Mobile Klinik, a professional smartphone repair chain based in Toronto, says that it will achieve its fiscal year-end goal of opening 80 locations by January 31, 2020.
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Rogers Communications will open its new state-of-the-art flagship retail experience, Rogers 302, on December 12 at Yonge and Dundas Square, right in the heart of downtown Toronto. The retail space will measure a massive 9,000 square feet in size and will focus on promoting 5G technology.
Nixplay Signage, a division of Nixplay, which designs and manufactures smart photo frames, has appointed Sherpa Group as Canadian distributor of its premium audiovisual and communication solutions, including its range of digital signage displays, small format signage, and signage player.
Commercial audio and security equipment manufacturer TOA Canada Corporation has revealed a new high-quality condenser microphone, the EM-380.
Despite the perception that gift cards are impersonal and thoughtless gifts that are easily picked up last minute, a new survey finds by Rakuten.ca finds that Canadians actually love receiving them.
Cash is no longer king. But according to data from Payments Canada, Canadians are pretty rapidly adopting new payment channels beyond just credit and debit cards.
Inogeni, which is based in Quebec City, QC, has revealed two new products ahead of their official launch at CES 2020 next January: 4K UHD and HDBaseT to USB 3.0 converters, ideal for commercial applications, including videoconferencing.
A new study conducted by PayPal Canada finds that Canadians aren't afraid to shop on social media, with nearly half saying they already do so and almost 40% saying they plan to this holiday season.
There's positive news on the smartphone front, as global production volume appears to be up, according to TrendForce. The research firm finds that volume grew 9.2% in the third quarter of this year in order to meet demand during the peak season.
D&H Distributing wrapped up its third annual Technology Conference: Vancouver on November 14, 2019 at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport in Richmond, BC.
WiFi HiFi is saddened to announce the passing of Ian Haave, formerly the Western Canada sales manager for Evolution Home Corp. Ian passed away, surrounded by his family, at the age of 54 following a long battle with brain cancer.