Orangetheory Fitness says it is now the "first" fitness brand to develop and deploy Apple technology, providing more personalization, motivation, and encouragement for its members.
more Stories »
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.
It's back! The $2,600 Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone/tablet with a bendable screen returned to a handful of Canadian Samsung Experience stores on Friday, December 6 in limited quantities and pre-orders, as previously reported.
In addition to alerting you about traffic conditions, road work, accidents, stopped cars, and hidden police cars, Waze will now notify you of snow warnings, an ideal feature for those who live in the cold wintery Canadian climate.
We're back with the WiFi HiFi holiday gift guides! Each week, we'll release new themed gift guides, chocked-full of great tech gift ideas for different people on your list. This week, we're looking at great gifts for people who love tech but care deeply about the planet and social issues.
We're back with the WiFi HiFi holiday gift guides! Each week, we'll release new themed gift guides, chocked-full of great tech gift ideas for different people on your list. This week, we're looking at great gifts for photographers.
Vancouver-based Singular Hearing will unveil its AI-powered app called HeardThat in the Eureka Park areas of CES 2020 in January that uses machine learning to turn a smartphone into a hearing assistant.
Atlantic Technology, known for its loudspeakers, is shifting from shared to personal listening with its first pair of headphones, the FS-HALI in-ear monitors.
After experiencing some issues with my current mesh wifi system, including one of the nodes going offline every few weeks or so, I decided to invest in something new. And I opted for the Linksys Velop AC6600.
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.