Facebook has started testing a new service dubbed "M."read more
This morning Apple confirmed that its next product announcement is September 9.read more
Montreal-based Busbud is moving into wearables.read more
In its four years of existence, OMERS Ventures, an arm of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS), has backed some of the most high-profile companies in the Canadian tech sector, including Shopify and Hootsuite.read more
It was while vacationing with his wife in Paris for their one-year anniversary that Adam Bacsalmasi realized he could not even last half a day without plugging in.read more
You may have heard that OMERS Ventures recently closed our second fund. We are proud to be working with our valued co-investors, BMO and Cisco Investments, to uncover the next Canadian technology success story.
The closing of the fund is a positive signal for Canada's tech sector, and shows the strong interest of private capital in partnering with innovative technology entrepreneurs.read more
This original series documents the stories of Canada's modern tech companies from inception to today.read more
Since the beginning of the consumer tech industry, there’s really only been one business model for hardware startups: build a product and hope people buy it.read more
Experts are concerned by a proposal put forward by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police that could make it easier for police to access Canadians’ online records without a warrant.read more
The Digital Alberta Awards showcase the best digital work from Alberta-based students and professionals.read more
Despite barriers like shipping logistics and a weak dollar, Canadians love e-commerce. But shopping locally still means visiting brick-and-mortar stores that often have very limited information online.
There's a large divide between the two experiences. But what if there wasn't?read more
Halifax's Proposify, cloudbased software that streamlines the proposal process, has grown from 30 customers to more than 1,000 in a year.read more
Ali Tajsekandar sold his first piece of software at age 11 to a school classmate.
“He didn’t have much money to give me,” Tajsekandar recounted. “He said, ‘I have a CD rom. How about that?’” They shook on the deal. No one is exactly sure what the eleven-year-old classmate needed with custom inventory software.read more