Meta announces new Canadian engineering hub in Toronto

Meta is expanding its Canadian presence with the creation of a new engineering hub based in Toronto.  The company plans to hire up to 2,500...

Uber officially opens its new engineering hub in Toronto

Uber Technologies officially opened its engineering hub in Toronto on Nov. 4 after months of delay. 

Intel shakes up events and leadership team

Intel is ending its developer conference and has named a new chief engineering officer.

The IoT is pulling IT and engineering skills together in a highly-sought after combination

Organizations should expect to pay a premium for IT staff with engineering experience or vice versa. Otherwise they will need to invest in training in order to support IoT product development and intiatives

Google set to go on massive hiring spree in 2011

As it moves more aggressively into mobile display advertising, the search engine giant says it will add thousands of additional positions

Naser cops top award for IT leadership

ITLA 2010 In its inaugural year, ComputerWorld Canada's IT Leadership Awards honoured almost 50 finalists in nine categories for their contributions to their teams, and to information technology in Canada. Read who won

OnStar CIO’s career success is no accident

Jeff Liedel seems to be equally at home in a data center or on the floor of the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, where OnStar announced a mobile app for the iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry Storm and Motorola Droid

IBM appeals to girls with microchipped butterflies

The IBM Toronto Lab wrapped up its annual E.X.I.T.E. Camp last week, a 3-day program designed to get pre-teen girls interested in technology and engineering. WITH VIDEO

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