Rocketbook is known for its reusable Core and Fusion digital notebooks, and now the company has developed the Orbit, which is designed specifically for medical, legal, and other professionals. It offers reusable paper and cloud sharing technology in the form of a legal-sized pad.
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TOA Canada Corporation has hired Corey Mugford as the newest member of the technical team, where he will serve as Product Support Associate
Coral Springs, FL-based NAV-TV Corp, which manufactures and distributes vehicle integration technology products, including premium automotive safety, entertainment, and convenience accessories, has appointed GemSen Distribution as its Master Distributor for Canada.
Disney Chief Executive Robert Iger has announced that the new Disney+ streaming service had 28.6 million subscribers as of this week, up from 10 million in November. That means the company almost tripled its subscriber base in just three months.
Swedish company Handheld Group has announced the launch of its new Algiz RT8, an ultra-rugged 8" Android tablet that is designed for field workers.
If you are of a certain age, you will recall the rapid rise and disgraceful fall of a Telco company called Worldcom. They acquired a network of rival carriers, often much bigger than Worldcom itself, during the wild west growth that built the wireless industry. Canadian, Bernie Ebbers, once considered an extraordinary rainmaker on Wall Street for expanding a tiny Mississippi discount telecom company into Worldcom died yesterday at the age of 78.
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.
And just like that, Jeff Bezos added US$13.5 billion to his fortune in fifteen minutes. Bezos' significant bump came when Amazon posted revenues of US$87 billion for the fourth quarter in 2019 and shares of Amazon surged by 10% in after-hours trading.
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.
A new Payments Canada rule, called Rule E5, will make it possible for Canadians to use their debit cards to pay for items through delayed authorization, which means for public transit.
According to Statista, 3.1 million Canadians are expected to spend US$244 million on dedicated fitness trackers in 2020. In the U.S., 39 million Americans own a fitness tracker and spend US$3.2 billion to count steps, measure heart rate, and analyze many other data points in a quest for a healthy lifestyle.