Ottawa-based firm is one of 12 Canadian companies taking part in tech giant's inaugural cloud accelerator program.
The growing co-operation between the two countries comes as Facebook backed down on a ban it introduced last week that prevented Australians from viewing and sharing news on its platform.
Ford's move means apps such as Google Maps and the company’s voice-activated assistant will now be available in its vehicles without requiring an Android smartphone.
Google responded immediately, saying "People use Google because they choose to -- not because they're forced to or because they can't find alternatives."
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Google and Tim Cook of Apple are answering for their companies' practices before Congress.
Despite the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, at least one Ottawa tech firm didn’t hesitate to pull the trigger on a major deal to expand its market share.
Ottawa will join other major North American cities in sharing traffic data with Google’s Waze app, the city announced Thursday
A Canadian high-tech pioneer says a "toxic" social media business model is a threat to democracy.
Ottawa youth will soon have the chance to experiment with artificial intelligence, quantum computing, nanotechnology and more through a new local chapter of
Two Ottawa lawyers have filed an $80-million class-action lawsuit against Google, claiming the search giant’s results are inadvertently revealing names protected by a publication ban.