Amherst, NY-based pro AV distributor Stampede has been acquired by the technology division of DCC plc, a London Stock Exchange-listed (LSE) international sales, marketing, and support services group that employs 11,000 people in four divisions operating in 17 countries.
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The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has announced the new class of inductees into the 2018 Consumer Technology Hall of Fame, and it includes 14 influential individuals in the tech space.
Today is like Christmas for Amazon Prime members. It's Prime Day, known for when Amazon offers hefty discounts on a wide range of products for its Prime members. Commencing at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT) and running for 36 hours, Prime Day (technically Prime Day-and-a-half) will feature more than 140 Spotlight Deals in Canada, including plenty of savings on tech.
Streaming TV is here, and it's here to stay. For the first time ever, Netflix has topped the Emmy nominations list for 2018, overtaking HBO for the most nominations.
Being a member of various discussion groups, I always encounter so many people with false logic. In some cases, it's clearly due to stubbornness. And that simply can't be helped. But in all too many cases, the falsities are the result of a lack of available information, or a misunderstanding of facts.
Staub Electronics has been appointed as a distributor for Mersive Technologies, a provider of wireless media streaming and collaboration solutions.
As part of an ongoing series highlighting influential women in Canadian tech, this week, we talk in-depth with Cecilia Choy, Director of Marketing, North America, at Asus, to get her perspective on working in a male-dominated industry.
CEDIA Expo, the trade show for custom installation and integration specialists, is calling for nominations for its Innovation Alley section of the show floor, which is devoted to celebrating innovative, new-to-market technology products and services.
Giant Tiger has opened another store, this time in Anjou, QC.
Sonos Inc. officially filed for an initial public offering (IPO) on Friday, banking on growing popularity of its audio products, which range from wireless speakers to hubs and soundbars.
Commercial audio and security products company TOA Canada is relocating to a new, custom-built facility in west Mississauga, ON, about 30 minutes from downtown Toronto, to accommodate its business growth.