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MicroAge opens in Kitchener, will serve growing, Waterloo, Cambridge Ontario regions

MicroAge has announced the opening of a Kitchener office. MicroAge Kitchener will gain access to national marketing initiatives, vendor relationships and certifications, in addition to...

What you need to know about Apple iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, and Apple Watch Series 4

Apple's September hardware event was heavy on iPhones and watches, and light on everything else. There were no Macs to be seen, and only...

Hashtag Trending – Apple’s next iPhone event; Huawei dropped from benchmarking tool; 58% of tech employees are faking it

Apple is scheduled to reveal its next iPhone on Sept. 12. Huawei has been dropped from benchmarking tool 3DMark after it was caught cheating...

Hashtag Trending – EU approves Apple/Shazam deal; alleged Sony hacker charged; Did IBM spy on New Yorkers?

The European Union has approved Apple’s bid to buy music identification service Shazam. An alleged participant in the 2014 Sony hack has been charged...

Exploring Manulife’s Alexa Skill

Amazon's Alexa has been making waves, especially with all of the new skills that are now available. In our latest Speak Up! video we take...

Hashtag Trending – Users deleting Facebook app; Twitter and Facebook testify before U.S. congress; 2,000 Slack groups

One quarter of Facebook users are deleting the app, Twitter and Facebook testify in front of U.S. congress and, a full list of over...

BlackBerry Key2 gets a new look at IFA with ‘LE’ model

BlackBerry Mobile licensing partner TCL Communication revealed a new version of its BlackBerry Key2 smartphone that's more colourful and less expensive, but with some performance...

Hashtag Trending – Amazon hits $1 trillion; Mercedes-Benz takes on Tesla; Canadian university creates roll-up tablet

Amazon hits the $1 trillion mark, Mercedes-Benz reveals its first all-electric car and Queen’s University creates a roll-up tablet. It’s all the tech news that’s...

Turbonomic extends AI-powered workload automation to Kubernetes-as-a-Service offerings

Turbonomic is expanding its kubernetes-as-a-service (KaaS) offerings by adding AI-automation support for container technologies belonging to Microsoft, Amazon, Google and Pivotal, the workload automation...

2 Truths + 1 Lie with SOTI’s Carl Rodrigues

Carl Rodrigues, CEO of SOTI, tells us two truths and one lie. Play along and see how you do! SOTI is a technology company that...

Intel announces new 8th-Gen Core processors at IFA

The new U series (nicknamed Whiskey Lake) and the new Y-series (nicknamed Amber Lake) will be available in devices as early as September.

Travel tech for the busy exec

Remember when getting there was half the fun? Me neither. Business travel can be extremely tedious, and very annoying. But with the right tech,...

Hashtag Trending – Australia bans Huawei and ZTE tech from its 5G network; IBM patents coffee-delivery drone

Facebook bans another app by Cambridge Analytica for improperly sharing information. Australia has banned Chinese telecoms Huawei and ZTE from contributing equipment to its...

Hashtag Trending- Facebook removes misinformation accounts; AI cooling Google data centres; Netflix cutting out Apple fees

Facebook removes hundreds of misleading accounts, Google is using AI to cool its data centres and Netflix hopes to take a bite out of...

Hashtag Trending- U.S. states ask courts to reinstate net neutrality; Apple may update Air and Mini; Huawei fakes ad photos

U.S. states are asking the courts to reinstate net neutrality rules, Apple may be updating MacBook Air and Mini, and Huawei gets caught faking photos.

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