Hewlett-Packard Canada Co. has announced three new ink-jet all-in-one printer/ scanner/ copier devices aimed at the home market, all slated for mid-September shipment.
Today, at a press conference in the heart of Toronto's entertainment district, Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications formally announced a new video-streaming service. Shomi will become available in the first week of November for $8.99 per month.
It's official. Coffee klatches across Canada will have something to chew on this morning.
Tim Hortons and Burger King are indeed merging. Early today, both companies confirmed yesterday's WFHF report.
It's no secret that Rogers, and other traditional TV providers, have been dreaming up ways to combat the likes of Netflix. And now, it seems Rogers, in conjunction with Shaw, have come up with a way: a new streaming service called shomi.
This year's Emmys celebration showed just how much the TV landscape is changing. Aside from the majority of wins going to shows that run on pay channels, streaming service Netflix managed to snag 31 nominations for its original series.