Montreal's GuestDriven, a hospitality mobile solution provider, today launched Mobile Check-In and Upgrades through its new GuestDriven Express mobile web service.read more
In case you weren’t aware, the York Region—nestled just north of Toronto—is home to thousands of technology companies, both big and small.
Less is known about the region’s hotbed of gaming talent, with more than two dozen companies including developers of mobile, console, computer, and social games.read more
Thalmic Labs, the technology company behind the Myo armband, is working with DJ Armin Van Buuren and his production company, Haute Technique, to bring touch-free gesture and motion control to live performances.read more
While plenty is said in Vancouver about people leaving corporate tech jobs for entrepreneurial ventures, a much less discussed option is intrapreneurship.read more
What do you do when your idea for a private social network where parents can share photos of their children with close friends in a more closed environment than Facebook doesn’t attract enough consumers?read more
“The world is drowning in imagery,” says Shashi Kant.read more
Only a few years after the subprime crisis aftermath that brought the world to its knees, consumer financing is back.read more
They were also the first successful applicants in the country under the program using the sponsorship of a venture capital fund, New Brunswick Innovation Fund.read more
The Quebec government is taking on the role of a venture capital firm with a new investment in a Montreal video game studio.read more
Because the Canadian coding school or “bootcamp” sector is still in its infancy, it’s tough to decipher which programs will ultimately lead to the best education and employment chances. Since there’s no real or leading watchdog in Canada to challenge success or failure rates, it makes the decision even tougher.
Here’s five Canadian coding bootcamps worth learning a bit more about.read more