What a lot of winter-weary Ottawa residents might consider to be the city’s biggest curse – its weather – is a godsend for the organizations behind a cutting-edge new facility for testing autonomou
Ottawa’s private autonomous vehicle test track, the first of its kind in North America, is almost open for business.
Almost exactly a decade after Nortel Networks filed for bankruptcy protection, Jonathan Calof still can’t help but wonder what might have been.
A U.S.-based software firm with deep roots in Ottawa has been acquired by Swedish telecommunications giant Ericsson.
Ericsson shares plunged Tuesday after the Swedish mobile networks company posted a second-quarter loss on falling sales and warned that there was unlikely to be any improvement soon.
The start of the new year means new tech at the Consumer Electronics Showcase, and several local Ottawa area companies are in Las Vegas this week to flaunt their latest products.
The City of Ottawa is joining a pilot project with Ericsson and Rogers Communications to develop a “connected water” solutio
Fifteen years ago this month, fall brought a blast of chilly news through the halls of what was then Ottawa’s largest technology company.
Why do multinational technology companies come to Kanata North?