Ontario Local Business
Local business in Ontario (Ontario, CA)
Monday | via CRN
On the heels of the Microsoft's Windows 10 launch last week, partners are expressing high hopes that the upgraded operating system will propel Microsoft's mobility efforts, particularly around Windows Phone. The Redmond, Wash.-based company's launch event last Wednesday revealed several features aimed at transitioning the traditional Windows operating system from its natural PC environment to various mobile devices such as tablets and phones. Comment?
Monday | via Business Wire
Gearing Up for the Ultimate Big Game TV Experience? Expect Even More Value and Performance in Home Theater Gear This Year )--Ultra HD TV is four times sharper than HDTV and it will upscale your Big Game picture, making it sharper, clearer and dramatically better than an HDTV -- and the best ... )--Echelon expanded its multiprotocol IzoTa platform for the IIoT to include new Wi-Fi control modules and integrated support for BACnet/MS-TP. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 20 | via The London Free Press
Ontario's biggest private home-care agency has swallowed a rival giant to become dominant in the London region and the biggest in Canada. Extendicare, which operates a home health-care division called ParaMed Home Health Care, will buy Revera Home Health for $83 million in a deal the two companies hope will get regulatory approval this spring. Comment?
Friday Jan 16 | via CRN
Google's recent strides to give app developers a leg up by creating a flexible app ecosystem is finally paying off, according to a recent report. According to appFigures , Android's Google Play store included 1.43 million apps for its various devices at the end of 2014, shooting past the Apple App Store's total of 1.21 million. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 14 | via GlobeSt.com
Demand for distribution buildings continues to outpace new supply due to increased port activity and ongoing consumer confidence, says Illsley. Be sure to sign up for our upcoming RealShare Inland Empire conference in Ontario on January 29th. Comment?
Monday Jan 12 | via Bloomberg
Linamar Corp. , the Canadian autoparts maker, will invest C$507 million to develop a new line of transmissions, adding 1,200 jobs in Ontario. The Canadian government will fund about 10 percent of the project, as will the Ontario government, according to statements today. Comment?
Monday Jan 12 | via Sys-Con Media
Up to 1,200 new jobs will be created in Ontario's auto sector thanks to an investment by the Government of Canada. The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport and Member of Parliament for Halton, today announced a $50.7-million investment in Linamar Corporation to produce the next generation of automotive transmissions. 1 comment
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