The 11th annual Digital Democracy Survey by Deloitte reveals some interesting stats about consumer behaviour and habits, particularly in relation to social media, television, and the consumption of content overall.
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The Sustainable Development Solutions Network has released its latest World Happiness Report, in celebration of World Happiness Day today. And a bit of feel-good news for our country: Canada ranks seventh overall.
The market for augmented and virtual reality headsets is moving at a rapid pace, and IC expects that it will grow at a compound annual rate of 58%, reaching 99.4 million units by 2021.
Staub Electronics has named the winners of its 2017 Gift of Change program, the second annual initiative designed to give back to the industry.
WiFi HiFi is saddened to announce the passing of Robert Joseph Morrow, owner of Showtime TV & Stereo in Cobourg, ON, about an hour and-a-half east of downtown Toronto. He passed away on Tuesday, March 16 at the age of 63.
Drones aren't just for fun. And while we all know of the tremendous potential for drones in various business verticals, from product delivery to real estate, film, and medical aid, DJI claims that drones have taken things even further, and already directly saved the lives of at least 59 people.
According to the latest report from Futuresource Consulting, the global professional LED display market closed 2016 at US$4.5 billion, a value that was up 7% from US$4.2 billion the previous year.
Staub Electronics has been appointed a Canadian distributor for Inter-M's line of audio, video, communications and information technology products for the commercial and professional markets. The partnership comes into effect immediately.
Intel has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire autonomous driving company Mobileye for US$63.54 per share in cash, representing an equity value of approximately US$15.3 billion and enterprise value of US$14.7 billion.
The DX3 Canada trade show, targeting marketing, technology, and retail professionals, is underway in Toronto. In addition to the small show floor area, several keynotes, stage presentations, and seminars are taking place.
RadioShack Corp. has filed for bankruptcy protection in the U.S. for the second time in two years. It plans to close approximately 200 stores immediately and will consider options for the remaining locations by the end of the month.