Mar 31, 2021
Reddit opens its Toronto office, PayPal announces a crypto checkout service, and the esteemed Louvre museum makes its entire collection available online.
Mar 30, 2021
It turns out Jeff Bezos contributed to Amazon’s recent PR meltdown on Twitter, everyone is wondering what materials will be used to replace silicon as chip manufacturers evolve, and BMW is charging for an important software update.
Mar 29, 2021
Amazon PR says its warehouse employees don’t pee in bottles but they're wrong, one of the world’s biggest call centres says it’s going to spy on its workers with webcams, and a more than two-decade-year-old easter egg in Windows 95 is finally found.
Mar 26, 2021
Ontario is considering making remote learning a permanent part of public education, another report shows just how out of touch many CEOs are, and Amazon is trying REALLY hard to dissuade its workers from forming a union.
Mar 25, 2021
Intel announces new fabrication plants, Slack turns into a full on messaging app, and work from home has been breaking barriers for those with disabilities.