As we prepare to decorate Easter eggs with the kids this weekend, set up Easter egg hunts, or, for those who don't celebrate, simply enjoy a long weekend, Google is having fun with a few Easter eggs of its own as well.
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While seven in 10 Canadians (71%) say they feel confident in their ability to detect a phishing scam, a recent survey conducted by Interac Corp. found that 96% were actually unable to identify the safest option forward when put to the test through the Interac #SafeNotSorry Experiment.
Canon Canada Inc. has appointed Nobuhiko Kitajima to the position of President and CEO.
Markham, ON-based Gentec International has confirmed an expanded distribution agreement with Twin Star Home, providing access to the Twin Star Home furniture collections for the Canadian retail furniture marketplace.
According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, Apple Watch maintained the first position in global smartwatch shipments for the fourth quarter of 2018, snagging more than half (51%) of the marketshare.
Alarming content is being found hidden in videos on YouTube and YouTube Kids, and the company, owned by Google, can't seem to remove it fast enough before more pops up.
Recently, a spate of articles online have suggested that the end of physical Blu-ray disc media is near, largely as a result of the growth in streaming. Much of the fear has been fueled by Samsung's recent announcement that it will no longer sell Blu-ray players in North America; Oppo announced the same in a farewell message on its website just shy of a year ago. But this couldn't be further from the truth.
Toronto-based ReSource Group Canada is gearing up to celebrate its 25th year in business on June 1, 2019, and continues to drive growth with new brand partnerships and personnel appointments.
Despite global smartphone demand declining 3% in 2018 to 1.44 billion, sales still remained a strong US$522 billion, reports GfK, with smartphones, mobile phones, and wearables representing a solid US$1.2 trillion technical consumer goods market.
Not surprisingly, among the many consumer tech products that flooded the market in 2018, smart speakers were the hottest, showing impressive growth and consumer interest.
Lenbrook has announced a partnership with Bullitt Group, the global licensee for the ruggedized Cat phones, to serve as the exclusive distributor of the product portfolio in Canada.