The Royal Canadian Mint's ambition to launch a secure system to send and spend digital currency, nicknamed MintChip, has passed a new milestone.
Harper Government and IBM Partner to Support Opportunities for Innovation
Academic research and industry were strengthened today
Bell applauds federal government for legislation to help stop cyberbullying
CitizenshipCounts.ca - OCASI Launches New Website & App To Help Youth Study For The Citizenship Test
Canadian government rejects Manitoba Telecom fiber network sale
UFred becomes Canada's first online university to deliver classes exclusively via Cisco WebEx
Government of Canada Invests in Technology to Reduce Waste in Grain Bins
Ontario is making it easier for entrepreneurs to start and grow successful businesses by streamlining and improving business support services.
Government spectrum transfer decision will stop Telus from taking over assets set aside for new affordable mobile services for Canadians
OpenMedia.ca commends Industry Minister response to citizen campaign for choice and affordability in cell phone market, calls for more clarity
Canadians can cancel their wireless contracts after two years under new CRTC wireless code
Wireless code to help Canadians make informed choices and contribute to a dynamic marketplace
ACL Launches ACL Analytics 10; Powerful Analysis Software Enables Data-Driven GRC Management
Software Tool Makes Big Data Analysis More Accessible to Users Across the Organization
Computer Science Most Popular in the QS World University Rankings by Subject
Pentagon may soon clear use of Apple, Samsung, BlackBerry devices
The Pentagon is expected to clear Apple, Samsung and BlackBerry mobile devices for use on Defense Department networks in the next few weeks, part of an effort to ensure the military has access to the latest communications technology
Governments of Canada and Ontario team with IBM, U of T, Western University in research initiative that will help solve pressing challenges in cities, water, energy, and healthcare
In 2012, IBM, the Governments of Canada and Ontario, and a consortium of seven universities led by the University of Toronto and Western University collaborated to invest $210M to form a new research and development innovation network in Ontario.
Canadians say federal government, businesses don't take privacy seriously: poll
A newly released poll suggests Canadians overwhelmingly believe their private information is more at risk today than it was a decade ago and that the federal government and corporations don't take the issue very seriously.
Canada Post launches easy-to-use online address validation platform
AddressComplete one of growing portfolio of digital initiatives designed to enhance the customer experience
NetFile Québec online service now available - Québec taxpayers can file their income tax returns online as of today
Portable Hard Drive with Data on 583,000 Canadian Students Is Lost
A federal agency has lost a portable hard drive containing personal information about more than half a million people who took out student loans.
RIM begins BlackBerry 10 tests with business, government clients
Research In Motion Ltd had begun a "beta testing" program that allows 120 companies and government departments to try out its new BlackBerry 10 smartphones before their global launch on January 30.
Canada Post presents new web e-commerce suite
Retailers can create a superior online shopping experience; customers benefit from greater control over orders