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The fast-evolving field of equity crowdfunding was the hot topic at the inaugural Canadian Crowdfunding Summit in Toronto earlier this week.
A capacity crowd of nearly 350 filled the MaRS auditorium for a full day of crowdfunding-related speakers, seminars and product pitches hosted by the National Crowdfunding Association of Canada.read more
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's (CRTC's) Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer today issued a Notice of Violation to Compu-Finder, which includes a penalty of $1.1 million, for breaking Canada's anti-spam law.
Compu-Finder has 30 days to submit written representations to the CRTC or pay the penalty. It also has the option of requesting an undertaking with the CRTC on this matter.read more
Information and communications technology solutions provider Huawei this week announced the Canadian launch of its "Seeds for the Future" program.read more
A few months after musing with his father about new technologies for the automotive industry, Sam Jesso is one step away from capturing more than $200,000 in seed funding and services to develop such a product.
Jesso heads AutoPulse, a Fredericton startup designing technology that helps auto dealerships monitor their customers’ cars.read more
Before his monthly meetup for March, Tom Emrich tweeted that when he first started We Are Wearables in Toronto last year, it was just him and a box of wearables.
But Monday night showed how much his group has grown: Emrich announced that WWTO was officially the biggest Wearable tech meetup in the world.read more
The Lassonde School of Engineering at York University today launched a new $1.5-million challenge to become the first engineering school in Canada to reach a 50:50 gender balance.read more
Following in the footsteps of Starbucks, Balzac’s Coffee Roasters this week announced the launch of a mobile app featuring mobile payment and a loyalty program available for iPhone and Android smartphones.read more
BlackBerry made waves when it launched the Passport, a smartphone with a square screen. Now it's creating more buzz with the announcement of a smartphone with a sliding keyboard.read more
Apple's homepage is now homage to the power of its iPhone 6 camera, showcasing a gallery of stunning photos taken around the world on the company's smartphones.read more
Digital marketing, advertising and retail conference Dx3 might only be a few years old but it’s easily the biggest name in its space.
According to Anthony Lipkin, a vice-president and partner of Dx3, that’s by design.read more
At Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, BlackBerry today introduced Leap, its latest product.
The BlackBerry Leap is an midrange, all-touch smartphone "built for career builders and companies who value security and privacy when pushing their productivity to the next level."read more
With a new year comes a fresh start and Techvibes is excited to announce that the Techvibes 20 powered by GoToMeeting is being upgraded to the GoToMeeting Five. The GoToMeeting Five will profile five of the hottest and most promising tech startups across Canada each month. The list is curated by Techvibes editorial staff and reflects who's making waves in our nation's tech ecosystem right now.read more
Financeit, a free platform that enables businesses to offer flexible financing options to their customers, has completed a successful renewal of their lending program with Pacific & Western Bank of Canada (PWB), comprised of a $70 million renewable purchase facility and a $5 million warehouse line facility.read more