Tech giant’s shares jump as iPhones fly off shelves and company announces buyback boost, higher dividend
Social-network firm’s revenues were lifted by an increase in advertising and grew 72 per cent to $2.5-billion
IBM dominates the higher-end server market with 57-per-cent market share
For a device that costs just over $50 all in, there’s a lot to like about the Ubislate 7Ci – assuming a buyer has very realistic expectations about what they’re getting
Pact to buy virtual reality goggle maker for $2-billion (U.S.) marks social media giant’s first hardware deal
Glenville Jones' research celebrated by the Canadian Institute of Health Research.
SAS Canada’s security intelligence told us about four areas in which analytics are getting better at detecting fraudulent behaviour
Groups or national governments from Eastern Europe playing a growing role in computer intrusions
Research review finds targeting cardiovascular drugs to different "flavours" of enzyme can limit side effects.
Disabled war vet started AbleGamers in 2005 after seeing how difficult, expensive and frustrating it can be to experience the pleasures that many gamers take for granted. “These are real-life things for us.”
Supreme Court to decide whether company‘s use of dime-sized antennas to enable viewers to watch live TV on a mobile device or computer is an infringement of copyright
High-tech agriculture tools decide the right amounts of fertilizer and water to avoid waste while boosting the bottom line
Firm ranked No. 1 on Branham300 for 2013 despite a 40-per-cent drop in revenue; CGI Group surges into second place
Six medical professionals including alumnus Adolfo de Bold will be inducted into The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame on April 24 at a ceremony hosted by the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe hope for out-of-court settlement in multibillion-dollar class-action lawsuit alleging they agreed not to poach each other’s employees
‘House of Cards’ helps boost U.S. Internet video service subscribers by 2.25 million; first-quarter earnings soar
No longer just industrial-strength automatons, easily-trained machines are staking out new ground in the workplace
B.C. officials want to bring Dutch resident to Canada to face charges, but it may not be that easy
Apple, Microsoft quarterly reports will be scrutinized by investors
Decision could affect value of hundreds of thousands of patents owned by Canadian company and other tech businesses