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Vancouver's Telus aiming to link smartphones to satellites

Vancouver's Telus aiming to link smartphones to satellites

Outside urban areas and major highways, vast areas of B.C. is a cellular dead zone
Rizwan Somji steps down as CEO of B.C.-based Cymax

Rizwan Somji steps down as CEO of B.C.-based Cymax

Mike Herenberg is to be interim CEO until successor is appointed
Vancouver, Austin lead high-tech job growth across North America, says new report

Vancouver, Austin lead high-tech job growth across North America, says new report

Commercial real estate services firm CBRE has Vancouver and Austin neck-and-neck in terms of growth
Telus signs deal with EV charging company Flo to provide real-time data

Telus signs deal with EV charging company Flo to provide real-time data

Telus Corp. announced a deal Tuesday with electric vehicle charging network operator Flo to help improve reliability as adoption of clean vehicle technology is expected to ramp up.
AI to provide quantum leap in B.C. small-business efficiency

AI to provide quantum leap in B.C. small-business efficiency

B.C.'s innovation minister looking for ways to encourage businesses to adopt AI
These countries have the most mobile phone users

These countries have the most mobile phone users

In partnership with Visible , Stacker used data from the International Telecommunication Union via the World Bank to examine the rate of mobile phone subscriptions worldwide.
Vancouver's Stemcell Technologies expands into Toronto

Vancouver's Stemcell Technologies expands into Toronto

New office at MaRS district puts Stemcell in with more than 100 biotech and medical companies
UBC scientists develop sensitive 'skin' for robots

UBC scientists develop sensitive 'skin' for robots

UBC, Honda researchers develop sensor material that gives robot hands greater dexterity
D-Wave non-compliant with NYSE's listing standards, again

D-Wave non-compliant with NYSE's listing standards, again

Quantum computing company's shares fall below US$1 per share for second time this year
More than half of B.C. businesses in survey reported cyberattacks in past year

More than half of B.C. businesses in survey reported cyberattacks in past year

VANCOUVER — Global accounting firm KPMG says cybercrime is a growing issue in Metro Vancouver and on Vancouver Island.