Twitter has landed a deal with Google that will see tweets more searchable online.read more
In 2014 the world searched Google two trillion times.
Google’s 14th annual Year In Search offers a revealing look at the people, places and events that sent Canadians searching for answers this past year.read more
Some of the world's biggest tech companies are being targeted by an open letter about privacy.
Canada’s Privacy Commissioner has joined more than 20 counterparts from around the world in supporting an open letter addressed to a list of global tech giants: Samsung, Microsoft, Nokia, Google, Amazon, Apple, and BlackBerry.read more
Retailers of all sizes are looking to grow their business during the crucial holiday season but need more help navigating the online shelf, according to a new survey conducted by Google Canada.read more
Hackathons are a new way of creating and recognizing innovation.
The term, coined in 1999, has become ubiquitous with each passing day. Technologists collaborate together in an intense, short burst of creation to come up with a new innovation in less than a weekend.read more
Google is pressing to keep content from YouTube unregulated in Canada, which has created tension between the software giant and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, who has started a sweeping review of the television industry rules.read more
With summer ending and the back-to-school season approaching, Google is lending a hand – and textbooks – to students across Canada who are returning to the classroom.read more
Tensions are rising in San Francisco, where a great divide has grown between the well-paid tech workers and those who suddenly can't afford to live in their own city (think protesters attempting to tip over Google buses that transport engineers from downtown to Silicon Valley). Are these so-called "culture wars" something that could happen to Vanouver as well?read more