At the Staples back-to-school event this week, Microsoft representatives detailed the company's portable-computing lineup for this fall.
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Fuzz Productions, of Broklyn NY, and Toronto's CN Tower have announced a new augmented reality Viewfinder app to help tower visitors identify prominent sights.
Staples Canada has launched its back-to-school program, including a new Student Living Centre, showcasing products of interest to students "living in close quarters, on and off campus."
Ford Motor Company, based in Dearborn, Michigan, has announced the creation of a new organization, Ford Autonomous Vehicles LLC.
Kano has announced a partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, to launch the Harry Potter Coding Kit.
Internet service provider TekSavvy and the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario, have announced a joint effort to deploy a high-speed fibre broadband network.
AVAD LLC has announced a strategic partnership, making it an "exclusive distribution partner" for Savant Central Management and Savant Studio cloud-based management software.
Roku Inc. has announced the Canadian launch of The Roku Channel, a new ad-supported streaming channel offering free content to users of the Roku platform.
This week, Dell held a Gaming Lounge in Toronto, showcasing the latest game-ready desktops, laptops and peripherals from its Dell and Alienware lines.
Today at the HP Gaming Festival in Beijing, China, HP introduced a new laptop and several accessories under its Omen brand.
Valve Software is introducing two mobile apps that will let users access gaming and video content from the PC- and Mac-based Steam service.