The code that broke the internet: The aftermath of the Rogers outage may force online companies to rethink how they do business
The Rogers internet outage has shaken the confidence of users.
Selfies with a mammoth: Ottawa museums test drive augmented reality as a way to grab visitors and viewers
Ottawa museums are looking to augmented and virtual reality to complement their exhibits.
Driven by nostalgia and pandemic angst, vinyl thrives in the digital age — could CDs be next?
Vinyl record sales are soaring driven by the interest on people under 34 years of age.
Federal affordable internet program welcomed but some worry about those left out
The federal government is set to announce a new affordable high-speed internet for low-income families and seniors, but some students feel left out due to narrow restrictions.
Ottawa app making food delivery more affordable for restaurants
The Ottawa app Getit Local is making food delivery more affordable for restaurants.
As pandemic took hold, some Ottawa craft artists turned hobbies into income
Ottawa locals have turned their craft hobbies into e-commerce businesses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The dark side of Instagram: Fake accounts and hacking in the pandemic era
Experts are warning social media users to be hyper-vigilant as hackers continue to disrupt the space.
Advocacy groups propose WiFi ‘mesh network’ pilot project to bridge digital divide, promote internet equity
Reports from local advocacy organizations say new community-based measures are needed to narrow the digital divide in Ottawa during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Phishing scams targeting Carleton students with fake offers of online work
Since May 2021, Carleton students kept receiving phishing emails in their cmail inbox. Carleton’s ITS is making efforts to protect students from fraudsters.
Hub350 hoopla: New Kanata North tech project excites university, business partners on cusp of 5G revolution
Hub350 in Kanata aims to be a leading generator of synergies and innovation.
Crossing the digital divide: Affordability is key to connecting all Canadians to the Internet, advocates say
Drums and cheering could be heard outside Ottawa City Hall on Nov. 16 as ACORN members and other activists advocated for the recognition of internet access as a human right. As the world moves into a digital sphere, internet rights advocates say many people are being left behind in the transition. ACORN Ottawa led the rally at Marion Dewar Plaza,…
Rising gas prices, uncertain future for fossil fuels driving Canada’s trucking industry to electric alternatives
As fuel prices rise, Canada’s trucking industry is moving to electric vehicles to save costs.