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Sears Canada Inc. and certain of its subsidiaries have been granted an order from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
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Batavia, IL-based Vanco International LLC, which manufactures AV distribution and electronic accessory products, has acquired the Beale Street Audio line of Sonic Vortex powered architectural speakers.
LG's new X power 2 smartphone, which features a fast charging battery, is now officially available in Canada.
It's being reported that Uber founder Travis Kalanick has relinquished his post as CEO of the company. Details are hazy so far, and no replacement has been announced.
A group of European environmental agencies has released a report indicating that EU appliance energy-efficiency testing standards are out-dated, failing to take into account real-world consumer behavior, and showing overly optimistic results.
When I lived in Australia, Cyrus was one of my dream brands to own. Cyrus Audio is a well-known British specialist audio company with a solid research and development team leading the charge toward the manufacturing of precision hi-fi equipment.
Taking wearables to a new level, Barrie, ON-based LEI Electronics Inc. has been appointed exclusive Canadian distributor for SunnyCam video smart glasses.
Montreal-based start-up ORA Sound plans to manufacture and market the first pair of headphones made of graphene, called the GQ.
Focal has unveiled its new line of headphones, including the premium, closed-back wireless over-ear Listen Wireless, in-ear Spark and Spark Wireless, and the Hi-fi in-ear Sphear S.
Pioneer and Onkyo have jointly released the Rayz Rally, a Lightning-powered portable speaker that can transform an iPhone into a conference speakerphone that's reportedly loud enough to fill a boardroom.
Following Nokia's acquisition of Withings, announced last summer, the latter brand has now been transitioned, and products are being launched under the Nokia name.