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Know someone who has a penchant for travel? Whether it's for work, play, or a combination of both, any of these items would be welcome gifts under the tree this year.
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If you are like many, you've downloaded several apps, played many games, listened to lots of tunes and podcasts, watched movies, and more through 2018. Apple has devised its list of tops for 2018, based on top charts and selections from editors across a variety of categories.
Edmonton-based automotive, marine, and consumer electronics distributor B&B Electronics Ltd. has expanded its operations with an Eastern Canada office and warehouse, located in Mississauga, ON, about 35 minutes outside of downtown Toronto.
Teens and tweens are a tough bunch. They can be picky, yet they've grown up knowing only a tech-driven world. Which means they understand the value of technology products, and use them through their daily lives. With that said, here are some great gift ideas.
Fleet Complete has launched a new low-power asset tracker, exclusively on the Telus LTE-M network.
The basic wearables category returned to growth in the third quarter of 2018, fuelled by new products from brands like Fitbit, Garmin and Huawei, and growing demand in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan).
For many, most of their holiday spending goes towards gift giving. Or does it? A new poll by Ebates.ca finds that Canadians are spending a lot on secondary holiday expenses, too, which can add an average of $528 to the $602 they are already spending on gifts, for a grand total of $1,130.
The ninth annual Hays Canada Salary Guide, released today, finds that employers across Canada will cap 2018 as a year of growth, with more than half intending to hire permanent staff in the year ahead.
Moms and dads are just women and men, right? But those with young kids still living at home might especially appreciate certain tech gifts. Here are some ideas.
According to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), holiday shopping over the Black Friday Week didn't just break records, but it was great for the technology industry, and for sales both online and through physical stores.
‘Tis the season to fork over more dough for streaming. Brace yourself to see a few extra bucks added to your credit card bill in 2019, as Netflix has confirmed that it will be raising pricing once again for all tiers of its subscriptions. And this will represent its biggest price hike to date.