BlackBerry is selling the vast majority of its real estate holdings in Waterloo. It's also laying off thousands of workers at its Waterloo headquarters. But the City of Waterloo is as committed to the Canadian smartphone maker as ever.read more
Have you bought the new Galaxy S5 from Samsung yet? The S5, released worldwide on April 12 from South Korean manufacturer Samsung, has been on the receiving end of some fantastic reviews online. From all accounts, it appears that the most popular line of phones in the Android world is well on its way to becoming another hit in the sales department.read more
Are your company’s digital practices exposing you to information criminals?read more
Credit card transactions fees are a significant expense for merchants, especially when it comes to rewards cards.
But the PayWith app, made by Vancouver-based PayWith Worldwide, could be the solution.read more
It’s no secret that Canadian cell phone users pay some of the highest rates in the world. And competition is getting thiner, new entrant Public Mobile was snapped up by Telus—who promptly raised prices.
Meanwhile, other new entrants such as Wind Mobile and Mobilicity haven’t expanded their coverage areas in years and have been unable to raise necessary capital to bid in recent spectrum auctions.read more
IBM this week announced it is collaborating with Ocean Networks Canada on a three-year, multi-million dollar project to equip British Columbia with a monitoring and prediction system to respond to off-shore accidents, tsunamis and other natural disasters.read more
BlackBerry today announced it has acquired a minority stake in privately held health care IT firm NantHealth, which is based in California.read more
Vancouver-based coding bootcamp Lighthouse Labs announced the launch of a new course, an eight-week iOS bootcamp that claims to be the first of its kind in Canada when it commences in July.read more
The world's most valuable technology company says its "key web-based services" were not affected by Heartbleed, the bug that's taken the internet by storm and forced the Canada Revenue Agency to halt online tax filing.read more