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Google Data Helps Health Officials Identify How Global Communities Are Responding to Social Distancing
Google is using the location data it collects about people to help public health officials better measure how global communities are responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, including social distancing measures.
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Mastercard has announced a global partnership with Samsung to enable digital access to consumers and small businesses in emerging markets through its Pay on Demand platform.
Rogers is offering its Pro On-the-Go personalized retail service to both existing and new customers in Greater Vancouver.
While many major tech conferences are shutting their doors this year due to public health concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, Apple won't be cancelling its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) just yet. Instead, the company is taking things online.
NAB Show 2020, a trade event for content professionals in the media, entertainment, and technology industries, has confirmed that it will not take place as scheduled this April in Las Vegas. Like many others, the decision was made due to increasing confirms about large gathering because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19.
Onkyo USA Corporation and Integra have confirmed a new firmware update that enabled select receivers to offer Sonos Volume Pass Through capabilities.
Gentec International has announced the company has signed an exclusive Canadian distribution agreement for Spin-Clean, effective immediately. Spin-Clean, founded in 1974, manufactures and hand-assembles vinyl cleaning products from their head office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
While the Montreal audiofest had been planning to proceed as planned at the end of March, the organizers have now announced that the show will be postponed following the Government of Quebec's decision to limit or ban public gatherings of more than 250 people.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, BB Distribution has confirmed that it will be postponing its VIP Expo.
E3 2020 is the latest tech trade show victim in the current fight against the COVID-19 virus, opting to join others like Mobile World Congress, Axpona, Munich High End, Facebook F8, and Google I/O in cancelling the event.
The DX3 Canada retail, marketing, and technology trade event, held annually at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, confirmed this morning that it would be cancelling the second day of its two-day event due to coronavirus concerns.