One in three Canadian kids read racist or sexist content on the internet every day, a new study reveals.read more
A recent study on how brands communicate on Facebook either signifies the end of society as we know it or not much at all, depending on your perspective.read more
A Canadian-made robot plans to attempt to hitchhike across the country without supervision from its human creators.read more
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that police do in fact need a search warrant to obtain information from internet service providers about their subscribers' identities when said subscribers are under criminal investigation.read more
Five Labs has launched a digital tool that analyzes your Facebook account and then breaks down your personality based on it.
The results break down things like "openness" and "neuroticism" in percentages, and labels users with defining attributes such as "curious" and "restless."read more
Team Uber Toronto wants you to get out and vote.
To help they're offering Torontoians discounted rides to and from the polls on voting day, Thursday, June 12th.
Here's how to get your discounted rides:read more
Today Montreal's Seevibes published a white paper study about social television in Canada to celebrate the launch of Seevibes Market Insight.
Seevibes specializes in the global measurement and targeting of the social TV audience and Market Insightallows broadcasters, agencies and advertisers access to any market’s social audience, through over 100 channels and 265,000 broadcasted programs in Canada.read more
Amazing things happen when Rob Ford is tucked away in rehab.
Like this, for example: The Intelligent Community Forum this week named Toronto as the 2014 Intelligent Community of the Year at its annual awards in New York City.read more
To help promote its new (to Canada) videogame "Tomodachi Life," the ever-eccentric Nintendo published an online quiz that identifies a player's Mii personality.read more
Initial planning or planning ahead means nothing anymore. Scheduling events and then adjusting them as the date approaches have always been common, but it has become so convenient that all the communication leading up to the big date does not even really matter. With a click of a button—without an excuse or a doctor’s note—we can bail thanks to the flexibility liberated by technology and the flakiness of the new generation.read more