Amazon Canada, TD, and Mastercard have launched the Amazon.ca Rewards Mastercard, which will allow eligible Prime members to earn 2.5% back at Amazon.ca and Whole Foods Market in Canada when they use the card, plus 1% back on all other eligible purchases.
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Mastercard today launched the Mastercard Digital Wellness program, a host of technologies and resources that enable businesses, especially small and independent merchants, to better serve today's digital-first consumer.
The Movin'On Summit on Sustainable Mobility 2019 is back in Montreal on a mission to move people and goods worldwide using renewable resources. The Summit, originally started with the renowned French tire maker Michelin, now has worldwide partners joining in the quest to reduce fossil fuel.
While we all continue to send instant messages through iMessage, WhatsApp, and other such services, BlackBerry quietly shut down its BBM messaging app for consumers.
It blew our minds when, in 1973, Dr. Martin Cooper made the first call from a mobile phone, the prototype DynaTAC, while standing on a busy street. It was a marvel to be able to carry and use a phone virtually anywhere, even if it was the size of a brick.
WiFi HiFi is saddened to announce the passing of Tom Lovegrove, long-time territory rep in Southwestern and Central Ontario. He passed away on Sunday, June 2 at the age of 85.
Staples Canada, The Working and Learning Company, has transformed its print and tech services business into Solutionshop, which offers customers a complete marketplace that helps with every aspect of a business, including design, printing, marketing, shipping, and tech services.
Apple has made several software announcements at its Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) currently taking place. In addition to the new tvOS 13 for Apple TV 4K, the company showed what's new with iOS 13, its iPad OS, and watchOS 6.
Mississauga-based commercial audio manufacturer TOA Canada, today announced the appointment of the Sherpa Group as a national, full-line distributor for its commercial audio products.
Move Aside, Millennials. Retailers Are Focused on Gen-Z Now
Millennials are getting old. We hate to break it to you, but it's the reality. They're now in their 20s and early-to-mid thirties, with kids, mortgages, and real jobs. And while that gives them incredible buying power, retailers are thinking ahead about the next-generation of shoppers, Gen-Z, and how to shift strategies in order to capture their attention.
Through its developments in AI and robotics, Ford has expanded its research and testing through a partnership with Agility Robotics that reimagines the way we see deliveries.