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2012-11-16, Computer Business Review

Many adults wish they had taken a different career path following the recent technology boom. Top reasons for wanting a career in technology were money, intellectual challenge, and more job...

2012-11-15, TechVibes

The 2012 holiday season will surely set the digital bar higher in the world of retail…The Internet and mobile devices will have an impact on holiday shopping like never before.


Working in the tech industry is awesome. You get to go out and build the future every day. Another great thing is that it’s very easy to mix in other interests.


IT healthcare is moving at a staggering pace. spoke with CIOs and healthcare IT experts about trends to look out for in 2013.

2012-11-12, Network World

Certain IT titles will be getting sizable salary hikes, according to recruiting and staffing specialist Robert Half Technology.

2012-11-09, Cloud Times

Gartner predicts that by 2013, mobile phones will overtake PCs, becoming the most popular device to access web in the world. By 2015, over 80% of all mobile phones sold in mature markets will be...

2012-11-08, Singularity Hub

A new 3D printing system for dentists scans patients’ teeth and creates crowns. A process that normally takes two weeks, now only takes an hour.

2012-11-07, PC Magazine

The U.S. election was the most tweeted about political event in Twitter’s history, logging 31 million tweets in the hours leading up to the final results - peaking at 327,452 tweets per...

2012-11-06, The Guardian

Technology in Africa is about solving problems rather than sharing social trivia, about survival rather than entertainment – although these are flourishing too.

2012-11-05, Information Week

Wearable medical technology is becoming a hot commodity. As these devices come to market, they have the potential to help both patients and clinicians monitor vital signs and symptoms.

2012-11-02, Maclean's Magazine

Maclean`s 2013 Canadian university rankings is now available with everything you ever wanted to know about campus life, plus lists - lots of lists

2012-11-01, BBC News

The range of objects 3D printing can manufacture is rapidly expanding - in the medical sector it is being used for dental work, while the fashion industry is experimenting with it to produce...

2012-10-31, TechVibes

Canada’s cleantech industry employs over 52,000 people and employment grew 17% between 2009 and 2011, a time when unemployment was rampant.


From the largest retailers to small companies, the hunt is on for talent that knows the ins and outs of web-based business. Many are desperately seeking online expertise from marketing and website...

2012-10-29, Network World

The torrents of data produced by social networks, sensors, supply chains and every imaginable device are creating new jobs. Gartner estimates big data will create 1.9 million new U.S jobs through...

2012-10-26, NOW magazine

Good looking and highly functional websites are important to all businesses. That’s why there’s a demand for people with an eye for design and a memory for code.

2012-10-25, Winnipeg Free Press

If you're a mobile-application developer, you're one of the hottest of the hot, says a Robert Half International report. There is a growing demand in Canada for a wide variety of IT...

2012-10-24, The Telegraph

A tiny wearable camera designed to take a picture every 30 seconds to allow owners to record their daily lives is designed to be clipped to clothes or worn on a necklace.

2012-10-23, Toronto Star

Engineers at a small UK company has developed a way to create synthetic petrol from air and water, technology it hopes may one day contribute to large-scale production of green fuels. 

2012-10-22, CTV News Toronto

Brampton students are among the first in Canada to participate in a “flipped classroom.” At home, students watch a video lesson on YouTube. The next day they go to school to do...