WiFi HiFi is saddened to announce the passing of Christie Blatchford, a long-time and well-respected Canadian journalist who had, at one point in time in her career, worked for all of the major daily newspapers in Toronto, most recently with National Post. She passed away from cancer at the age of 68.
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Following the Oscars surprise when Eminem rose up from the stage to deliver a throwback performance of his hit song from the early '00s, "Lose Yourself," the Internet went into a tizzy. Why is he there? What was the point of this? A little research provides the answer.
At the end of 2016, it was confirmed that TCL Communications would be taking over the manufacturing of BlackBerry devices. By February 2017, the KEYone was revealed at Mobile World Congress as the first device under the new partnership. But now, that brand licensing agreement is about to come to an end leaving BlackBerry's future in question.
Something profound struck me the other day as I was writing an announcement. I was discussing the opening of a new storefront in Canada and typed the word "customers" in a sentence. I quickly hit the backspace key a few times and changed the word to "visitors." It sounds like such a minor, insignificant thing. But the reality of the copy change hit me instantly.
Not even a week after Sonos announced that it would be ending software updates and support for its older "legacy" products, including the Bridge and Gen-1 Play:5, the company is changing its tune following massive consumer backlash.
Bose has confirmed that it will be closing all of its retail storefronts in the U.S., Canadian, Europe, Japan, and Australia. These closures will result in hundreds of employees being laid off.
One of my favourite areas to visit at CES every year is the Eureka Park exhibits, which feature innovative and exciting new inventions from start-ups from around the world. It can be overwhelming to sift through and find the hidden gems. But we located a few really interesting ones.
If you're at CES 2020, you might be stuck in meetings, in your own company's booth, in a suite offsite, or a myriad of other places. But if you have some time to walk about the show floor, here are 6 things you absolutely need to take a look at.
Sure, CES has only just begun. But pre-show events have been happening for the last two days, including the press conferences, and we were in Vegas early to check out some of them. Not surprisingly, several products already stand out for their cool factor, clever designs, and/or innovative technology.
If the future LG presents about artificial intelligence (AI) in the home becomes reality, it could be both tremendously convenient and terrifying at the same time. The company has identified four levels for qualitative jumps in AI capabilities, which Dr. IP Park, President and CTO, outlined during the company's press conference this morning, alongside Jean-Francois Gagne, co-founder and CEO of Element AI.
When I was younger, I had a common first job for many kids: I worked in the drive-thru at McDonald's. That job is just one of many that may be replaced or enhanced (depending on how you look at it) by artificial intelligence (AI). And AI is just one of many trends that will be "ones to watch" this year.