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 entrepreneurs and investors who power them—for making Canada's startup community so vibrant and innovative. And now, the winners: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
Forbes recently ranked Instacart as "America's most promising company."read more
John Chen's concept of "net neutrality" involves US Congress forcing developers to build their apps for BlackBerry.read more
Tablets are more portable than laptops or desktops but more capable than smartphones. This hybrid approach has made them an ideal companion for most anyone, from business travellers to doctors to teachers and their students.read more
Wind Mobile really wants Mobilicity customers.read more
Steam hisses angrily from rusting metal pipes on a street in the downtown core of Detroit, Michigan. Despite being the heart of the city in the middle of a weekday, it’s an eerily quiet street, the sidewalk’s chunks of salt and grey, slushy mud gaining no footprints.
Not far from me is Joe Louis Arena and Cobo Center, where Detroit is once again hosting the annual North American International Auto Show. Here, no rusting metal is found, and footprints are being made on plush carpets and polished hardwood by the thousands per second.read more
At the Mobile App Showdown at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Toronto-based uCiC won both the live and online competition.read more
Since 2007 Techvibes has been covering Canadian technology daily. With an archive of well over 22,000 articles, we remain this nation's premier source for all things tech in Canada.read more
21 months into Canada's highly touted Startup Visa program, a paltry five visas have been awarded.
On April 1, 2013, Canada’s federal government officially made their call for the world’s best and brightest entrepreneurs.read more