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Satechi's new Aluminum Type-C Clamp Hub, exclusively designed for the new 2017 iMac Pro, iMac Retina 4K and 27" 5K models, adds functionality to the iMac with a data only USB-C port, three USB 3.0 ports with up to 5Gb/s for fast and secure data transfer, and a microSD card reader, all through a single USB-C connection.
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It's an interesting time to be not only in retail, but also specifically in mobile technology retail.
Key Digital, a manufacturer of professional distributed video and control system equipment, has announced the appointment of Sherpa Group as a distributor of its products within Canada.
NAD Electronics has announced the latest module in its Modular Design Construction portfolio, the MDC HDM-2.
New analysis from audit, tax, and advisory firm KPMG suggests that the retail business in Canada is facing rapidly changing consumer expectations and habits, while many retailers are not keeping pace.
Apple says its new iMac Pro is the company's most powerful Mac ever launched to date, designed for pro users with up to 18 cores, 22 Teraflops of graphics performance, and a 27" Retina 5K display.
Ahh, those elusive Gen-Zers - the Snapchatting, crop-top/mom jean-wearing, Insta-ing group of kids who make up a large portion of our gift recipients. What do you get for your 13-year-old niece? Sixteen-year-old grandson? Here are some great tech ideas.
Nintendo has already sold 10 million of its Switch systems to consumers around the world, according to the company's internal sales figures, despite launching the console in March, a typically slow time for home console sales.
According to Google Canada's 17th annual Year in Search, Canadians were curious about how to do a lot of things this year, as they searched for more "how" questions than ever before in 2017.
Lenbrook International, the Canada-based developers of the BluOS music operating system, today announced that Amazon Music is available on all BluOS-enabled devices from Bluesound and NAD Electronics.
I, like many others in the industry, am a proud, card-carrying Gen-Xer.