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Shure has added new Wireless Earphones to its popular SE Sound Isolating Earphones line, including the Wireless SE112 and SE215 models; along with a discrete Bluetooth Accessory Cable for current Shure SE Earphones owners who want to convert to wireless.
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Hamilton, ON-based Red Leaf Audio has been appointed a Canadian distributor for Adcom amplifiers and pre-amplifiers.
Travelers visiting the Calgary International Airport (YYC) will soon be able to enjoy free Wi-Fi, courtesy of American Express Canada.
Vaughan, ON-based Drone Delivery Canada has announced the appointment of Mark Wuennenberg to the newly-created position of Vice President, Regulatory Affairs as the Company grows its management team in anticipation of obtaining Canadian regulatory approval for drone delivery.
Each year, McAfee releases its list of most dangerous celebrities to search for online. And this year, it's Pickering, ON's own Shawn Mendes who takes the cake.
LG's latest premium smartphone, the Q6, offers up a minimized-bezel FullVision display, and will be available in Canada starting September 28, 2017.
It's official: as rumours had been suggesting, Google and HTC have partnered up in some fashion, with some HTC employees joining the Google team, and Google receiving a non-exclusive license for HTC intellectual property.
I love using my iPhone for work. Virtually everything, including writing articles, can be done using my iPhone. The downside of that is that by 2 p.m., my battery level is usually already down to about 30%. I've tried lots of charging options, including tethering my phone to a charger in the office or car, power cases, and portable battery packs.
Rumours abound that HTC may be considering selling off its smartphone business, or certain assets, to Google. According to TechCrunch, which cited the Financial Times, HTC will suspend trading of its stock on the TWSE ahead of a big announcement.
Google is already taking the Amazon Echo on with its Home smart speaker, which allows customers to control smart devices in the home, search the web, and more, all using their voice. And now, the rumour mill is abuzz that the company's October 4 event will see the debut of Google's answer to the smaller Echo Dot.
BlackBerry and Fleet Complete have entered into a reselling partnership that will expand Fleet Complete's current fleet tracking and monitoring solution, through the addition of BlackBerry Radar.