Among Canadian-born startups, it was obvious last year that Slack as growing faster than any of them. But now that Slack has cracked the $2 billion mark—indeed, already pushing $3 billion—data shows it's the fastest startup not just in Canada, or even North America, but the entire world. Ever. According to PitchBook,...read more
The Techvibes Tech Fest is returning to Vancouver in May, and, just a week later, making its debut in Waterloo. Tech...read more
Driven by sales of more than 61 million iPhones, Apple generated $58 billion in revenue for its second fiscal quarter of 2015.read more
The City of Waterloo has launched a five-part video series, entitled "Why Waterloo," aimed at explaining Waterloo's "growing appeal."read more
It was only a few years ago, when Facebook went public, that mobile wasn't a part of its business.
Okay, it was part of its business—it had a popular mobile app and lots of active mobile users—but it generated no mobile revenue. None.read more
The Techvibes Tech Fest is debuting in Waterloo in May.read more
Netflix was responsible for the streaming of 10 billion hours of digital content during the first three months of this year.read more
This week Starbucks expanded its digital tipping feature to customers in Canada.
The feature allows customers to show their appreciation to "store partners"—AKA baristas—by leaving a tip through the app.read more
Those who shout the loudest often have the least to say.read more
Apple Watch is now available for preview and pre-order in Canada. Deliveries begin Friday, April 24.read more
Pedram Keyani, who has organized dozens of hackathons while working at Facebook and Uber, has seen how these fun, energetic events can positively permeate company culture.read more
The Techvibes Tech Fest is returning to Vancouver in May.read more
Golden Venture Partners, a mobile-focused seed and early stage venture capital fund, announced the addition of two new partners this morning.read more
Amazon is testing its drone delivery service in Canada, reports The Guardian.read more