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.


Articles by Knowlton Thomas

Techvibes is Hiring a Toronto Correspondent
CRTC Supports Net Neutrality in Landmark Decision Against Bell Mobility
Announcing the Winners of the 2014 Canadian Startup Awards
Netflix Canada Has Less Content Than in US, Yes – But It's Better Quality
America's Most Promising Company Started by Canadian
Net Neutrality: John Chen Believes Developers Should Be Forced to Build Their Apps for BlackBerry
BC Has Least Red Tape in Canada, Report Finds
Google Acquihires Granata Decision Systems
Taking Business Mobility Seriously, HP Starts Carving Niches with Industry-Specific Tablets
Wind Mobile Launches Aggressive Promo to Siphon Mobilicity Customers
Students Not Happy with Government Expecting Them to Work for Free, Launch #MyTimeHasValue
Samsung Wants to Buy BlackBerry for $7.5 Billion; Shares Soar
Past and Future Collide in Motor City at This Year's North American International Auto Show
Canadian App Named Best Mobile App at CES
On the Relentless Permeation of Technology and the Lines It Continues to Blur
Sia Apologizes After Army of Absurd Prudes Fabricate Sexuality in Artistic Music Video
Nearly Two Years In, Can We Call Canada's Startup Visa Program a Failure?
Apple to Raise App Prices in Canada Tomorrow
Canadian Companies Make Strong Showing at International CES
As Usual, Gyms See Mass Influx of People Pretending to Get Fit in January, Exodus by February
Seven Interesting Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Canadian Entrepreneur Stewart Butterfield
CES So Far: Smarter Homes, a More Quantified Self, and Many, Many TVs
Customers 'Shocked' by Shaw Hiking Internet Prices
Netflix Believes There's a Misconception About Internet Fast Lanes
How Any Canadian Can Start Watching Content from US Netflix in a Matter of Minutes: 2015 Edition
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
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
Nominations Open for the 2014 Canadian Startup Awards
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
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