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BlackBerry building hype over its Mercury smartphone

BlackBerry building hype over its Mercury smartphone

BlackBerry, Canadian manufacturer which is struggling to regain its lost share in the highly competitive smartphone market, is apparently building up the hype over its upcoming flagship device dubbed Mercury.

Although Mercury has already made an appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, but details about its specs and features remain quite elusive.

Canadian Auto Sales for Detroit Three and Japan’s top Three Auto Makers Rise 7.4 Percent in June

Canadian Auto Sales for Detroit Three and Japan’s top Three Auto Makers Rise 7.4

For June 2016, the big three automakers of Detroit, Ford, GM and Fiat Chrysler as well as the largest auto makers of Japan, Nissan, Toyota and Hoda posted higher Canadian sales on an annual basis. It gain is credited to the increasing demand for light trucks and along with boosted sales figures and one extra selling day in the month.

June sales across the auto industry touched new records in June, gaining 7.4 percent to 191,088 on an annual basis.

CanadianAlaradi leaves UAE following release after two years

CanadianAlaradi leaves UAE following release after two years

Salim Alaradi, a Canadian Libyan has left the United Arab Emirates after being detained for two years in the country.

His family was delighted after he safely left the country after two years of being in prison in the UAE. His family said that it was a great news and posted a video of him sitting on a flight leaving Dubai on Thursday.

UAE releases Libyan-Canadian man acquitted of aiding militants

UAE releases Libyan-Canadian man acquitted of aiding militants

A Canadian national of Libyan origin has been released from a prison in Abu Dhabiaftera period of two years.

The man named, Salim Alaradiwas acquitted of aiding militants and accused of providing supplies to groups in a foreign country without permission of the U. A. E. government and also collecting donations without the government's permission in the country. The man as well as two Libyan-American businessmen, Kamal Eldarat and his son Mohamed were charged with acquitted of aiding militants but were clared by the by a UAE security court on Monday.

Canadian wildfire threatens oil sector

Canadian wildfire threatens oil sector

The blazing and devastating wildfire that has already forced thousands out of their homes in towns and communities in the state of Alberta in Canada, is not having an impact on the oil industry.

Mitel’s Acquisition of Polycom More than Just a Deal

Mitel’s Acquisition of Polycom More than Just a Deal

On Friday, Ottawa, Canada based Mitel, that helps businesses and mobile carriers connect, announced that it is buying Polycom.

Mitel's acquisition deal for Polycom is a combination of shares and cash at a twenty two percent premium to the "pre-hyped" value of San Jose, California based Polycom.

For 2015, International Air Transport Association Reports Great Reduction in Numbers of Fatal Airline Accidents

For 2015, International Air Transport Association Reports Great Reduction in Num

The International Air Transport Association or IATA released its safety performance data on Monday for the commercial airline industry for 2015. The numbers reflected a big jump down in airline accidents compared to the previous year.

According to IATA's official website, four accidental air crashes led to136 deaths in 2015, compared to 641 deaths in the previous year. Crashes of Germanwings 9525 and Metrojet 9268 were not counted in the total fatalities of the year as the incidents were considered as deliberate acts of illegal intervention.

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