Claire Zhang knows what its like to pursue a career in IT when English isn’t your first language. With a background in Mandarin, Claire has not only had to learn the tech speak, but also how to communicate it in English.
Andrew Huang has won the opportunity to work with Metric singer Emily Haines on an interactive installation that mashes music, art and technology.
While 60 world leaders are in London this week debating the freedom of the Internet amidst increased hacking, cyber attack news outside the conference wasn’t very encouraging.
Its innovations are often too small to see but nanotechnology will soon be the leading edge of every tech career – revolutionizing computing, medicine, engineering and much more.
Student surveys that grade universities plus tips on matching programs to specific careers are just a few of the topics covered in the Globe’s Canadian University Report 2012.
Nora gets it right when she says that students need to understand what they'll actually do to earn a living with an IT career. Will you be creating new mobile devices, selling technology, leading global teams, programming apps...
Video games aren’t just for kids anymore. Major companies like IBM, Google, Microsoft and Deloitte are developing video games to train or motivate employees by making work more fun.
Philanthropist Seymour Schulich is creating a $100 million scholarship program for students studying science, tech, engineering and math at universities in Canada and Israel.
Apple’s Siri isn’t as chatty as Hal in the 2001 movie but the iPhone’s new voice assistant shows how artificial intelligence (AI) will change the way we use devices.
Poor people management skills rather than bad coding are often the reason 42% of software development projects fail to meet objectives.