Technology Trends

Meet the Startup Beating Uber to Market

nuTonomy's autonomous vehicle parked for its test drive in Singapore. Photo: Yong Teck Lim/AP Photo/CP

The world’s first self-driving taxis are set to debut in Singapore this week, marking the first time the public can hail a ride in an autonomous vehicle

Where Virtual Reality Fits Into the Workplace


The promise of VR to help colleagues collaborate wherever they are is huge—but it’s going to be a few years yet

How to Get More Done With “Unified Communications”


This growing Ontario company improved customer service and staff morale by picking a tool people actually like to use

The Smart Way to Hop Onto a Viral Craze

Pokemon Go players stopping outside the Huge Cafe in downtown Atlanta, Ga., in search of digital monsters. Photo: Brinson McGowan/Huge via AP)

Business owners are capitalizing on the sudden, immense popularity of Pokémon Go by using the game to attract customers

Will Mobile Payments Finally Take Off This Year?

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More and more consumers are embracing the much-talked-about technology, according to a recent Catalyst Canada annual study

Why Wireless Charging is Starting to Break Into the Mainstream

A Tesla Model 3 with an Elix Wireless E8K charger. Photo: Elix Wireless

As electric cars gain popularity, consumers and businesses alike are craving cord-free power

Why I Can’t Just Build You an App

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There is no such thing as a cheap and basic app. What it takes to develop a great one that delivers a meaningful experience to end users

What Retailers Are Offering to Try to Attract New Customers


Canadian sellers are investing in technology in an attempt to grow their sales and consumer bases

4 Cyber Hygiene Tips to Protect Yourself Online


A few simple steps can go a long way to guarding yourself from identity theft or a hack. How to keep your digital life clean

Would You Pay the Government in Bitcoin?


A Swiss town is set to accept municipal registration fees in cryptocurrency, but not all local businesses are following suit just yet