Reddit opens its Toronto office, PayPal announces a crypto checkout service, and the esteemed Louvre museum makes its entire collection available online. It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to
It turns out Jeff Bezos contributed to Amazon’s recent PR meltdown on Twitter, everyone is wondering what materials will be used to replace silicon as chip manufacturers evolve, and BMW is charging for
This morning, Reddit announced that its new office in Toronto is officially open. The new headquarters boasts Canadian management, sales, community and engineering teams to help foster and grow its third-largest user base
Intel announces new fabrication plants, Slack turns into a full-on messaging app, and work from home has been breaking barriers for those with disabilities. It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now.
Global IT services and consulting firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) says it's planning to expand its Montreal presence and hire more than 600 employees. TCS will hire more than 100 employees immediately and
DuckDuckGo uses privacy labels to call out Google, a small company says it’s building a web browser from scratch, and the potential consequences of the Rogers and Shaw mega-merger are discussed online. It’s
Rogers signs an agreement to purchase Shaw Communications for $26 billion, the office vacancy rate in Calgary becomes a concerning trend, and dating apps look into background checks. It’s all the tech news