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LCBO offers online liquor sale and delivery service

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) announced that it is launching an online e-commerce website where people can purchase nearly 5,000 products and have them shipped to their home or a local LCBO store as part of their commitment to evolve the business and modernize its operations.

In the age of the Uber ride sharing service and Foodora which delivers food from various restaurants to homes and offices, the LCBO is making it easier for Ontarians to order their favourite wines, beers and spirits and have these delivered to their doorstep or at a nearby LCBO location. This move follows in the footsteps of what companies like Amazon have pioneered, giving consumers a wider range of choice and convenience than having to go to crowded LCBO retail outlets.

Moreover, 800 of the products will only be available online from Delivery through Canada Post will cost $12 per order plus tax, while a $50 minimum applies to online orders shipped to specific LCBO stores. LCBO says they, together with Canada Post,  will ensure that online orders are only handled by and delivered to adults of legal drinking age. 

Source: LCBO via CBC


How to access online casinos on your smartphone

Photo by Cheon Fong Liew on flickrOnline casinos are rapidly overtaking their land-based counterparts in popularity. There are a plethora of reasons for this, but one of the main ones is the simplicity of it and the fact it is so user friendly. In the online world everything is laid out right in front of you and you can get to it with a few easy clicks of the mouse. A lot of online casinos can be accessed from you smartphone or tablet as well.

For people who like playing casino games, but don’t have much free time or are on the move a lot, online casinos for smartphones are ideal. A lot of online casino sites now have apps for smartphones or tablets that allow players to play their favourite games anytime, anywhere. It is quick and easy to set up, and you can start playing today.

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Moto 360 no longer available for sale online, hints at new model coming

There have been many hints and leaks at a new line of Moto 360-type smartwatch from Motorola. The US company online store for Moto 360 is still up, but upon clicking on the option to 'Build Yours," the page leads to a support page. This means that Motorola has managed to clear stock of the round Android Wear device (which has been heavily discounted in the previous months) and is now priming to reveal the latest models and replacements.

What we've heard is that the new Moto 360 is still round, it will come in two-sizes, have a smaller overall size and improved functionality while offering a much easier way to replace straps and accessories. 


OnePlus 2 makes appearance on video a day before launch

Maverick smartphone maker OnePlus is getting ready to launch its super-hyped follow-up to the popular but all too scarce OnePlus One tomorrow. The video above from Eason Qin (YouTube) shows the rather familiar look and feel of the OnePlus One but wait! Is that a home button below? Looks like it. This confirms the additions of a fingerprint reader for mobile payments and improved access control which will be one of the OnePlus two's highlighted features (the others being VR feature, a Snapdragon 810 processor plus a USB Type-C connector.

Anyone who wants to follow along in the proceedings tomorrow, or reserve a OnePlus 2 smarphone, needs to do so using an app which promises a VR version of the event (with or without a Google Cardboard rig). 

Source: Eason Qin