Dave Webb is a technology journalist with more than 15 years' experience. He has edited numerous technology publications including Network World Canada, ComputerWorld Canada, Computing Canada and eBusiness Journal. He now runs content development shop Dweeb Media.
Industry Canada's consultation on the upcoming advanced wireless spectrum (AWS) auction is pitting incumbent cell carriers against potential new entrants over the issue of reserving spectrum for new bidders. At Rogers Communications Inc.'s
Should we set aside space for new players in the wireless market? Is our wireless market competitive enough? Why should we care? Rogers Communications Inc. regulatory vice-president Ken Englehart, his counterpart at MTS
According to an Ipsos-Reid/MSN Canada survey, Canadians love their e-mail. That's not news, but e-mail is becoming a core of our social and family lives, our virtual shoebox of documents, photos and messages.
Calgary-based Trican Well Service Ltd. offers specialized services for oil and gas companies throughout the life of a project, from drilling through decommissioning - cement casing, clean-outs, fracturing, abandonments and more. By the
Digital TV could be the catalyst for big opportunity in wireless applications.Thought HD was just about football games so lifelike you hurt for days afterward and TV personalities terrified every blemish will be
Canada's largest wedding registry service has wedded Wi-Fi and RFID technology so in-store shoppers can update their online wish lists in near-real time.William Ashley's “Wish Pad” is a clipboard that holds a customized
Don Grantham played Premier Division football in the UK. Sun's executive vice-president of global sales and services discusses what soccer taught him about business, the importance of having an A-Team and the risks
Former treadmill designer Dan Odell turned to the study of ergonomics after a nagging shoulder injury that could have been prevented. He's now a researcher and ergonomist with Microsoft's hardware group, responsible for
While Autodesk is pushing “digital prototyping” - an engineering process that uses 3-D modelling and reams of data to visualize and analyze designs without making physical prototypes - the company isn't abandoning its