Inspired by his time in The Next 36, Zachary Lefevre’s startup ChargeLab is answering questions about the future of electric vehicle charging infrastructure that we’re only just starting to get serious about asking.
Every day thousands of restaurants in Toronto send leftover ingredients to landfills. Toronto Startup Feedback is hoping to change that by offering an online marketplace for Toronto restaurants to use up those ingredients
Through clever use of big data and diagnostic sensors in vehicles, Toronto-based startup Pitstop is helping to reduce emissions by ensuring automobiles are maintained in real-time. Growing up amongst the technicians at
As consumers push-back against single-use, disposable products, scientists are looking at new ways to produce plastics. Genecis has designed a scalable way to genetically engineer bacteria to turn food waste into better bioplastics.
The cofounders of Click Payments processing platform aim to simplify and lower transaction fees while growing the digital economy. Zavosh Zaboliyan is excited to be one of the Canadian delegates attending the G20
Toronto-based optimization company Pantonium has developed EverRun, an on-demand transit technology that uses automated algorithms to determine efficient transit routes to meet rider demand In September 2018, the night bus service in Belleville,
More on COVID-19 scams: Beware of Zoom and video conference hijacking, SMS cons. Also, a Win10 update for VPN users Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It's Wednesday April 1st. I'm Howard Solomon, contributing
With an emphasis on education, Bitbuy.ca has spent the past few years helping Canadians invest in the growing global cryptocurrency community. Now, its founders are sharing their expertise with other blockchain and cryptocurrency
Today’s marketers have become snipers rather than shotgun practitioners from a by-gone era. As the technology people use in their daily lives has changed, marketers have the ability to collect consumer information –
Before cryptocurrency went gangbusters and Toronto became widely recognized for its expertise surrounding blockchain, the technology underpinning cryptocurrencies, innovators and technologists would meet in the city's pubs at Bitcoin Bay's after work meet-ups
Still more COVID-19 scams, Tupperware hack and beware of free Best Buy USB sticks Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It's Friday March 27th. I'm Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity for ITWorldCanada.com. The
Kitchener, Ont.-based tech company Inksmith says it's ready to mass-produce face shields that will protect frontline health care workers against the coronavirus. Governments around the world are taking action to mobilize and facilitate
CryptoChicks founded in Toronto in 2017 with the goal of bringing women into the world of blockchain and AI through hackathons, workshops and educational conferences. Since then, it has expanded to countries all