Ellen Pao, a former junior partner at Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers, this year sued the Silicon Valley venture capital giant for gender discrimination. She lost spectacularly on all four of the suit's counts last week. A woman suing Silicon Valley for gender discrimination sounds like a great movement for equality,...read more
TomTom (TOM2) today released its 5th annual Traffic Index, the most accurate barometer of traffic congestion in over 200 cities...read more
Rajen Ruparell, the Calgary-born entrepreneur best known for founding Citydeal in Europe, which was later bought by Groupon, is already...read more
A solution to the parking nightmares in major cities across Canada may have emerged in Toronto to make finding and listing monthly parking simple.read more
Canadian robotics firm Clearpath worked with visual technologies company Christie to create a three-dimensional videogame based around robots.read more
BrainStation and Communitech have announced a unique partnership around digital education in Canada.
BrainStation Waterloo will operate and educate out of Communitech's industry leading innovation hub, and integrate its offerings and courses into the vibrant community therein.read more
Microsoft has launched the third generation of its Surface tablet.read more
The Globe and Mail's news app will be one of the first apps available on Apple Watch.
Apple Watch owners will be able to get news alerts and headlines from on their wrist.read more
Amazon is testing its drone delivery service in Canada, reports The Guardian.read more
Today, Rogers Communications announced that we're teaming up with Spotify to bring the world's most innovative music streaming service to Fido customers' smartphones and tablets.
This exclusive agreement will give Fido customers a free 24-month subscription to Spotify Premium, so you can stream to your heart's content. Plug in and escape, anytime, anywhere, and listen to anything you're into.read more
BlackBerry has been non-existent in the US consumer market for a few years now, but has still fared quite well in Canada even during its troubled times, showing a great deal of patriotism among Canadians. However, times are changing.read more
So, who does everyone want to work for?
The same companies as always, basically.read more
Credit Suisse is the latest financial firm to suggest BlackBerry would benefit from breaking into multiple companies.read more