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The Astellas Oncology C3 prize is looking for Canadians with an entrepreneurial spirit

Calling all Canadian innovators! The Astellas Oncology C3 prize is offering $100,000 USD in grants for cutting-edge non-medical approaches to helping cancer patients. “We’re really trying to get people who have a passion

Published on: April 29th, 2016 Jackie Atkins

Toronto joins New York, Paris, Mumbai as latest city to host YouTube Space

Aspiring viral video creators in Toronto may want to head down to George Brown College's Centre for Arts, Design & Information Technology to do their next shoot, as Google announced that it's opening

Published on: April 27th, 2016 Brian Jackson

Algonquin College treads new ground with Salesforce adoption

Pushing the adoption of software that requires a new way of doing things across an entire organization can be a Sisyphean task for a leader - just ask Doug Wotherspoon, the vice-president of

Published on: February 3rd, 2016 Brian Jackson

New survey highlights the reasons that women stay out of the tech industry

That women represent a minority of executives, business owners, and employees in the tech industry is a reality that's become so ingrained it barely needs citing - and an ongoing Stanford University-led study

Published on: January 22nd, 2016 Eric Emin Wood

Microsoft president announces new philanthropic arm

Microsoft Philanthropies is a new organization within the company that will be dedicated to helping people around the world meet challenges with, contribute to, and take advantage of, technological innovation, Microsoft Corp. president and chief

Published on: December 15th, 2015 Eric Emin Wood

Learn coding fundamentals this week from the experts in Toronto and Vancouver – free!

Months after opening a 6000-square-foot campus in Vancouver and weeks after opening a new 20,000 square-foot campus in Toronto, digital education institution BrainStation is opening the doors of its innovation hubs across Canada

Published on: December 8th, 2015 Eric Emin Wood

Ottawa IoT startup Beagle Sense plans to donate sensors to schools

Ottawa startup Beagle Sense, which produces wireless sensors, will be offering its sensors for free to K-12 public and private schools across Canada and the US. Beagle Sense's various environmental sensors are designed

Published on: November 13th, 2015 David Hamilton

How Gen Z sees the workplace

Move over, millennials. There's a new generation in town, and it's got a different view of working life. Douglas Coupland famously branded the post-Baby-Boomers as Generation X. Generation Y followed; also called millennials

Published on: August 28th, 2015 Dave Webb

Jewelbots: girl power packaged in an Arduino wearable

The future of the technology industry is in the hands of tween girls, according to the founders of Jewelbots, a new startup that is part IT hardware, part jewelry. With the launch of

Published on: July 17th, 2015 Jackie Atkins

Musio is a robot friend for either a developer or a five-year-old

When you think of the future, you imagine having some sort of robot friend in your life. Thanks to science fiction visions of a techno-centric future put forward to us in popular culture -

Published on: June 1st, 2015 Brian Jackson

Corporate training can be a game; want to play?

Instead of corporate training being a chore, Waterloo, Ont.-based Axonify is using gamification to not only make it fun, but help ensure that people actually retain the information imparted. With customers such as

Published on: March 26th, 2015 Jeff Jedras

Twitter’s Flight School now available to give Canadian agencies their marketing wings

Canadian agencies can now access Twitter's educational program that is designed to help them execute the best-possible marketing campaigns on the social media platform. Naturally the content is all delivered online, in short

Published on: December 5th, 2014 Brian Jackson

University of Toronto top Canadian performer at ‘World Cup’ of coding contests

Three university students from St. Petersburg State University walked away from a global coding competition as world champions in their home country at the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) sponsored by IBM Corp.

Published on: June 26th, 2014 Brian Jackson

University of Waterloo misses ‘World Cup’ of computer programming for first time in 20 years

There's an international competition taking place this week and the top stars from teams around the globe are descending upon one city where they'll go head-to-head to determine who will be crowned the

Published on: June 23rd, 2014 Brian Jackson

Android app offers live translation in camera view

Anyone that's tried to decipher a menu in a restaurant while travelling knows the pain of not being able to make sense of foreign language in print, but a new mobile app from

Published on: June 10th, 2014 Brian Jackson