For the past few years, I have actively spent time to think about what technology trends will have the biggest impact in the coming one to three years.read more
Posting information online can be a gift that keeps on giving.read more
The controversy surrounding Uber continues.read more
More and more people might be making their own electronic devices these days but the technical skill required means building hardware is still limited to dedicated hobbyists and professionals.
Jeremy Bell wants to change that.read more
As if it wasn’t clear enough already, the tech startup industry can and will tackle any problem it puts its mind to, and that includes hockey.
It took a few years in Canada before the startup geeks focused their attention on solutions outside of simple wearable products and apps for yoga, or running. Now, the two worlds of sports and tech have collided in Canada.read more
25,000 people across 83 countries were involved in this year's Global Startup Battle. But as the word "battle" suggests, it was a competition at heart, and only a select few came out champions.read more
The end of every year brings a proliferation of prediction lists.
As we end an incredibly active 2014 in the tech/investment world, I am adding my own thoughts on what might be coming in 2015.read more
Earth to Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals: it’s time to get off MaRS and come back home.
Over 14 years of costly exploration into this mysterious entity, the province has spent nearly half a billion dollars. It turns out there hasn’t been too much life spotted around high-priced, empty real estate.read more
Canadians' job search patterns—from how long we stay in a job to how often we change fields—are constantly changing.read more
Some of the world's biggest tech companies are being targeted by an open letter about privacy.
Canada’s Privacy Commissioner has joined more than 20 counterparts from around the world in supporting an open letter addressed to a list of global tech giants: Samsung, Microsoft, Nokia, Google, Amazon, Apple, and BlackBerry.read more
Canadian startups are bringing “dirty tech” industries such as farming and freight into the 21st century with software solutions that are having significant impacts on how businesses are run.read more