Kobo Inc., the Toronto-based e-reader and e-books firm owned by Tokyo-based Rakuten, announced three new Android tablets and a new e-ink reader last week. The new e-ink reader, Kobo Aura, will launch Sept.
It's that time of the year when students begin their academic activities. When we talk about school, we cannot ignore school supplies and technology. Staples conducted a detailed survey on back to school
Minister of Training, Colleges, and Universities Brad Duguid visited the offices of Toronto-based coding bootcamp Bitmaker Labs today to signal a truce has been reached following a dispute that saw the firm cease
For the first time at the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), the University of Waterloo can't claim to be the top Canadian school. Instead that prize will go to the University of Toronto,
The top computer programming talent from universities around the world was all pooled in St. Petersburg, Russia on Wednesday for the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). For five hours, teams of three students
ST. PETERSBURG -- The University of Lethbridge won fourth place overall at an international programming challenge pitting them against other top coding talent from universities around the world in St. Petersburg, Russia. At
A Toronto-based coding school is resuming classes after shutting down operations early last week due to legal risks posed by an investigation by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Following several media