Canada’s economy and standard of living is built on the export of natural resources and agriculture business. However, there is a growing shift from these traditional sectors to the internet and data-driven innovation.read more
Those who shout the loudest often have the least to say.read more
This month, eBay is proudly celebrating 15 years in Canada. In 2000, as Canadians were recovering from Y2Khysteria, eBay.ca launched and has been changing the way Canadians shop ever since.read more
Telus says it intends to invest $4 billion in new infrastructure and facilities across its home province of British Columbia through 2018, including $1 billion this year alone.read more
Apple this week announced that it will hold its 26th annual Worldwide Developers Conference June 8 through June 12 at San Francisco’s Moscone West.
WWDC will feature more than 100 technical sessions, over 1,000 Apple engineers, hands-on labs and the Apple Design Awards, which showcase the best new apps in the last year.read more
In 2002, Toronto-based entrepreneur Eric Dolan had the worst year of his life – Dolan contracted a flesh eating disease in his leg at 10 years old, and his mother, who already suffers from epilepsy, had an open back surgery.read more
In February Techvibes reported that two Canadian companies had been selected to pitch at Google for Entrepreneurs Demo Day in Silicon Valley.
Startups in cities all around the world are building incredible companies but many lack access to the robust investment opportunities of Silicon Valley.read more
I’ve had the same phone for five years. A BlackBerry Curve 8900.
It’s been completely submerged in water twice and dropped more times than I can count.read more
TouchBistro today announced that it has closed $6 million in Series A funding from Kensington Capital Partners, Relay Ventures, Difference Capital, and a new strategic investor JUST EAT.
This latest round brings this Techvibes 20 company's total funding to date to approximately $12 million.read more
The nomination process is now open for the prestigious 2015 ASTech Awards.read more
In his annual letter to shareholders this week, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon warned investors and those in the banking industry that "Silicon Valley is coming."
"There are hundreds of startups with a lot of brains and money working on various alternatives to traditional banking," Dimon wrote in the letter.read more