Sidewalk Labs’ smart-city plans for Toronto are dead. What’s next?
Google company is withdrawing from its partnership with Waterfront Toronto, and a neighbourhood called Quayside.
Maintain social distance on the plant floor
Small wearable device sends alert when proximity is too close.
Huawei warns more US pressure may Chinese spur retaliation
Chairman says American pressure on foreign suppliers “will be destructive to the global technology ecosystem.”
Semiconductor automated testing equipment to reach US$6B by 2026: report
Need for cost-efficient testing to increase profit margins and boost growth opportunities for semiconductor test equipment, finds Frost & Sullivan
Gadgets for tech giants made with coerced Uighur labour
Companies outside China are benefiting from coercive labour practices.
Microart expands its Markham electronics manufacturing operations
20,000 square-foot space will support the company’s 42,000 square-foot main facility.
Energy distribution without a control cabinet
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Mitacs, tech partners work on 5G development program; providing interns
The ENCQOR 5G network is working to advance the always-on Internet connection required to support 5G initiatives
Rittal introduces ‘Advancing Women in Tech’ scholarship
Two female undergraduates interested in careers in the electrical industry will get $1,750 each.
Hardware Catalyst Initiative silicon incubator hits the ground running
Provides support to southern Ontario firms developing hardware solutions; first cohort of eight companies has been announced.
Chinese military members face charges in Equifax breach
A 2017 breach saw the personally identifiable information of at least 19,000 Canadians stolen from the credit monitoring company.
Cybercriminals use coronavirus-themed emails to deliver malware: report
Campaign uses Microsoft Word attachments designed to trick recipients into installing a type of malware known as AZORult.
York Region’s ventureLAB funding silicon tech innovation
Companies to develop healthcare technology, consumer electronics, telecommunications, smart energy and connected transportation.
Amazon is big … really, really big; U.S. workforce hits 500K
Amazon’s growth comes with increased scrutiny, as some U.S. presidential candidates want to break it up
Internet code of conduct goes into effect for 10 big service providers
The code is the CRTC’s answer to a soaring number of complaints about internet services, such as “bill shock” caused by unexpected extra fees or price increases