Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton is the managing editor of Techvibes.

Based in Vancouver, Knowlton has been published in national publications and has also appeared on television and radio.

Previously he was an editor for New Westminster weekly The Other Press and served on its board of directors.

When not working, Knowlton enjoys playing tennis, hiking, and exploring weird side streets.

Twitter:
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Articles by Knowlton Thomas

Canadian Government Announces New Spectrum Rules to Create Competition in Wireless Market
Konrad Group Acquires BrainStation: What's Next for Coding Academies in Canada?
In 'Scummy' Move, Shaw Makes Internet More Expensive, Much Slower
The Five Biggest Rounds Raised by Canadian Tech Companies in 2014
How the Modest Pebble Stacks Up in a World of Smarter Watches
Nominations Open for the 2014 Canadian Startup Awards
Canada to Samsung, Google, BlackBerry: Better Privacy Control Needed for Mobile Apps
Five Companies Make Utest's Third Cohort
Justin Bieber Still the King of Twitter
Canadian Entrepreneur Named 'Billionaire-to-Be' with Net Worth of $650 Million and Growing
CenturyLink Acquires Edmonton's DataGardens
Wearable Tech Reaches Healthcare Sector to Prevent Spread of Illnesses in Hospitals
The Music Canadians Listened to Most in 2014: Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris, Vance Joy
$17 Billion: The Annual Cost of Data Loss and Downtime in Canada
Canadians Love Buying Bestsellers – But Rarely Finish Them
Win Free Netflix for a Year!
BlueDot Raises Series A Round to Track Global Spread of Infectious Diseases
The Wearable Tech Canadians Want Under Their Tree This Christmas
Following Rebrand, Trulioo Challenges Students Decorate Its New Gastown Office
Shopify's Tobias Lutke Crowned CEO of 2014
University Leverages Google Glass, GoPro as Part of New Tech-Minded Recruitment Strategy
Uber Planning $1 Billion Funding Round at $40 Billion Valuation Ahead of Vancouver Launch
Government of Canada Joins Twitter
Slack Lets Bosses Read Employees' Private Messages to Boost Enterprise Customer Appeal
BlackBerry Offering $600 for Apple Users to Buy Passport
Stewart Butterfield on Slack: Founder Calls His Own App Terrible
Coding School Bitmaker Labs Lands 'Substantial' Investment Led by Russell Square Partners
Golden Venture Partners Launches $40 Million Startup Investment Fund to Hunt Unicorns
Toronto Says Uber Poses 'Serious Risk to Public,' Asks Court to Ban All Operations in City
Intel Launches Program to Educate Canadian Children on Safe Internet Usage
Blockstream Raises Large Seed Round to Advance Cryptocurrency
Is It Possible to Change the Amount of Information Our Brains Can Store?
50 of Today's Most Innovative and Fastest-Growing Technology Companies in Canada
BlackBerry Shares Hit 17-Month High Thanks to Samsung Partnership
John Chen Travels to China to Meet with Lenovo, Which Has History of Wanting to Acquire BlackBerry
Canadians Will Now See Ads on Instagram
Canadians Spending up to Four Hours per Day on Internet, Sometimes Entirely on Mobile
Confident John Chen Says BlackBerry 'Will Survive,' Approaching Profitability
Canadian VC Firm Leads $25 Million Round in US-Based 'Airbnb for Dogs'
Execution Labs Raises $6 Million to Power Growth of Independent Game Studios
BlackBerry Once Again the Lone Canadian to Make List of World's Most Innovative Companies
Tinder Gaff Costs Two Junior Hockey Players Significant Suspensions
Uber Starts Petition So It Can Re-Launch in Vancouver Without Getting Immediately Destroyed
Canadians Still Constantly Complaining About Erroneous Wireless Billing, Report Confirms
Clearwater Clinical Raises $2 Million Round Led by BDC Capital's Healthcare Fund
Government Approves Wind Mobile Buyout as Push for Fourth National Wireless Carrier Continues
Trialfire Exits Beta, Wants Marketers to Succeed Without Relying on Developers
LinkedIn Now Has 10 Million Members in Canada
Everyone Already Knew Tim Cook Was Gay. That Doesn't Make His Coming Out Any Less Significant
Could Slack Sneak Past Hootsuite and Shopify in Race to Billion-Dollar Valuation?
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