Rami Alhamad, a mechatronics engineering graduate from the University of Waterloo, has always been an amateur weight lifter. He enjoyed lifting weights at short distances until he experienced what many athletes can relate to—he injured himself.read more
Rogers posted a 17% drop in quarterly profit this week.read more
There are over 3,500 tech and digital entertainment and interactive jobs opening up over the next six months and the rate at which our companies are hiring is increasing.read more
Netflix was responsible for the streaming of 10 billion hours of digital content during the first three months of this year.read more
Distraction destroys productivity. But instead of being mitigated by modern office solutions, today's workers are more distracted and less focused than ever before.read more
Carol Leaman, president and CEO of Axonify, recently shared some of the key lessons she’s learned throughout her career as a serial entrepreneur as part of Entrepreneurship 101’s Lived It Lecture series.
Carol’s journey began when she was 17 years old and was asked what she wanted to be when she grew up. Her answer? “The CEO of my own company.”read more
SnipSnap, a division of Toronto's Slyce, recently announced an exclusive partnership with proximity marketing company Signal360.read more
Camp Tech is expanding its successful training workshops in the nation’s capital this spring.
With more than 100 workshops now running in Toronto per year since its launch in 2012, Camp Tech is becoming a go-to source for web and technology training.read more
For six years metabridge has brought together top technology startups in Canada with the bright minds from Silicon Valley for a VIP event in Kelowna.read more
Friends, family and startup enthusiasts came to QuickTapSurvey’s new office last week to celebrate their website re-launch and rebranding.read more
A few weeks ago, Amazon announced that it will offer consumers an unlimited cloud storage plan for less than $60 per year.read more
A $750 million class action lawsuit has been filed against Bell, seeking damages for alleged breaches of privacy.
The privacy breaches are alleged to have been committed as part of the Bell’s controversial Relevant Ads Program, which saw the company gather data about its customers in order to sell it to advertisers.read more