‘Tis that time of year again, the back-to-school shopping season, which is one of the busiest, if not the busiest, shopping seasons of the year.
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According to new data from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the U.S. technology industry paid a record US$1.3 billion in Section 301 tariffs on imported Chinese products in May, more than six times higher than May 2018 despite a 31% decline in imports.
WiFi HiFi's John Thomson unboxes the Rimowa BeoPlay H91 Limited Edition Headphones, a collaboration between the high-end luggage company and the high-end audio brand Bang & Olufsen, a package he was highly anticipating receiving.
Staples Canada, The Working and Learning Company, has launched a new digital platform built on Shopify Plus.
Prime "Day" 2019, which took place over the two-day period from July 15-16, broke records once again, surpassing Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, worldwide, with more than 175 million items purchased via the site.
Toronto Pearson First Airport in Canada to Offer Technology to Improve Accessibility for Travellers With Sight Loss
Toronto Pearson Airport is now offering Aira service, as assistive technology that helps travellers with sight loss navigate the airport independently, making it the first airport in Canada to offer the service.
Square has launched Square Loyalty, which provides Canadian sellers with an integrated digital rewards program they can use directly through their Square Points of Sale app, without the need for any additional software or hardware.
LG Electronics has appointed Dr. Darin Graham as the head of the LG Artificial Intelligence (AI) Lab in Toronto.
TekSavvy and its affiliate cable company Hastings Cablevision Ltd. has officially launched its IPTV service, TekSavvy TV, across Ontario today.
Although Huawei Canada is currently giving away a Huawei Watch GT Classic with every Mate 20 Pro purchased, or a free one-time screen replacement with any P30 model phone, consumers are faced with a tough decision about if they should buy phones from the beleaguered Chinese brand.
After two quarters of decline, the worldwide PC market grew 1.5% in the second quarter of 2019, according to preliminary results by Gartner, Inc.