Education system a golden ticket to debt, Treehouse founder says

Education at its best is a ticket to the possibilities, but the problem today is the ticket has become golden and not in a good way. Today it doesn't do what you think it did

Published on: May 21st, 2013 Eric Floresca

Why I started learning code: a marketer’s perspective

By Alexandra Reid  If you’ve read any of our posts here, you will know that we’re heavily involved in the Canadian and international startup scenes, from Ottawa to Montreal all the way to B.C.’s

Published on: October 3rd, 2012 Francis Moran

Ontario government upgrades to slightly less obsolete browser

Ontario’s public service workers will soon be working with Web technology that is slightly less obsolete with an upgrade from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 8. A memo from the Ontario Public

Published on: May 1st, 2012 Brian Jackson

New Russian malware doesn’t need a file to infect you

Researchers have discovered an extremely rare and possibly unique form of "fileless" malware that executes entirely in memory without the need to save any files to the hard drive of a victim's PC.The

Published on: March 21st, 2012 John E. Dunn

Adobe’s reluctant embrace of HTML5

Sometimes if you can't beat 'em, it's better to join 'em. Take what Adobe is doing in the HTML5 space, even though momentum behind standards-based HTML5 presents a serious challenge to Adobe's own

Published on: December 19th, 2011 Paul Krill

Twitter patches flaw after malicious link runs rampant

A serious security flaw was apparently found on Twitter on Tuesday but was quickly fixed. Hackers had exploited a flaw in Twitter, which results in pop-ups and third-party websites being opened despite users

Published on: September 22nd, 2010 Jeremy Kirk

Facebook users targeted by new ‘clickjacking’ scam

Security firm Sophos recently discovered a new clickjacking scam on Facebook that spreads via the social network's "share" feature and could be costing you $5 a week. The new malware is similar to

Published on: August 19th, 2010 Ian Paul

IE9 supports direct-embedded video and audio

Internet Explorer 9 -- the upcoming version of the popular Web browser from Microsoft -- might adhere to internationally-agreed upon Web coding standards.But that still doesn't mean it treats code the same way

Published on: July 13th, 2010 Brian Jackson

Adobe Reader download poses serious security risk

Adobe has acknowledged that some users are vulnerable to attack after downloading an outdated version of Reader from its Web site, and said it is now reevaluating how it updates the popular PDF

Published on: July 22nd, 2009 Gregg Keizer

Google guru offers free tool to supercharge your Web site, boost traffic

Nowadays, even regular Web surfers know some of the things to do when designing a Web site for fast performance. Cut the number of requests to the Web server. Shrink JPEG sizes. Enlist

Published on: May 15th, 2009 Eric Lai