Tubetime has launched an Android version of its TV app, which provides a complete TV guide and universal remote features from a compatible Android device.
Universal Remote Control's (URC's) new Total Control TKP-7000 in-wall colour touch pad allows users to, with URC cameras, display live, full-motion video on its 7" (1,024 x 600) screen.
Amazon.ca's 7" ($214) and 8.9" ($284) Kindle Fire HD models are now available for pre-order through the company's Website. They will ship on June 13.
Nikon Canada Inc. has announced a new short telephoto lens for its Nikon 1 system of mirrorless cameras. The 1 Nikkor 32mm f/1.2 lens provides the same field-of-view as an 86mm lens on a 35mm film SLR. That focal length and the lens' wide maximum aperture make it ideal for portraiture and available-light photography, Nikon Canada notes.
Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. (MTS) has concluded its strategic review that considers selling its Allstream subsidiary to an investment and management group focused on telecommunication, digital media and technology, and co-founded by Naguib Sawiris. Sawiris, who also serves as Non-Executive Chairman, was the driving financial force behind WIND Mobile's entrance into Canada.
It appears as if the most desirable mobile phone video of the moment is farther away from being seen than before, as the owners of a clip allegedly featuring Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine have gone M.I.A.
According to a poll conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of PayPal, 87% of Canadians said that they wished they were able to leave their wallets at home.
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- MTS to Sell Allstream Subsidiary
- A Crack in the Plan: Rob Ford Video Owners are M.I.A.
- Rumour: Google Looking to Purchase Mobile Mapping Company Waze
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