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.
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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.
Technology is often more about things we want versus things we need. And this is certainly the case in the Eureka Park startup exhibit area within the Sand Convention Center.
Day two of the 2017 CES was just as packed as Day One, with plenty to see in booths both big and small.
CES 2017 is officially underway, with plenty of innovation in all categories of consumer tech. From drones to headphones, gorgeous TVs and smart home gear, there's plenty to see.
Monster Products' press conference at CES 2017 had the same flare and energy as it does every year, with cheers and applause at every turn, including the introduction for Head Monster Noel Lee.
Improve. Help. Wellness. Feel good. Relieve stress. These were all buzzwords at this year's official pre-CES press event, CES Unveiled, which took place on the evening of January 3 in Las Vegas. And, we might add, also simply having fun.
We've just rung in the New Year (Happy 2017!) and already, industry folks are getting set to travel to, or read all about, what's new in tech at CES 2017.
Right after the American Thanksgiving holiday, and often even before, the flood of CES-related pitch e-mails start pouring in. As any member of the media knows, these will infiltrate your inbox, with headings like "can we set up a meeting?" and "don't miss the amazing XYZ at CES!"
Google has revealed its annual Year in Search list, an analysis of the search terms performed globally throughout the year. So what were Canadians most interested in? The list includes politics, smartphone apps, sports, and tragic deaths as some of the major moments of 2016.
What do you get that co-worker friend? The go-to gifts of bottles of wine or liquor, sweet treats, or gift cards are always solid choices. But if you want to appeal to the tech lover in them, or get something that stands out for the Yankee Gift Swap ar the office Christmas party, here are some interesting alternatives that still remain within a budget.