After six weeks of nominations and voting, the 2014 Canadian Startup Awards have boiled down to this one moment: the winners. This year we received more than 40,000 votes, a significant increase from last year's awards. We want to thank all of our readers—from the voters to the startups and the...read more
We’re not there yet, but in less than 10 years, I believe that the technology behind bitcoin will transform the...read more
There's no denying Canadians have less content to watch on Netflix than in the US.
But things may not be quite so grim as we like to believe.read more
A survey of North American bank customers conducted for FICO has found that Millennials are embracing alternative banking services in greater numbers than older generations.read more
Tagga this week unveiled the Tagga Engagement Marketing Platform.read more
Canadian businesses applying for investment tax credits through the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program will now have an easier time thanks to SREDscore.
SREDscore is a new, free online tool that simplifies the project description parts of the SR&ED application process, saving companies time and money.read more
Adam Epstein hates the wireless terminals that come out at the end of a meal.
What would have otherwise been a seamless experience, suddenly “ends with an awkward interaction.”read more
As job seekers in Canada turn to digital tools to manage the challenges of a career transition, a new app called "Menteer" aims to ease the process of matching job seekers with an appropriate mentor.read more
Forbes recently ranked Instacart as "America's most promising company."read more
Community is what it’s all about says Aaron Zifkin, Airbnb’s country manager for Canada.
“We’re not a technology company,” Zifkin says. “We’re a company that provides experiences.”read more
Apple today announced financial results for its fiscal 2015 first quarter.read more
John Chen's concept of "net neutrality" involves US Congress forcing developers to build their apps for BlackBerry.read more
Vancouver startup Witkit launched today with $5 million in seed funding for its centralized collaboration platform where users can communicate freely and securely.
Witkit allows individuals and businesses to easily assemble teams and groups within industries, companies, and departments to tackle projects and solve problems collectively, with the safety and security of knowing their data cannot be breached.read more