Commercial audio and security equipment manufacturer TOA Canada Corporation has introduced its first SIP Horn Speaker for the Canadian market.
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Epson America, Inc. is adding a pair of new models to its growing EcoTank line, the ET-M3170 and ET-M1170, both of which are wireless monochrome all-in-one Supertank models that offer cartridge-free printing.
Gentec International has announced that effective July 1, 2019, the company will be an authorized vinyl distribution partner for Sony Music and Entertainment and Universal Music Canada.
Apple has announced a voluntary recall of a limited number of older generation 15-inch MacBook Pro units that contain a battery that may overheat and pose a safety risk.
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.
Sharp Canada has announced two new lines of its 4K Ultra-HD LCD (3,840 × 2,160-pixel resolution) commercial displays, as well as an 8K professional display (7,680 x 4,320-pixel resolution), all designed to offer retailers signage solutions that deliver in-store content.
As part of an ongoing series highlighting influential women in Canadian tech, this week, we talk in-depth with Lisa McManus, Retail Marketing and Sales Account Manager, Intel Canada, to get her perspective on working in a male-dominated industry.
Philippe Rayes, CEO of Sherpa Group has announced that Dennis Bazin has been promoted to Director, National Sales and Marketing, effective immediately.
Amazon Canada, TD, and Mastercard have launched the Amazon.ca Rewards Mastercard, which will allow eligible Prime members to earn 2.5% back at Amazon.ca and Whole Foods Market in Canada when they use the card, plus 1% back on all other eligible purchases.
Hamilton, OH-based Dynamic Control, manufacturer of acoustic environmental solutions for a broad range of industries, has appointed Gemsen Distribution as its exclusive distributor across Canada.
Worldwide spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) is forecast to pass the US$1 trillion mark in 2022, reaching US$1.1 trillion in 2023, according to a new update to the IDC Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide.