Since 2007 Techvibes has been covering Canadian technology daily. With an archive of well over 23,000 articles, we remain this nation's premier source for all things tech in Canada. But what, today, is technology? Certainly it is not what tech was 100 years ago, or 50 years ago, or even 10...read more
Techvibes is hiring a freelance Events Reporter in Vancouver to report on local technology, startup, and business events.
This paid freelance position will see you profile fascinating entrepreneurs, discover exciting startups, and attend awesome events in your community on behalf of Canada's leading independent tech news site.read more
BlackBerry made waves when it launched the Passport, a smartphone with a square screen. Now it's creating more buzz with the announcement of a smartphone with a sliding keyboard.read more
Omers Ventures has invested $250 million in 22 Canadian companies in rounds totalling more than $1 billion in capital raised.read more
At Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, BlackBerry today introduced Leap, its latest product.
The BlackBerry Leap is an midrange, all-touch smartphone "built for career builders and companies who value security and privacy when pushing their productivity to the next level."read more
Picatic has launched a new website it feels better reflects the company's philosophies.
The Vancouver-based company's new site "changes user flow by having a sleek, one-page, one-touch website."read more
Consumers still think cash is king when it comes to security.read more
The promise of mobile, digital wallets on our smartphones has been in the works for years. Now the technology is here.read more
Two new reports this week reveal just how tiny and irrelevant BlackBerry has become in the mobile space.read more
Innovacorp, Nova Scotia's early stage venture capital organization, is offering technology entrepreneurs the chance to spend up to six months at Disruption Corporation’s headquarters and $10,000 cash towards travel and living expenses.
The competition stems from Innovacorp’s recently announced partnership with Disruption, a tech and venture firm.read more
Tall brick walls, giant stainless steel tanks, and the unmistakable scent of bitter hops. Yep, it's a brewery.
It was also the venue for Techvibes' second Tech Fest Toronto earlier this month. Hosted at Steam Whistle Brewing in the city's downtown core, the sold-out crowd of well over 800 filled the historic roundhouse to the brim—just like a perfect pour of pale lager.read more
Media Technology Monitor recently released a report highlighting Canadian media habits.read more
Pebble, the world's best-selling smartwatch, just got smarter with the launch of Time, a new digital timepiece with a colour display and more powerful features than its predecesor.read more