Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks Education, Doesn’t Want His Nephew on Social Media
Tim Cook sat down for a wide-ranging discussion during his stop at Harlow College.
Pearl Automation, Auto Startup Built By Ex-Apple Engineers, to Shut Down
Pearl Automation, a startup built by ex-Apple engineers that raised $50 million ($66.2 million CDN) to build automotive tech, has shut down, according to new reports.
Google Plans to Build High-Tech Neighbourhood in Toronto
Alphabet Inc's urban innovation arm Sidewalk Labs responded to Waterfront Toronto's request for proposal to build up Quayside.
Canadians Agree That Technology Is Good for Their Own Well-Being [Report]
The majority of Canadians agree that technology of good for their own well-being.
Rare Video Emerges of Steve Jobs at CAUSE ’98 Conference
A video has emerged showing Steve Jobs talking at the CAUSE '98 conference.
The Golden Age of the Gadget May Be Coming To An End: NYT
"Gadgets" have always been the crux of personal technology. Whether it be a transistor radio, a Walkman, an iPhone, or a FitBit, tech gadgets have always been part of, if not the majority of, consumer technology. "They were little electronic things that did stuff for you," reads a report from the New York Times. "They...
B.C. Government Developing Smartphone App to Authenticate Your Identity
New technology developed by the government of British Columbia will allow residents to user their driver's licences to access public services.
Study Shows High Adoption of Various Technologies in Canadian Classrooms
4,000 Canadian teachers were surveyed about technology use in the classroom.
Microsoft Study: Tech is Shortening the Average Human’s Attention Span
Microsoft has recently published a study suggesting that the average attention span of humans has fallen since the start of the century.
Apple Plans to Invest $10.5 billion in Supply Chain Technology
Apple plans to spend $10.5 billion next year to secure the latest, cutting edge robotics.