This week we were invited to the Vancouver Enterprise Forum’s VR event, and it was a night filled with entertaining anecdotes on the industry, the market, and where it may be going.read more
Snapchat has raised $1.8 billion in funding.read more
As applications become smarter and more adaptive, user experience is about to undergo a massive change, one that will make the way we interact with our computers and devices a lot more natural.read more
Toronto's CentriLogic, a provider of managed IT outsourcing solutions, has expanded into the West Coast Canada market with the leasing of a new facility in Vancouver.
This facility extends the company’s Canadian footprint beyond Ontario, where the firm currently owns and operates four data centres throughout the Greater Toronto Area.read more
Vision Critical, a customer intelligence platform provider, this week announced Stories, a feature now available in the Sparq platform.read more
Saskatoon's 7shifts, a provider of employee scheduling software for restaurants, has raised $1.2 million in seed financing.read more
Music-syncing app AmpMe has raised an US$8 million Series A investment round, the company announced on May 26.
The investment, worth almost CAD$10.5 million, will help AmpMe continue to work on the app, which allows users to play the sync music across multiple phones in order to amplify the sound, says Martin-Luc Archambault, the company’s founder and CEO.read more
Financial technology is one of the most important aspects in global financial functionality today.read more
Vancouver's Buddybuild has raised a Series A round.read more
Toronto's Rover, a location-based mobile marketing startup, has raised $1.1 million in seed financing.
The round included contributions from BDC Venture Capital and Silicon Valley's 500 Startups, as well as angel investors.read more
Twitter is planning to make a few minor changes to how tweets work.read more