Queen's and local partners are offering GrindSpaceXL, a program to expand services for startups emerging from the university and surrounding region.
Producers like Catherine Vetere rely on software from a film’s development stage through its final cut
Experts have concluded that U.S. government-backed standards for software encryption have created backdoors for the NSA to spy on users
The terms of the funding may change, Bloomberg says, citing people with knowledge of the matter
The social networking has doubled its global staff as it beat expectations during Tuesday’s earnings
Twitter exceeded Wall Street's forecasts on everything from quarterly revenues, earnings, user growth, and money made per user, sending the stock soaring immediately after hours
By bridging the gap between technology and management, CIOs are helping to shape company strategy
Stock surges in after hours trading as social networking platform shows signs of renewed growth
The company will replace BlackBerry smartphones with iPhones for 3,300 employees by the end of this year
The Waterloo-based company is purchasing Secusmart GmbH, a privately held German firm, which specializes in encryption and anti-eavesdropping services.
Intrusion came from ‘highly sophisticated Chinese state-sponsored actor;’ no evidence breach is widespread
Queen's professor Anthony Ho says head tilt/chin lift technique should be included.
Unless we can find time for contemplation in our busy, connected lives, there’s little hope for innovation
Project lead Andrew Conrad – who said he had amassed dozens of biochemistry, optics and molecular biology experts – speculated that the study might find genetic keys to fighting obesity, or markers that can detect cancer and heart disease early
We’ve had to be on guard to protect the media diet of our children for a long time now, argues author Michael Harris. But the stakes when we fail to do so are becoming higher.
Jonathan Golub, chief U.S. market strategist at RBC Dominion Securities says the Fed chair’s fuss over valuations is misplaced
Law firm management apps can offer precise records of billable hours, cut down on administrative time and disputes with clients
The Globe and Mail's Shane Dingman explains why sharing a photo of Fluffy often means letting the Internet know where you are
Messenger app giant Line's exploding popularity and exponential revenue growth could help it shine amid a lackluster year of IPOs - if it does select Tokyo for its listing.
Anne Petitjean seeks answers to life's mysteries by examining molecular behaviour and interaction.