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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During Collision Conference in Toronto last week, several panel discussions took place touching on the latest technology like AI, smart home, and automotive tech. And one of the underlying themes was that, in a changing economy, while jobs will be lost, new ones will be created. Which means education and skill-building is of tantamount importance.
Epson has opened its first Epson Certified Solution Centre in Canada, located at TG Graphics in Mississauga, ON, about a half hour outside of downtown Toronto.
ViewSonic Corp. has expanded its presence in the AV channel in Canada by establishing a new partnership with DataVisual Marketing and rolling out a new AV Solutions Program.
There has been much talk and debate about the television industry, how streaming has taken over, and if there's still a place for traditional linear TV. There's an argument for both sides, but let's take a look at the landscape.
Control4 has launched its new Smart Home OS 3, which can be used to allow for controlling hundreds of connected devices within the home from a single platform.
Mastercard has partnered with Interac to offer Canadians a new way to send money internationally. Leveraging the push payments service Mastercard Send, customers can use the Interac e-Transfer platform to send money securely from Canada to bank accounts internationally.
D&H Canada has achieved 14% overall year-over-year growth for its 2019 fiscal year, which began on May 1, 2018 and ended April 30, 2019, with VAR growth increasing at nearly 29% per year.
Sound United LLC, parent company to Denon, Polk Audio, Marantz, Definitive Technology, HEOS, Classé, and Boston Acoustics, has entered into a term sheet agreement to acquire Onkyo Corporation's consumer audio division, including the Onkyo, Pioneer, Pioneer Elite, and Integra brands.
Back in the early days of the compact disc, SPARS (Society of Professional Audio Recording Services) identified if a particular production stage was accomplished in the analog or digital domain. A track that was recorded on an analog 24-track machine and edited/ mixed using analog equipment and then mastered for CD release was identified by the letters AAD. A purely digital recording would use the designation DDD.
Mobile Klinik, a Canadian chain of smartphone repair shops, has successfully closed an equity capital funding raise of $27.5 million.