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Coffee Briefing October 11, 2022 – Hootsuite’s Heyday announces integrations for Instagram and Messenger; Google Services provided C$37 billion worth of economic activity to...

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Google Cloud unveils innovations at Next’ 22

Yesterday, Google Cloud announced a number of innovations, including new solutions and enhancements to Google’s data cloud, its open infrastructure cloud, and major additions...

Coffee Briefing-September 13, 2022-ThinkData partners with Google; Apple Pay surpasses Mastercard to process over $6 trillion in a year; Instagram to cut back on...

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...

What happened with CentOS will not happen with Rocky Linux: Kurtzer

Gregory Kurtzer, who founded and once led the former open-source project CentOS Linux as well as The cAos Foundation, the organization where early development...

Longer life for lithium-ion batteries could soon be possible

A group of scientists at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) in Gwangju, South Korea say they have developed a “universal method”...

The Google Meet and Google Duo merger officially begins

The Google Meet and Google Duo merger announced on June 2nd, 2022 has officially started. In the coming weeks, Google Duo will be rebranded...

Calgary primed, ready for what it thinks will be a massive tech boom

There is only word to describe the current Calgary tech scene – booming. That was evident last month at Collision 2022 in Toronto, and...

Coffee Briefing July 19, 2022 – Government of Canada invests C$7.7 million in tech SMEs and green recovery; Thomson Reuters expands remote work benefits;...

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TCS launches Pace Port Toronto research and innovation centre

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) yesterday announced the opening of its fifth and largest global research and co-innovation centre in Toronto, which the company said...

Hyperdrive accelerator program open for applications

Looking to take on its second cohort of up to 10 startups, in a program that includes funding.

Execution Labs looks to fund videogame developers in Montreal

The new incubator is going to focus on mobile game development in small teams, and it has $1.4 million in backing so far.

IBM, feds and Ontario pump $210 million into new R&D centre

Projects focused on cloud and supercomputing will create 145 jobs, Ottawa says.

Adobe’s reluctant embrace of HTML5

While Flash isn't dead yet, even Adobe is getting on board with HTML5 development standards that will make it less necessary.

Tech startups help parents teach kids, award gold stars

Between a Web site designed to make kids actually want to do chores and an Android-based tablet that helps babies learn, Canadian tech startups are making parenting just a little bit easier and more fun. But that doesn't mean tech is always the answer to baby problems.

Twitter tightens grip on third-party developers

Twitter is going to enforce higher standards for the client applications that access its mass short-messaging service. Some developers are upset with the changes.

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