D&H Canada says it has sustained close to an 18% revenue increase in its 2018 calendar year, surpassing most industry growth figures in several key categories, including server solutions, components, storage, networking, and power protection products.
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This year's CES, as always, was chocked-full of plenty of goodies of all kinds, from small and clever gadgets, to massive flying vehicles and even a luxury yacht.
After walking the second day of the show, here are a few items that caught my eye in the audio and video categories.
Last week, we published our own list of tech trends that we predicted would be hot topics at this year's CES. Today, on the eve of Press Day for the show, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) held a presentation called Tech Trends to Watch, summarizing data from its latest Sales and Forecasts, and providing insight on what's to come.
Want to build your very own desktop Windows 10 PC? It might seem like a daunting task, but established computer parts stores like Memory Express in Western Canada can assemble a custom desktop with parts you choose. Here's a guide of the required hardware components.
Stampede resellers will have the opportunity to participate in the Gold Rush promotion at this year's CES in Las Vegas, stopping at various booths to learn about new products and programs, and earning the chance to win prizes.
Richmond, BC-based Sound Developments has added a new service to its portfolio, offering credit card processing for its dealers across North America.
It's almost that time again: CES. And while we're all just getting over bloated holiday tummies, those of us who work in the consumer technology industry are preparing to pack our bags to head to Sin City and see what's on tap for 2019.
When we were teenagers, we could get into the car in Port Credit, ON and play the song "Who Are You" by the Who (on cassette). Our goal was always to see how close to Toronto we could get by the time the song was over.
Amazon has confirmed that the 2018 holiday season was another record-breaking one worldwide, with more items ordered than ever before, and Prime memberships growing, both worldwide and, more specifically, in Canada.
In his quarterly letter to investors, Apple CEO Tim Cook has reported that the company's Q1 2019 revenue will be lower than its original estimate.