Sony Pictures Entertainment has been granted the exclusive worldwide distribution rights to the first Angry Birds animated movie. The film, which will be in 3D, is being developed, produced and financed by the franchise's creators, Rovio Entertainment.
Trevor Thomas, a veteran of 25 years in Canadian CE retailing, has bought Muskoka Audio Video and returned it to the Audio Video Unlimited group.
Rogers Communications Inc. has confirmed the availability of BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (version 10.1) for enterprise customers.
Nikon Canada Inc. has announced a new short telephoto lens for its Nikon 1 system of mirrorless cameras. The 1 Nikkor 32mm f/1.2 lens provides the same field-of-view as an 86mm lens on a 35mm film SLR. That focal length and the lens' wide maximum aperture make it ideal for portraiture and available-light photography, Nikon Canada notes.
Streaming music service Rdio, and song discovery app Shazam, have partnered up to allow users to listen to a full song once it has been Shazamed.
While the LCBO isn't a retailer that would typically be covered by Marketnews, the organization could go on strike by Friday, and that should be of a concern to many of us. Disagree? Take a look around at CE industry events and tell me that our cohorts don't like the odd adult beverage.
Home appliance and consumer electronics company, Haier America, has appointed Rian Cain Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Home Appliances and Home Comfort.
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