If you thought BlackBerry couldn't go any farther to express its patriotism, think again. The Waterloo, ON-based company has just released limited edition red and white version of the new Passport "square" smartphone.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is reporting that robotics exhibits have grown 25% for the 2015 International CES when compared to last year, with the expectation that robotics exhibits will cover 8,250 net square feet of exhibit space.
Mio Global's new Fuse is a wearable device that serves as an activity tracker, sports watch, and heart rate monitor, without the need for a chest strap.
Forty years ago, when James Tanner was thinking of modifying his Dynaco power amplifier, he couldn't have known that he'd be helping to shift a company's direction - and altering his own career path in the process.
Canadian retailers can holiday expect sales revenues to be bigger and start flowing earlier this year, according to a report from Colliers International. This commercial real estate firm, operating in 63 countries, calculates that retail sales in December alone will climb by almost 5% to $46.8 billion.