Tech in Action: Walking the graveyard with Lincoln
The New York Times brings a scene from George Saunders’ debut novel to life with VR.
Element AI expands offering with database acquisition
MLDB.ai joins a growing Montreal accelerator helping companies navigate the AI future.
The frightening reality of VR
Samsung takes on your fears as it adapts a global platform to Canada.
PayPal acquisition extends reach into bill payments
The digital payment giant acquires Vancouver-based Tio for $304 million.
Y&R launches new tech practice
Serviced in Canada through Taxi, the specialized offering will help clients tackle unique marketing challenges.
Zulu Alpha Kilo gets its first U.S. client
The agency has been named AOR for connected home platform Wink as it aims to build momentum south of the border.
Marriott redesigns app for deeper customer experience
Ease of use and personalized suggestions turn the hotel’s mobile experience into a “personal concierge.”
The best new bots
Domino’s, Slack and CoverGirl are beginning to prove chatbot hype may be deserved.
Molson helps NHL enter VR
How the beer co is using its brand and traditional assets to drive interest in a next-gen hockey broadcast on Sportsnet.
Prepping for AI
Where decision makers are directing their resources in anticipation of machine learning’s increased importance.
Mazda turns heads
An interactive, face-tracking billboard aims to reflect the craft that goes into the automaker’s design.
Tech in Action: Data that drives you crazy
Virgin Trains prompts drivers to consider alternative transportation using real-time traffic data and image recognition.
Ones to watch at ResolveTO
From chatbots to machine learning, check out which startups stood out at the new event’s debut.
Searching for insights at the Waterfront
How a scavenger hunt app is giving the Toronto neighbourhood’s BIA the data to create a more robust experience.
A smarter way to personalize (column)
Salesforce’s new Canadian CMO Tricia Gellman on how AI fits into the high standards of modern consumers.