Watching Netflix might be a different experience depending on which service provider supplies your internet connection.read more
Matt Stewart and Rob Myers should be poster boys for holding down business development costs.read more
After two years spent working as separate companies, Invoke Media and Invoke Labs are becoming one.
Invoke Labs spun out of Invoke Media in 2012 to give startups a onestop shop for the talent and expertise. Since then, they have worked with more than 20 startups on development, design, marketing, community management, fundraising, and product strategy.read more
500px cofounder Oleg Gutsol has been ousted from his own company.read more
Wind Mobile's foreign owners are being bought out by the company's Canadian founder for upward of $300 million thanks to an injection of new capital, mostly from Canadian investors.read more
Internet usage at 32 of Alberta’s 74 largest K-12 schools has reached historic levels, which experts say is evidence of the growing importance of digital resources and online content in modern classrooms.read more
Big Data is a big deal but implementing it is seldom simple or cheap.read more
Apple has the world buzzing about smartwatches more than ever. The incessant hum surrounding wearable technology isn't lost on BlackBerry.read more
The aisles of servers surrounding Duff Reid are full of hot air, but the man himself only speaks in facts.
On the second floor of Global Relay’s one-of-a-kind data centre, the COO and co-founder of the company, explains the firm’s revolutionary method used to cool all those servers.read more
Apple today announced a record number of first day pre-orders of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, with over four million in the first 24 hours.
Demand for the new iPhones exceeded the initial pre-order supply; consequently many iPhone pre-orders are scheduled to be delivered in October.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
Over half of all the apps downloaded by privacy regulators as part of an international “sweep” didn’t tell users enough about how their information will be used, according to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, which participated in the sweep.read more
Are you looking for work in Canada’s growing tech sector? We’ve selected a few from our job board to get you started in your search.read more