Waterloo, ON-based Ctrl V has announced plans to open at least 10 new virtual reality arcade location across Canada over the next eight months.
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It seems consumers in Canada and the U.S. are becoming more conscious of their environmental efforts when it comes to old tech gadgets, with a record 14 million points of batteries and cell phones having been collected in North America by Call2Recycle, Inc. through 2016.
There's some good news for the Canadian economy, as consumer spending in the country grew by 4.19% in the fourth quarter of 2016 on a year-over-year basis, according to the MonerisMetrics Quarterly Report released by Moneris Solutions Corporation.
If you bought stock in Netflix, you likely raised a glass this weekend, as shares closed at their highest yet on Friday to US$133.70, up 3.5% thanks to a favourable year-end forecast from Wall Street analysts, reports Variety.
Over the past few years, it has become commonplace to find a number of startup companies exhibiting at CES, or at media events being held in conjunction with the show.
Gentec has announced that Benjamin Coombs has rejoined its team in a newly-created position of Senior Product Manager, General Merchandise.
Indigo Books & Music Inc. has announced the forthcoming departure of Laura Carr, the company's CFO, who will be returning to the UK for personal reasons following the completion of the company's third quarter results announcement in February.
Patrick Spence, a Canadian who worked previously with BlackBerry and IBM Canada, will take over as CEO for Sonos, founder John MacFarlane confirmed in a blog post.
Deloitte has released its latest report including tech predictions for 2017, and pints to how machine learning and autonomous driving, in particular, are poised to transform our everyday experiences.
TOA Canada Corporation, manufacturer of commercial audio and intercom products, has announced the appointment of Mitsuhiro Omura to the position of President and CEO, effective January 3, 2017.
It seems someone decided that CES 2017 was the perfect venue to steal ideas, as the Epsilon Electronics booth, located in the North Hall among other automotive vendors, was robbed of seven products during the event last week, include two concept ones that were gaining a lot of attention.