Facebook, to put it lightly, is straight up killing it.
The social network was founded in 2004. It was an improbable story from the beginning—so much so that a book, and then a movie, was based on Mark Zuckerberg's founding of the company.read more
In the fight of the global cities, it is known that Toronto competes with Chicago and New York to be the center of the universe, Montreal ambitions to be like Paris and London as capital of culture and arts, and Vancouver races with San Francisco and Seattle to be a beacon of all things technology and green.read more
There are more than seven billion people on the planet right now, yet only 2.4 billion people with Internet access.read more
Yesterday, shooting incidents in Ottawa shook Canada. A War Memorial soldier was killed. It was the kind of news day that defines the journalistic integrity of organizations.read more
Hootsuite has refreshed the look of its dashboard's user interface following what it described as "interesting feedback."read more
If you're a software developer, which is the best university to attend? How about a marketer? Or a finance professional?read more
Distracted driving remains one of the leading causes of road deaths in Canada, according to the Ontario Provincial Police. However, the number of deaths has gone down.read more
Canadian consumers believe that technology will significantly change their lifestyle by 2025.read more
Yesterday Facebook Canada, along with Kids Help Phone and TSN personality Michael Landsberg, introduced Help A Friend in Need, a new resource that provides simple, practical tips to help youth ages 15-20 identify potential warning signs in online behavior that might indicate a friend is thinking of suicide.read more
Two big trends — virtual reality and workforce disruption — went head-to-head as entrepreneurs and startups voiced their opinion on which will have the biggest impact on the future of work.
Topics included the promising business applications of virtual reality, opportunities automation and AI may bring to SMBs and the rise of technological unemployment.read more
With 1.3 billion monthly active Facebook users, you wouldn’t think that a few privacy-conscious moms would have any impact on the social media giant.
But with one in three bloggers being a mom, according to Neilson, and the uproar over the latest Facebook Messenger app emerging from some of those very blogs, Facebook is feeling the push for greater privacy control from a key demographic.read more