Liam Britten

Liam Britten is a writer and editor with a journalism background operating out of Vancouver. In addition to his work at Techvibes, he has been published in student publications across Canada, as well as local newspapers such as The MapleRidge-Pitt Meadows TIMES and The Langley Advance.

An aficionado for the finer things in life — such as video games and sports — Liam is plugged into the tech world as only a true geek can be. Heck, before he started writing, a career in computer networking seemed to be the in the cards. But then again, if that happened, you wouldn’t get to read all these lovely articles on Techvibes, would you?


Articles by Liam Britten

GameString helps mobile developers achieve cross-platform success
Hosting companies getting better equipped to fight spam
Vancouver's AXYS Technologies makes offshore wind power more viable
Marketing Optimization Summit in Toronto still has early bird tickets
Early bird registration for Canada 3.0 ends tomorrow
When it comes to reading online, don't forget your vegetables
Battle of the band websites: Bandzoogle acquires Sayvee
Online news the only source of growth in journalism
Netflix looking to start producing original, exclusive content: report
Kick around some great new ideas at ideakickVANCOUVER
High price of software, media in developing nations makes piracy a breeze for Canadians
Tech Pulse provides coverage of Kitchener-Waterloo's most innovative companies
An open letter to WP7 app developers seeking inspiration
MKubed releases complete set of marketing tools for SMBs
Don't miss the chance to brush up on your intellectual property know-how
WP7 developers offering more content with more variety
This is what a Canadian angel investor looks like
Next instalment of Sprout Up Toronto coming up on March 30th
Ottawa's FaveQuest lets festivals manage every facet of social media experience
Learn new ways of pitching to improve your startup's fortunes
How should your company tackle distribution?
What a week for StumbleUpon: $17m in series B funding and a new revenue stream
Radio goes video with Brightcove
Twestival Toronto offers networking and fun for a purpose
Telus donates $100,000 to Japanese earthquake relief, makes donating easy for customers
Vonage offering free calls to Japan in light of massive earthquake
Jostle gives Medicine Hat employees the big picture
IBM consultants to work with City of Edmonton staff for a better city
Mesh11 set for late May at the Allstream Centre, Toronto
Good times, valuable experiences to be had at the International Startup Festival in Montreal
Drop and give me 20: put your startup through boot camp this spring
Facebook becomes video rental outlet in U.S.
CRTC fails consumers once again by allowing Bell to purchase CTV
Looking for success in Silicon Valley? Enter the CIX Canadian Technology Accelerator contest
Colba.Net offering IPTV in Montreal; could its Netflix integration threaten big telecom?
XX Evening all about networking and learning with women in science and technology
JetStreamHD lets you stream your media to your iPad
Umanity launch party goes down on Wednesday
Kik's big day: $8 Million in funding, new directors, new features for mobile app
18 companies will be exhibiting their innovations at Solutions Showcase
Two promising startups will strut their stuff at Toronto Tech Meetup on Wednesday
Barrett Xplore brings rural broadband Internet to B.C.
Facebook a factor in 20% of American divorces: study
T4G employees showing off their innovations to become The Ultimate Geek
$60,000 in prizes go out to three companies at BCIC-New Ventures Competition: Regional Awards Ceremony
$15k up for grabs in Microsoft’s Code Your Art Out Competition, Open Now
Happy 7th birthday and 2 Millionth customer, FreshBooks
Lots of buzz surrounding Year One Labs investment Localmind
W. Brett Wilson, class, leave CBC's Dragons' Den
Amihod Brothers' customer service solution attracts funding from Year One Labs
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