In 2014, Canadians loved watching music videos about female bodies, clips from late night talk show hosts, and touching advertisements.read more
Ever wanted to have lunch with Ryan Holmes, the founder and chief executive officer of Hootsuite?read more
Kevin Crull of Bell Media this week introduced Canada to CraveTV, the company’s new subscription on-demand video streaming service.read more
Pinterest continues to perform well in the Canadian market and men here are warming up to the historically female-oriented social network.read more
Today Starbucks launched Mobile Order & Pay in Portland and announced that they expect to introduce this feature across the US beginning in 2015.
Considering there are now more Starbucks per capita in Canada than any other country in the world, it's just a matter of time until this service is available north of the border.read more
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Netflix gift cards are now available from retailers across Canada, including Best Buy, Walmart, and 7-Eleven.
To celebrate, Techvibes teamed with Netflix to offer our readers a year's worth of streaming services for free.read more
Wearables are the not new thing and whether you think they're just the fad or here to stay, at least someone on your list is going to be asking Santa for one.
Below, we list some of our favouriten wearables to consider for gifts this season, including some patriotic options.read more
Bochure-style marketing and traditional advertising may soon be a thing of the past in the educational sector after a student marketing campaign has been brought to life by Royal Roads University.read more
Nearly 100 per cent of Canadian professionals and skilled individuals are on at least one social media network and more than half use them as tools to hunt for employment—yet just 23 per cent of employers say they use social media to find talent.read more