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In today’s economy, employment opportunities for students and recent grads are sparse.
Most of us, even if we do find a job, usually have to work outside our area of expertise on a lower salary than we were expecting. One sector is proving to be different however.read more
So you launched your startup. Congratulations. Now the hard work starts.read more
We live in an increasingly connected world.
Cisco has estimated that by 2020 there will be 50 billion Internet-connected devices globally. Some will take the form of screens we see every day like tablets, smartphones and watches; others will be items like vehicles, clothing or household appliances. Even more exciting are the form factors that we haven’t even been exposed to yet.read more
Canadians pay some of the highest fees in the world for financial services and new data released by Wealthsimple indicates that they are also burdened by lengthy transfer out times.read more
Visual product search platform Slyce has acquired SnipSnap.
The Canadian company scooped up the US-born app for $6.5 million.read more
Did the universe begin before the Big Bang?
At least one Canadian physicist believes so. Dr. Colin Gillespie, now also a lawyer and author, has been tackling the beginning of the universe full-time since 2008. He has now written a book—Time One: Discover How the Universe Began—a challenging read that questions a lot and answers little, and provokes rich thought.read more
For the longest time, team sports have had reputations as being poorly organized.
It was not because the coaches were incompetent or because the players were disorganized; it was because there was a lack of easy-to-use tools. In addition, the market for communication, management, and scheduling apps is as crowded as a defensive zone in the forth quarter.read more
Today, WIND Mobile submitted a deposit and confirmed its participation in the AWS-3 and 2500 MHz spectrum auctions scheduled for spring 2015.read more