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Philippe Rayes, CEO of Sherpa Group has announced that Dennis Bazin has been promoted to Director, National Sales and Marketing, effective immediately.
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Google is bringing its Home products under the Nest brand, and has introduced the Google Nest Hub, formerly the Google Home Hub, in Canada.
Staples Canada stores across Canada will now offer FedEx services, marking the single largest Canadian retail rollout for the latter company.
Swedish lifestyle brand Urbanears is releasing the Pampas over-ear headphones, which come in three on-trend colour, offer optimized acoustics, and an ergonomic design.
Totem Acoustic has introduced its V2 Element Series Metal and Fire loudspeakers, the products of advancements in the company's 7" Torrent bass driver.
For the last week, I've been reading articles with people complaining that the third episode in the eighth and final season of HBO series Game of Thrones, which aired on Sunday, April 28, was too dark. The first three things that immediately came to mind were 1) people are watching their TVs in too bright of an environment; 2) they didn't calibrate their display; and 3) people are using streaming as their source, legal or otherwise.
Walmart Canada says it has plans to invest over $200 million in its store network, with a focus on refurbishing and refreshing 31 stores across the country over the next year. Approximately 3,250 construction jobs will be created to support these upgrades.
It's not just about gifting technology for the sake of keeping up with the newest, but what mom can do that works for her. When shopping for mom, it's the unique experience she will get that matters. Here's a list of cool smart home items for mom that offer a bit of flair on the side.
Rhapsody International Inc. has completed a global agreement with MQA for its Powered by Napster platform service to offer partners the option to choose high-resolution and studio-quality audio as their format of choice.
NAD Electronics says its C 658 BluOS Streaming DAC will soon be equipped with room correction software from Dirac Research. The software update is scheduled for on or around June 10 and will be available to all C 658 users.
As part of an ongoing series highlighting influential women in Canadian tech, this week, we talk in-depth with Tara Fine, Channel Chief, VMWare Canada, to get her perspective on working in a male-dominated industry.