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Byron Thom: Finding Roots in Vancouver’s Collaborative Tech Scene

Engineering student turned lawyer Byron Thom was working at a big Toronto law firm when an entrepreneur from Vancouver called. Word had gotten out about Byron’s experience in technology and law, and friends and referrals were regularly calling about new and growing ventures.

Entrepreneur Pook-Ping Yao, wanted advice on his start-up. After hearing what Byron had to say, he quickly asked him to join his company.

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Four Canadian Startups Creating the Future of Fitness

As obesity rates reach all-time highs, a new culture of health and fitness is emerging to rally against sedentary lifestyles.

Fuelled by new technology and the rise of the "quantified self," the future of fitness combines apps and analytics with good old-fashioned iron pumping to deliver optimal workouts and the motivation necessary to pull them off.

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Don't Expect Google's New Wireless Service to Come to Canada

Google says it's launching a new cellular service in the United States.

The increasingly diversified internet giant has been making moves into the wireless space for a some time. Those have mostly been on the hardware and software side: developing the Android operating system, releasing phones and incorporating calling and messaging features into its Voice and Hangouts services.

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