Bose has confirmed that it will be closing all of its retail storefronts in the U.S., Canadian, Europe, Japan, and Australia. These closures will result in hundreds of employees being laid off.
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You're sitting in your shop on a quiet Tuesday afternoon, when a phone call comes through. It's a seemingly well-heeled businessman who's looking to buy a number of expensive speakers to outfit his new condominium project.
While we all continue to send instant messages through iMessage, WhatsApp, and other such services, BlackBerry quietly shut down its BBM messaging app for consumers.
It blew our minds when, in 1973, Dr. Martin Cooper made the first call from a mobile phone, the prototype DynaTAC, while standing on a busy street. It was a marvel to be able to carry and use a phone virtually anywhere, even if it was the size of a brick.
Whether dad is an avid techie or not, any dad will appreciate some great tech items for Father's Day this Sunday, June 17.
During Collision Conference in Toronto last week, several panel discussions took place touching on the latest technology like AI, smart home, and automotive tech. And one of the underlying themes was that, in a changing economy, while jobs will be lost, new ones will be created. Which means education and skill-building is of tantamount importance.
There has been much talk and debate about the television industry, how streaming has taken over, and if there's still a place for traditional linear TV. There's an argument for both sides, but let's take a look at the landscape.
It's just over a week until Mother's Day, when we all celebrate the moms in our lives. Whether it's your own mother, spouse, sister, grandmother, friend, or another special mom in your life, flowers, candies, a card, and some quality time are all great ideas. (Some peace and quiet would do nicely as well.) But why not throw some great tech in there as well?
Toronto-based Henry's Camera has acquired L.L. Lozeau, based in Montreal, in a deal that will now make Henry's the largest photographer retailer in Canada. According to Retail Insider, a purchase amount is not known for the acquisition.
Google's parent company Alphabet has officially become the first drone operator to get government approval to operate as an airline, which will, in turn, allow the company to start using drones to deliver packages to customers.
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.