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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're on a tight budget, no worries, as there are plenty of great tech gift items you can get for someone special on your list for under $150.
The Auri smart home light, made by Ling Technology, the same London-based company that developed the AI Owl Luka that reads picture books to children, aims to promote wellness for owners through the use of intelligent lighting and ambient sounds.
Payments and point-of-sale company Square has released Square Appointments for services business who sell their time rather than goods.
In Toronto today, Accenture celebrated the opening of its new Canada Innovation Hub, a center for innovation, research and design.
Launched as the first Android One smartphone from LG in October, the LG G7 One has now received the Android 9 Pie update, another first for the brand, in addition to its regular November security update.
Canadians are using apps to help while shopping this holiday season, but it isn't what you think. They aren't just using shopping apps where they can purchase items, or compare pricing. They're also using on-demand apps to streamline their tasks and check off to-do lists.
Atar Capital, a global private investment firm, has completed the acquisition of Microcel Corporation, a distributor of mobile technology products in Canada.
Many of the items on this list might be appealing to men as well, just as many items in our gift guide for men might be perfect for a woman on your list, too. But these tech gifts might be the perfect option for a special female on your list.
CIBC has signed agreements with Air Canada securing its participation in the airline's new loyalty program, conditional upon completion of Air Canada's acquisition of the Aeroplan loyalty business.
Adobe Analytics has released its latest report, indicating that Black Friday shopping in the U.S. is already going well, with US$643 million spent online by 10 a.m. (ET), representing a year-over-year growth of 27.8%.