Category: Featured

Canadian Educators Get Coding: Whitehorse is Next

By Yasmin Ranade
Since April, the Kids Code Jeunesse’s (KCJ) / Code Create Teach (CCT) initiative has brought digital skills and computational thinking to over 1,000 Canadian educators through 20 workshops in 8 provinces, from province capitals such as Edmonton, Fredericton, and Quebec City, to rural areas including Prince Rupert, Rocky Mountain House, and Gander!

A look at Google Fi as the template for future smartphone carriers

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
The Google Fi features that make sense for other carriers to emulate include the secure use of trusted Wi-Fi networks to augment calls and data usage. Not only does this decongest 4G-LTE cellular networks, but it also gives users access to faster data without using up their cellular data.

Gen Z: The Future Has Arrived

By Yasmin Ranade
Dell Technologies, which aims to provide greater access to technology for people around the world, recently launched a new study that dives into the attitudes and expectations of Generation Z joining the workforce.

A Holiday Gift for Every Part of the Working Person’s Day

By Christine Persaud
Just like the 12 days of Christmas, we have 12 (Ok, maybe not so many) crucial parts of our day. From the time we wake up in the morning, to the commute to work, daily grind, lunch and breaks, after-work events, and wind-down time, tech can play an integral role.

Best flagship smartphones in the Canadian market

By Gadjo Sevilla

Pricing continues to rise in the premium smartphone space, and devices are getting more expensive. But do they offer more? Let’s look at the best smartphones money can buy in Canada.

City of Surveillance: Toronto Should Smarten Up – Or Pay Up

Leading privacy advocates and technology analysts say Toronto should smarten up: it is at risk of becoming a city of surveillance. They are worried about plans for urban redevelopment along the city’s eastern waterfront, and a new techno-enabled community to…