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As you gear up to celebrate Canada's birthday this coming Monday, July 1, here are some great products that can complement what you might be planning to do with the time off, both this long weekend and through the summer.
New data from research firm Strategy Analytics suggests that Roku is the number-one streaming TV platform in the U.S., a position it has claimed after experiencing record Q1 performance.
Thorens, distributed in Canada through Montreal-based Erikson Consumer, has announced its upcoming TD 402 DD (direct-drive) turntable.
The worldwide augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) headset market returned to growth after a year of decline as global shipments during the first quarter of 2019 reached 1.3 million, up 27.2% from the same quarter last year, says IDC.
On June 1, 2019 ReSource Group Canada celebrated its 25th Anniversary and commemorated the event with a gala at the Millcroft Inn and Spa in Alton, ON.
Thorens, distributed in Canada by Montreal-based Erikson Consumer, has announced the availability of its upcoming TD 1600 and TD 1601 turntables.
Sherpa Group has announced the appointment of Dave Power of Power Agencies Ltd. to the position of Sales Representative, responsible for Atlantic Canada. The appointment is effective July 1, 2019.
Leading up to Independent Retailer Month, Lightspeed, which provides omnichannel point-of-sale software, has revealed the results of its new survey, indicating that 47% of Canadians and 36% of Americans still shop most prevalently via physical retail, even as online shopping continues to rise in popularity.
Over the course of two days, from June 18-19, 2019, Erikson Consumer welcomed dealers and WiFi HiFi to a showcase of new products in audio, mobile, and toys that will be coming this year.
There's a bucketful of dashcam brands out there. Unfortunately, most of them are of questionable quality. That includes major brand dashcams that are no more than mediocre (or worse) quality units being slapped with big brand logos.