Tuesday Nov 19
Publicly Traded Patent Collectors Plaguing Google to Apple: Tech
In more than two decades as a publicly-traded company, Spherix Inc. developed diabetes treatments, marketed a low-calorie sweetener and handled campground reservations.
Canadian Business Magazine
Is industrial espionage putting a chill on foreign investment in Canada?
In 2008 Brian Shields made a disturbing discovery. The security adviser to Nortel Networks, which would soon file for bankruptcy, had been investigating just how badly the company's internal systems had been infiltrated by hackers.
Will BlackBerry Remain a Rockstar?
The fallout following BlackBerry's restructuring news and subsequent private acquisition offer from Fairfax Financial Holdings has mounted all week, but there are still many unanswered questions surrounding the smartphone maker's future.
BlackBerry News (BBRY): Canada Faces Innovation if BlackBerry Is...
Editor's Note: BlackBerry Ltd If BlackBerry is sold, Canada faces an innovation vacuum The sale and breakup of a flagship technology company is a reoccurring theme in Canadian business.
R & D
BLiNQ Networks Secures $10 Million to Fuel Growth for Mobile Backhaul
BLiNQ Networks Inc., the pioneer in next-generation intelligent wireless backhaul solutions, today announced that it has raised an additional $10 million in funding.