protected], Dynamic HDR and eARC. Instead of asking when HDMI 2.1-enabled products will be available, people are now asking for advice about which new HDMI 2.1-enabled products to buy. Continue reading
IFA 2020 Special Edition is the first major global fair for consumer and home electronics that will physically take place since the pandemic. From September 3rd to September 5th, outstanding brands and up-and-coming start-ups will showcase their novelties, trends and highlights at the Berlin exhibition grounds. Read more
David Storm, a research physicist, and Tyler Growden, an electrical engineer, both with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, developed a new gallium nitride-based electrical component called a resonant tunneling diode (RTD) with performance beyond the anticipated speed of 5G. Read more
Swiss-based scientists are developing computer vision algorithms to help drones ‘see’ and understand their environment. Matthew Stock reports. Continue reading
Nokia Corp files a number of lawsuits against Apple Inc for violating 32 technology patents, striking back at the iPhone maker’s legal action targeting the one-time cellphone industry leader a day earlier.
Flying paper origami, magic mirrors and body fat analysing apps are among the high-tech gadgets unveiled by more than 500 companies and organizations at Japan’s Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC).
(Reuters Business Report) – Apple’s streaming music rivals are crying foul, saying Apple’s App Store puts them at a competitive disadvantage. And now, sources tell Reuters the Federal Trade Commission is looking into it. Last month, Apple became a competitor to the likes of Spotify and Rhapsody when it launched its paid streaming service, Apple Music.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (REUTERS / INTERNET) – In a year in which Taylor Swift’s star has risen in to the upper stratosphere, her biggest victory may have been watching Apple ‘blink” after the pop star called out the tech giant for its initial policy of refusing to pay artists during free trials of its new Apple Music streaming service.