With more than double the number of participants and new sponsors on board, momentum is growing for the Technovation program, organizer Jennifer Francis said Monday.
A well-known Ottawa tech entrepreneur is leaving the capital to “work on a major initiative” at Facebook headquarters in California.
British cybersecurity firm Sophos opened its new Ottawa office Wednesday and is counting on a private local college to fill it with qualified staff.
The possibility of solving a $3.7-trillion global problem was too good to pass up for the judges at TieCon Canada 2015’s Pitch Fest last Friday.
Carleton Place’s Triacta Power Technologies announced Thursday it has been acquired by Toronto-based Enercare Connections, a wholly owned subsidiary of Enercare, in a deal worth $7.5 million.
A team of girls from Merivale High School not only walked away with the top prize at the Technovation Challenge Showcase and Competition at Carleton University on Sunday, but they might get some hi
Rockstar Consortium – a group of companies that includes Apple, BlackBerry, Ericsson, Microsoft and Sony – has agreed to sell roughly 4,000 of the patents it bought from Nortel during its bankruptc
If Fluidware co-founder Aydin Mirzaee were to rate his online survey company’s acquisition by SurveyMonkey after the first three months, it would be close to a perfect 10.
With the clock ticking toward the Nov. 20 deadline, Mitel sweetened the pot Monday in its attempt to acquire California-based ShoreTel Inc.
BlackBerry chief executive John Chen says the chances of the struggling smartphone maker surviving have improved and he now puts the odds at 80 per cent.