Facebook, to put it lightly, is straight up killing it. The social network was founded in 2004. It was an improbable story from the beginning—so much so that a book, and then a movie, was based on Mark Zuckerberg's founding of the company. When the company filed for an initial public offering...read more
Canadians have been waiting a long time for an open-source cloud infrastructure platform that keeps data safe and secure within...read more
Evidence that suggests billion-dollar valuations for two well-known Canadian tech companies continues to pile on. The latest data hails from global...read more
PayPal is looking to make the global marketplace more accessible to Canadian small businesses with the launch of PassPort, a website designed to help small businesses sell internationally.read more
There is more to Dell than meets the public eye. Although major computer manufacturing companies like Dell are known for their main computer product line, they are usually also adept at network security.read more
Canadian business executives have heard plenty of talk about the cloud, but most have a low awareness of the potential benefits of cloud-based solutions to their businesses.read more
Bitstrips has raised a round of money and launched an app.
The evidently busy Toronto-based startup's Series B round brings total funding for the company to $11 million.read more
Twitter and IBM today announced a landmark partnership that aims to transform how businesses and institutions understand their customers, markets and trends.read more
Salaries for technology professionals in BC continue to rise.read more
From claiming they need the day to fix some botched plastic surgery to saying they accidentally got on a plane, North America’s workers have either had some sitcom-worthy misadventures this year, or they’ve simply gotten more creative with their sick day excuses.
A new CareerBuilder survey this week looked at how many workers have faked being sick this year, as well as some of the strangest excuses they’ve used while doing so.read more
When John Chen took on the role of BlackBerry chief executive officer one year ago, the Waterloo-based smartphone maker was facing tremendous challenges as a company. It was not an envious position to be in.read more
Did we just witness a defining moment in programmatic video?read more
It’s that time of the week when we look at what creative ideas Canadians are raising money to support.
Check out these Canadian crowdfunding picks-of-the-week:read more