Launched by Toronto startup Format, Kredo is tablet-based software for photographers to showcase their work
Jan 26, 2015
Canadian access to the service’s American catalogue is a grey market, and we’re all complicit
Jan 07, 2015
The Trace system includes a drone, but also a RV-car and a hand-held mount that can be used to hold up a camera so that it can follow its target without needing the user to be aiming it by hand.
Jan 05, 2015
Wealthsimple is using the Internet as a way to offer up investing that’s not only cheap to manage, but algorithmically steady, safe, and predictable
Dec 29, 2014
Oplii is pushing forward in the inspections field, where paperwork can pile up
Dec 22, 2014
Rubikloud Inc. is a startup that specializes in retail analytics that cross-references datasets from companies’ online and offline operations
Dec 15, 2014
WatrHub Inc. is a Toronto startup that’s making a big data play of collecting as much information as they can about the state and performance of the continent’s water utilities, and the industries that supply and rely on them
Dec 08, 2014
Tim Szeto's product is a system for connecting devices called NanoPort. "It's like MagSafe meets USB," he explains, which about sums it up. Instead of plugging a USB connector into a socket, his system enables users to simply snap two flat edges together to form a magnetic seal. When they do, not only do the devices stick together, but they can share both power and data.
Dec 01, 2014
Nav Dhunay wants to run your oil well.
Nov 27, 2014
A Toronto company has found a sustainable global niche by offering a cloud-based platform for journaling. Not journaling in a corporate sense, or an accounting sense, but plain old journaling: Writing your deepest thoughts in a diary you don’t want anyone to see
Nov 26, 2014
Ivor Tossell has been writing columns about online culture for The Globe and Mail since 2005. A reformed web programmer, his writing on urban affairs, technology and culture has appeared in Canadian publications ranging from very glossy to downright inky. He lives in Toronto.