Canadian Tech Podcast
CTP Ep. 142 – Dec. 3, 2017: Bell’s Feeling Lucky
Sponsored by Olio Digital Labs and Codeship
Thanks to Techdoz.ca for the loan of the Snowball Blue Mic
Hosts & Guests
- Stuart Clark
- Derek Silva
- Saheba Segu, Market Development Representative at TouchBistro
- Alexandra Tucki, Software Specialist Consultant at TouchBistro
TouchBistro – https://www.touchbistro.com/
- Bell launching new prepaid wireless brand called Lucky Mobile
- Google unveils 2017’s list of top apps, games and books in Canada
- Canadian Apple Stores to hold free educational coding sessions in December
- City of Kitchener opens IoT lab in Communitech
- Google says it plans to fix Pixel 2 random rebooting issue ‘in the coming weeks’
- Here’s everything you need to know about Canada’s unlocking fee ban
- Apple's had a shockingly bad week of software problems
- Equifax revises Canadian breach numbers, increases to 19,000
- Interac and Nanopay Partner to Offer International Money Transfers
Stuff We Like
- Stuart – NASA fired up Voyager 1’s backup thrusters for the first time in 37 years
- Derek – Bloom
- Saheba – Sustainable Fashion Design
- Alexandra – Science of Self-Driving Cars
What are you up to lately?
- Stuart – A very busy week but 1st few days at the LCBO have gone well, starting a contract gig at UWO next week.
- Derek – Pumping out proposals at Olio, wrapped up the Student Pathways Challenge Thursday night, attended a Council meeting to discus 2018 capital budget, invested in the Bloom token sale and was in their Slack helping people out. Installed a new Netgear Nighthawk R7000P wireless router, installed the Storj client in favour of ZCash mining on my desktop. Also testing out a Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 laptop!
- Toronto-based InstaRyde wants to disrupt the Canadian ride-sharing market
- Smart-home tech developers may be prioritizing convenience over security
- Mobile-friendly tool launched to help search for drugs covered by OHIP+
- Ontario government looking to add Wi-Fi to province’s 74 major courthouses by 2019
- IoT pilot at UBC will help create action plan for accessible parking
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“District Four” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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