Wattpad reached a new milestone this week.
The online reading community saw its platform hit 100 million uploads of original content, the Canadian company announced. Users spend 11 billion minutes per month reading on Wattpad.read more
Facebook, with more than 1.2 billion active users, is the largest social network in the world.read more
This year's Super Bowl is over but its 70-plus ads will live on forever via YouTube.
Here's a standout ad for every quarter of the game.read more
Women now account for more than 30% of first-year students in University of Toronto Engineering programs—a record for the faculty and a number that surpasses all other Ontario universities.read more
Today at 2:00pm EST/11:00am PST, the second #StartupCAN Twitter conversation will take place.
Marcus Daniels, co-founder and CEO of HIGHLINE, will be participating in a live Q&A with entrepreneurs from all over Canada as the special guest for #StartupCAN.read more
It’s that time of the week when we look at what creative ideas Canadians are raising money to support.
Check out these Canadian crowdfunding picks-of-the-week:read more
GoPro made waves last week after landing a partnership with the National Hockey League.read more
What is the surest path to getting a secure and top paying job after university? Computer science. Unfortunately, enrollment in computer science programs at colleges and universities remains low, as very few high school students make the choice to enter the field.read more
Amazon is about to disrupt Hollywood. Again.
The Seattle-based company that sells almost everything under the sun kicked off its year with a massive triumph over the major Hollywood studios at the Golden Globes. Transparent, their first major foray into the world of series television, won two Golden Globes: one for Best Musical or Comedy TV Series and another for Jeffrey Tambor, Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy TV Series.read more
Sixty percent of the world’s population, that’s over four billion people, have yet to access the Internet. These other four billion live on $10 a day or less, and for many unfortunately, dramatically less.
Without access to the Internet, the majority of the developing world will struggle to go beyond living on $10 a day and creating a more sustainable and better life for them and their families. In turn, communities continue to struggle and this has wide reaching effect on GDP in the countries where they are.read more