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Google puts A.I. and machine learning at centre of massive product release

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Google is making it clear that it isn’t simply competing in the mobile market, with incremental handset improvements, specs and features. The company is taking the longer view, it sees Artificial Intelligence, or A.I., as the future and it is in the best position to put that future in people’s hands.

Disruptive Technologies: How Brands Will Use Them

By Yasmin Ranade
In my recent interview with Mary Ann Yule, President, HP Canada, Ms. Yule spoke about the three disruptive technologies that will satisfy Canadian consumers who seek highly personalized customer interaction.

TV Buying Guide: tips on how to buy the one you want

By Ted Kritsonis

Buying a TV can be equally exciting and frustrating, mainly because you like that you’re getting something new, but unsure which one you should actually go with. It’s a familiar pattern, especially with the confusing array of choices and features hurled at you as a consumer. We wade through the noise and offer some helpful advice on how to buy the TV you’re actually looking for.

An inside look at Motorola’s HQ

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla We were treated to an unusual product launch by Motorola executives at their Merchandise Mart HQ in downtown Chicago where we learned the stories and processes behind their latest products.

Get the full scoop in person on 4K HD and OLED TVs at TAVES

Text and photos by Ted Kritsonis

Be prepared because you will be hearing a lot about 4K and OLED TVs this holiday season and in the coming years. In what can be considered a confusing world around the next big thing in TV, TAVES (Toronto Audio Video Entertainment Show) will look to not only showcase the latest technologies, but also demystify them as well.

Indigo looks to take on Amazon with new mobile app

By Ted Kritsonis

Indigo has released a free mobile app for iOS and Android today that aims to help draw in more customers, as a means to fighting off the increasing competition by Amazon. The app has been designed to “simplify the shopping experience” by incorporating browsing, ordering, gifting and sales prices into it.