The war of the digital assistants is raging, with several female voices duking it out for consumer attention. Apple has Siri, Amazon has Alexa, Microsoft has Cortana, Google has its Assistant and soon, Samsung will have Bixby.
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The Sustainable Development Solutions Network has released its latest World Happiness Report, in celebration of World Happiness Day today. And a bit of feel-good news for our country: Canada ranks seventh overall.
There's an overwhelming amount of choice in terms of mobile phone cases. How do you select the right one?
Happy St. Patrick's Day! As you celebrate with a pint of Guinness and a group of good friends, consider brining these five green gadgets along.
We're all familiar with smart security cameras, thermostats, lighting and speakers. But there are so many other ways that you can make your home "smart," and many rooms you can place smart devices in.
The DX3 Canada trade show, targeting marketing, technology, and retail professionals, is underway in Toronto. In addition to the small show floor area, several keynotes, stage presentations, and seminars are taking place.
Vinyl sales have been on the rise, marking the resurgence of an analog form of media that wholly contradicts our digital society. But it isn't about nostalgia for many. And it isn't coming at the expense of digital.
Technological evolution is necessary. It has brought us everything from advances in medical science, to the Internet, streaming content, electric vehicles, and more. But sometimes, the ideas that tech companies have are, at least at first glance, pretty silly.
Sunrise Records Says Physical Music Media is Here to Stay, Plans to Occupy 70 Old HMV Canada Locations
Ironically following the announcement of HMV Canada's exit from the music retailing business, another music retailer has confirmed plans to take over many of the vacated locations. Sunrise Records says it plans to move into 70 of the former HMV Canada stores once they close.
It's no surprise that Bluetooth headphones, particularly earbuds, were in abundance at the 2017 CES. When we spoke with NPD Canada's Director of Consumer Electronics Mark Haar back in April 2016, he noted that wireless headphones represented close to half of the total growth of the headphones category in 2015.
The fitness activity tracker business is becoming flooded with choice, and we may be reaching a pivotal point where only the strong will survive. And, according to TechCrunch, Jawbone may be opting out of the consumer space to focus instead on devices for the health care industry.