Canadian Tech Podcast
CTP Ep. 141 – Nov 27, 2017: Finding my Waze through T.O.
Thanks to Techdoz.ca for the loan of the Snowball Blue Mic
Hosts & Guests
- Stuart Clark
- Derek Silva
- Loblaw Borrows From Amazon With New Subscription Service
- Sixty-five percent of Canadians plan to shop online this holiday season, says survey
- Telus joins Rogers in asking for extension to December 1 Wireless Code deadline
- Google cracking down on misleading ticket resale sites
- City of Toronto partners with Waze to improve city’s traffic awareness
- Uber reveals 2016 hack, reports say it paid $100,000 to cover up
- Net neutrality: Why Canadians should care about the internet changes in the U.S.
- A CBC/Radio-Canada demonstration shows just how easy it is for hackers halfway across the world to spy on a Canadian MP’s phone calls and track his movements
- The short film ‘Slaughterbots' depicts a dystopian future of killer drones swarming the world
Stuff We Like
What are you up to lately?
- Stuart – An absolutely crazy / weird week last week. Starting some seasonal work next week at the LCBO (No, I don’t get a staff discount!).
- Derek – Pumping out lots of proposals and quotes at Olio, getting down to the wire for the contest we’re supporting at CleverHost, keeping tabs on my recent cryptocurrency investments (ETH, LEND, ANT, SNT, BLT on Wednesday), and we’re in the middle of budget season at Middlesex Centre.
- Bluewave GET review: Not for everyone, but still incredible (Quebec based company)
- Blockchain for Canadian cannabis industry
- MaRS and Canadian gov’t want to give students experience in STEM companies
- Canada’s $50-Million Challenge to Make Cities Smarter
- Blue J Legal Combines Law and AI with Employment Foresight
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