Technology

Getting the SurveyMonkey off our backs

SurveyMonkey is free and easy to use. So what's the problem? Your privacy.

Sony executives apologize for PlayStation security breach

Data from 10 million credit cards believed to be involved, as well as personal information.

Inside #NetCulture with Lead Organizer Ajay Puri: Part II

TB: Crossleft.org founder and activist Kety Esquivel is your Keynote Speaker — can you talk about why you choose her and how she will frame the evening's discussion? AP: I reached out to...

Inside #NetCulture with Lead Organizer Ajay Puri: Part I

I had a chance to sit down with lead organizer Ajay Puri and ask him a few questions about #NetCulture. The following is the first installment in a two-part series.

UBC Line options discussed at morning's blogger breakfast

Thanks to everyone who came out to the blogger breakfast this morning. For those who didn't make it, Jeff Busby and Margaret Wittgens from TransLink's planning division led us through a...

Social media: where everyone has status

Last week, Delvinia and Environics Analytics published a new online study about Canadians’ social media habits. Among other trends, the study revealed the high rate of adoption of tools like Facebook...

Fired up? Start a twitter petition

An interview with the founders of act.ly, a new twitter petition tool. It helped bring down usage-based billing, could it help your cause too?

Twitter can help Canadians stop the meter on internet use

Signing the petition against usage-based billing is as easy as one, two, tweet.

Canadians are world's biggest web junkies

If you sometimes feel like you're spending more time with your computer than interacting with the real world, you're not alone. Canadians log more hours online than any other country in the world.

Google, Groupon and 3D glasses: technology in 2010

Put on your 3-D glasses for a skewed look back at the year in technology.