“I’m obviously mortified and embarrassed,” he said, as the future billionaire’s extremely offensive emails from his frat boy days were leaked.read more
Canadians can't be blamed for taking social media for granted—after all, internet access here is a given in all but the most remote locations.read more
38% of us have dated a coworker at least once in our lives, according to a survey conducted by CareerBuilder.read more
Google Glass is now available for purchase in the U.S., but Canadians wishing to shell out $1,500 USD to get their paws (and peepers) on a pair of these tech specs will have to wait. No word as to when the Mountain View company plans on releasing the cyborg-like fashion accessory here in Canada.read more
If you haven’t seen it yet, Titcoins is a parody of digital currency initiatives that ultimately fell through due to its instability, i.e. Bitcoin and Dogecoin. The video includes familiar tech startup cartoon characters and a soft-spoken narrator, explaining the imaginative functionality, which enables women to pay for various goods and services with a faceless photo of their—you guessed it—tits.read more
Toronto's Instant Chemistry this week announced the launch of its at-home compatibility kit for couples so partners now have "an affordable way to test chemistry and compatibility long before a life-changing commitment is made." Based on "a combination of genetic and psychological components," the Couples Kit reveals the underlying compatibility between partners and provides tips for helping their relationship grow.read more
Once again, GoToMeeting Canada hosted another successful group interview over Twitter with the latest crop of the Techvibes 20.
The most promising Canadian tech startups from across different time zones gathered to talk innovation, breakthroughs, roadblocks and what inspires them.
From the makers of the first “smart shirt” for respiration and heart activity tracking to the latest virtual reality startup, read what the Techvibes 20 companies have planned on the horizon.read more
Social media influence is about as close to “digital money” as you can get, and without that influence, you’re just a lonely voice talking to no one, which is sadly what my Saturday nights look like.
With it, your blogs get comments and recommendations on Google+, your tweets get retweeted, your links get opened, and your Facebook pages get “liked.”read more
Canada’s largest independent technology news site is seeking a paid editorial intern.read more