Tag: Canada

Google is Smart to Address Privacy Concerns in High-Tech Neighbourhood

by Lee Rickwood
A public talk about Google’s high-tech plans for a smart neighbourhood in Toronto will be held tonight, one in a series of planned consultations that organizers hope will address concerns and issues connected with a major techno-enabled urban revitalization proposal.

CRTC fumbles MVNO decision, gives carriers the ball

By Ted Kritsonis

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (CRTC) decision to slam the door on Wi-Fi-first wireless resellers — for the second time — shows how out of step the whole wireless industry is in Canada.

Canadian Food App Turns Social Ordering into King Street Ritual

Canadian Food App Turns Social Ordering into King Street Ritual

by Lee Rickwood
The app offers what it calls the Piggyback service, kind of a peer-to-peer delivery network inside of a company or office doing the ordering. If one worker is going to pick up a coffee, a co-worker can “piggyback” on that order and bring back two cups.