Tag: Canadian Business

Reviewing the Fujitsu ScanSnap iX1600

By Ted Kritsonis

Fast document scanning gets another upgrade from Fujitsu in the form of the ScanSnap iX1600, a desktop model that improves upon an already stellar lineup.

Blue Light Blocking Glasses: Do They Work?

By Christine Persaud
Have you ever heard of blue light blocking glasses? A few months into virtual learning, a friend of mine sent me a link for a pair she bought for her two daughters and I was intrigued. But blue light blocking glasses aren’t just for kids: it’s big business for adults, too.

Microsoft Powers North America’s Largest Digital Tech Event

By Christine Persaud
CES attracts thousands of attendees every year, which meant finding a platform that could handle a large number of online visitors at once. The organisers also needed to find a way to translate the hustle and bustle of a show that is all about in-person connections and hands-on demos, lights, sounds, and ambiance, into something everyone could enjoy from their homes. Alone.

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Tech-Enabled Smart Labels Help Fight Food Waste

by Lee Rickwood
New smart labels for food, other consumer products, even industrial processes, can be connected wirelessly to sources of power and contextual information.

Remote Working Applications Drive Growth for Canadian Entrepreneurs

By Yasmin Ranade
Entrepreneurs are seeking digital solutions that help them to thrive as largely virtual businesses these days, and to eliminate barriers for international work. One such business is Prioris.ai, an Ottawa-based consulting firm and international AI-lab, which builds predictive models for the life science industry.