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Twitter opens the doors to their new Toronto office

Posted by Huda Idrees / May 9, 2015

twitter office torontoTwitter's new Toronto office has found a home on King West. Previously located in a temporary space on King-Spadina, the Toronto team, mostly focused on media partnerships, moved into their new suite a mere month ago.

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Toronto designers create ballsiest bike light around

Posted by Derek Flack / May 7, 2015

bike balls torontoBike lights might not be particularly sexy from a design standpoint, but given the important role they play in rider safety, there's no reason why they don't deserve a little love. Enter Scott Bodaly and Heather Lam (the folks behind the National Design Collective). They've created what is, in their words, "the world's most overconfident bike light."

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New map tracks the most interesting places in Toronto

Posted by Derek Flack / May 2, 2015

geotaggers atlas torontoDigital cartographer Eric Fischer first released his Geotaggers' World Atlas back in 2010. Using geotagged information on Flickr, the project sought to highlight the places that people took the most photographs in cities around the world. From there, one might argue what the most interesting locations in a given city are based on the frequency with which they've been photographed.

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The top 5 online house cleaning services in Toronto

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / April 22, 2015

cleaning servicesOnline house cleaning services in Toronto make booking an appointment a snap. While most of the most prominent peer-to-peer cleaning services, which match customers to independent contractors, are startups that have made their way into Toronto, a few homegrown companies have also climbed on board. No matter who you choose, you'll be getting a cleaner place in just a few clicks.

Here are my picks for the top online house cleaning services in Toronto.

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The top 10 tech events in Toronto for spring 2015

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / April 19, 2015

tech events torontoTech events in Toronto this spring will give industry members and amateurs alike an opportunity to learn, network, and check out some of the sector's most mind-bending new developments. You might be looking to break into a startup, get your own projects off the ground, or just learn from the best in the field - either way, this is where you'll want to be.

Here are my picks for the top tech events in Toronto this spring.

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Toronto startup lets you design your own electronics

Posted by Huda Idrees / April 14, 2015

wattageA Toronto-based startup wants to let you build your own custom electronics. Currently incubated at the Cossette offices in Liberty Village, Wattage is a four-person team composed of members with expertise in digital design, hardware, platform architecture, and electronics.

Jeremy Bell, the co-founder and CEO of Wattage shows me around part of their workspace full of lots of electronics across four desks along with some some custom Wattage boards and prototypes the team has created to showcase and test their product.

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