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Facebook hits two billion monthly users

Facebook is looking to grow its massive user base, especially in developing countries

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Pandora Media’s CEO Tim Westergren to step down

Pandora said on Tuesday President Mike Herring and Chief Marketing Officer Nick Bartle are also leaving the company

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Facebook in talks to produce original TV-quality shows: report

Social media giant is in talks with Hollywood studios about producing scripted programming, according to a Wall Street Journal report

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Google to stop scanning Gmail content to help sell ads

The practice had raised concerns among privacy watchdog and users

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Supreme Court gives thumbs-up to privacy lawsuit against Facebook

Case that centres on how Canadians can protect their privacy rights on social media can be heard in British Columbia, court rules

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Under pressure, Western tech firms bow to Russian demands to share cyber secrets

Russia accused of a growing number of cyber attacks on the West

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Montreal cancer drug developer Repare raises $68-million

Canada’s red-hot biotech sector notches another big financing, led in part by San Francisco-based Versant Ventures, which has now created, incubated and financed six domestic firms

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Amazon Canada to hire additional 200 workers at Toronto office

New positions will include software developers, engineers and programmers

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Mysterious hacker linked to attacks on Canadian miners, casinos

Security researchers believe a single actor, dubbed FIN10, is behind some of the strangest and most lucrative attacks in recent years

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Montreal's Element AI closes landmark $102-million financing

The financing is led by San Francisco venture-capital firm Data Collective and backed by Intel Corp., Microsoft Corp. and a number of institutional investors

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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick to take leave of absence

Kalanick’s leave of absence follows a day-long board meeting on Sunday during which members of Uber’s board of directors discussed the possibility of ...

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Foxconn says Apple, Dell part of its bid for Toshiba chip business

CEO declines to comment on the total size of the offer or say how much Apple and other U.S. firms planned to invest in the bid

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Extra lives: What’s driving the surge in video-game stocks

Industry’s global sales are forecast to grow 7.7 per cent this year

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Companies using AI to find their next employee

Algorithms look beyond degrees, experience and other basic résumé material to predict good fits

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BlackBerry on a familiar road as it fends off QNX software rivals

As company shifts gears into automotive software market, competition begins to emerge in rear-view mirror

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Sony’s PlayStation VR headset sales top 1-million units

A Sony executive says sales of the headset have ‘exceeded our expectations’

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Smaller retailers look to a future without cash registers

Customers enjoy more payment options, but the rapidly changing world of digital and mobile transactions presents a challenge to small businesses

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Artificial intelligence takes on white-collar duties

While robots have killed many blue-collar jobs, automation in law, medicine and other professions is expected to augment rather than supplant human ...

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Cybersecurity gets more sophisticated – but so does hacking

Artificial intelligence among the new lines of defence, but experts still preach the value of basic password safety

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Apple unveils the HomePod, a ‘smart’ home speaker

New iMacs, new features for iPhones and iPads, new Apple Watch software and a new operating system for Mac computers were also unveiled at the conference

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Zymeworks IPO bears good tidings for Canadian biotechnology

The newly public drug developer is expected to be followed by an IPO from Montreal’s Clementia

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Canadian accused in Yahoo hack appeals decision to deny bail

Karim Baratov was arrested in March under the Extradition Act after U.S. authorities indicted him and three others for computer hacking, economic ...

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Google’s Chrome browser to block some ads starting next year

Google will allow ads as long as websites follow industry guidelines and minimize ads consumers hate

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Montreal meal-kit firm Goodfood prepares for public debut

Listing a first for hot global sector, but skeptics say the Montreal startup is too small for TSX listing

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Toronto startup Wave Accounting Inc. lands $24-million venture investment

Chief executive officer and co-founder Kirk Simpson said Wave could be ready to go public by the end of 2018 if its expansion pace continues

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