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QueerTech event aims to make tech a welcoming career space for everyone

QueerTech, a non profit advocacy group that aims to create inclusive spaces for 2SLGBTQI+ professionals in the technology sector, held its first hybrid QueerTech...

Google to pay US$391 million for misleading Android users on location tracking

Google has agreed to pay US$391.5 million and to be more upfront with consumers about its privacy and data capture practices in a settlement...

Coffee Briefing November 15, 2022 – Walmart and Telus Health partner up; 30 per cent of ad traffic on certain browsers is bot-generated; Calgary’s...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada’s editorial team! Missed...

2022 HardTech conference highlights supply chain issues and need for government support in the semiconductor industry

Markham-based tech hub VentureLAB hosted its second annual HardTech summit, bringing together tech leaders to highlight hardware and semiconductor innovation in Canada. Phil Vokins, director,...

Factory shutdown in China significantly slows Apple iPhone 14 production

Apple has announced that China’s COVID quarantine measures have shut down a key iPhone assembly facility, significantly limiting its iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone...

Zoom unveils innovations at Zoomtopia 2022

Yesterday, communications technology company Zoom kicked off its annual Zoomtopia event, where the company announced several innovations designed to bolster modern work experiences. “As global...

‘Zuckerberg presents a vision of what the future could hold rather than what can be delivered now’, analyst zeroes in on the failures of...

Investor morale is low at Meta, following disastrous Q3 earnings results and the company’s shares falling depressingly in the last week of October. Investors...

Pantone’s new licensing change forces designers to pay $15 to use its colours

Designers who use Adobe’s Creative Suite tools, such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, are pushing back on a licensing change that forces them to...

Big Tech tumbles with bleak Q4 earnings and forecasts

Alphabet, Amazon, Meta and Microsoft had an unfavorable earnings week, reporting dips in revenue and share prices after decades of unhinged growth as they...

IBM Canada and MLSE announce a new multi-year agreement

IBM Canada has announced a new multi-year agreement with Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE). This partnership makes IBM the official sponsorship partner for...

Coffee Briefing October 25, 2022 – Hootsuite partners with WHO; Sparrow receives C$1 million in funding; Visa’s Installments available at Canada’s largest retailers; and...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada’s editorial team! Missed last week’s Coffee...

Amazon Canada opens robotics facility near Ottawa

Amazon Canada is celebrating the opening of its newest robotics facility, YOW3, in Barrhaven, Ontario. YOW3 is the only facility of its kind in...

Gartner’s top 10 strategic technology trends for 2023

Gartner has announced its list of the 10 top strategic technology trends that organizations need to explore next year, highlighting those that will drive...

Layoffs hit Intel, Microsoft, Oracle and more

Microsoft has quietly laid off 1000 employees across multiple divisions of the company, including Xbox, Xbox Cloud, Microsoft Strategic Missions and Technology organization, Azure,...

Worldwide IT spending to grow five per cent in 2023: Gartner

Gartner’s latest forecast reveals that worldwide IT spending is projected to total US$4.6 trillion in 2023, an increase of 5.1 per cent from 2022. The...

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