BlackBerry has sold 200,000 Passport smartphones, rendering the product a profitable one, the Canadian company has reported.read more
Last week, we posted Tarah Ferguson's interview with entrepreneur and The Next Big Thing Co-founder Meredith Powell as she shared Why mistakes are critical to growing your business.read more
Liberian children forced to stay home from school because of the Ebola crisis are being educated 21st century style, thanks to a Toronto tech startup.read more
Canada’s top undergraduate programmers will again have the chance to build software and apps for cutting-edge wearable hardware on the planet.
As part of its National Campus Tour, The Next 36, a program for Canada’s top young innovators, is holding its annual Hackathon at Google in Toronto on October 3 and 4.read more
StackAdapt has raised a seed round.
The round, worth $900,000, was led by by IAF (Investment Accelerator Fund), Slaight Communications, and complimented by the debt financing from BDC (Business Development Bank of Canada).read more
Toronto's Financeit announced yesterday that it has launched in the US.
Financeit’s cloud-based application fills a gap in the existing lending market, as smaller businesses have traditionally not had access to the same low interest purchase financing options as big box stores, according to the Canadian company.read more
Yet many companies do not claim, simply because they are unaware that these types of programs exist.read more
BlackBerry today launched the BlackBerry Passport. Featuring a 4.5-inch, square touchscreen and new touch-enabled keyboard, the BlackBerry Passport is a device for that empowers professionals "with the mobile tools they need to get things done, without sacrificing style or portability," according to the Waterloo-based smartphone maker.read more
For most lawyers, their day job is to spot risk. Pity that it often ends there.
If you want to know the sign of a typical lawyer, they generally identify everything that can go wrong without any attempt to measure the probabilities. They treat all risks the same, which is to say, avoid them if at all possible.read more
BlackBerry announced today the availability of Blend, a new app that brings messaging and content from your BlackBerry smartphone to your computer and tablet.read more