Robert Janelle

Robert Janelle is a freelance technology journalist living in the National Capital Region. He's spent time covering the Ottawa start-up scene as a columnist and feature writer with his work in National Capital Scan, The Ottawa Citizen, The Ottawa Sun, Kingston Whig-Standard and The Escapist.

He also suffers from a mild addiction to video games.

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Articles by Robert Janelle

The world-wide Open Data Hackfest
TransGaming licenses 3D technology to Adobe Flash platform
Ottawa firm brings an alternative to Google AdWords
Students and Startups and Zeebu Mobile
Ottawa looks to bring more Swedish tech to the city in wake of Ericsson profits
Collaborative research project harnesses more power from the sun
100 Gigabit network connects researchers even faster
GTEC 2010: Why aren't wireless routers secured by default?
Start-up lessons from serial entrepreneur Mark Ruddock
GTEC 2010: Social media inside and outside the organization
GTEC 2010: A secure social network for the G20
GTEC 2010: David Eaves on Open Data: 'Just Do It!'
GTEC 2010: Are librarians soon to be out of a job or just changing roles?
GTEC 2010: 'Major wave of systems renewal' coming to Government of Canada IT infrastructure
City of Ottawa officially announces Apps4Ottawa contest
Ottawa Startup Drinks tomorrow night
More Canadians shopping online, but spending less: StatsCan
Mercury Grove launches WebCollaboration.com for web collaboration
Carleton University presents: Raising Venture Capital for Start-Ups October 5th
Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation gets $240,000 grant
Network Hippo cutting business features to focus on personal contact management
PEI video game incubator puts out two games
University of Ottawa opens state-of-the-art teleconference room
Arcade Fire and Google create interactive and personalized music video
City of Ottawa to launch app competition in September
IdeaVibes crowdsourcing engine officially launched
Want to get in on app development? There's a computer science program for that!
Lots of telecom complaints in Canada, but who you gonna call?
NDP critisizes Google-Verizon deal
Winnipeg gaming incubator shutting down
Montreal's Penté Group gets a new president
Google Waves goodbye to Google Wave
Social media monitoring app SWIX adds CSV export
uOttawa law professor receives IP3 award
University of Ottawa Press puts books online for free as part of open access program
OpenMedia.ca calls for government action against Rogers' lower bandwidth caps
CRTC launches new consultation on basic services
Adobe hosts Ottawa Mobile Developer Day August 28th
Ottawa's open data app collection growing
Made-in-Canada Advanced Ballistics Analysis System deployed in Mexico
Magmic Games brings Rubik’s Cube to touchscreens
More business expected between Ottawa and Cambridge, U.K. wireless sectors
SWIX leaves beta, launches officially
Carleton University piloting cellphone parking payment system
DoGood HQ puts out video
Evizone launches new e-mail security and privacy tool
Michael Geist assesses Canada's new copyright Bill C-32
New copyright bill introduced by Conservatives
Should Canadian start-ups consider moving to Silicon Valley?
How the mobile web could change the world economy
Robert Janelle