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Rogers partners with Sheridan College on 5G research

Rogers has entered into a two-year partnership with Sheridan College’s Centre for Mobile Innovation (CMI) to research and develop 5G autonomous vehicle systems. Under the...

Globalive wants to buy Freedom Mobile for $3.75 billion

Globalive Capital, a Canadian private equity firm, has allegedly expressed interest in scooping up Freedom Mobile, the cellphone service provider subsidiary of Shaw Communications,...

Samsung and Telus deploy Canada’s first MCPTX service for emergency responders

Samsung Networks has partnered with Telus to deploy Canada’s first Mission Critical Push-to-X (MCPTX) services to offer richer information to first responders.

Canadian telcos waive long distance connection fees to Ukraine

Canada’s major telecom providers have waived long-distance fees for connections to Ukraine, to allow Canadians to stay in touch with loved ones there

It’s official, OnwardMobility shuts down; no new BlackBerry coming

Anyone hoping beyond hope that, despite recent developments, there still might be a new 5G BlackBerry smartphone with keyboard on its way might as...

Western Cree Tribal Council launches communications and broadcast app for members

Western Cree Tribal Council (WCTC) has launched of a cross-platform mobile app through which it aims to reach out to its member communities to notify them about news, events, programs, services, career opportunities, forms, and important documentation for applications.

Telus launches PureFibre X with Internet speeds of 2.5 Gbps in Edmonton and parts of B.C.

Telus Communications has announced the launch of PureFibre X, a new tier of home Internet with symmetrical upload and download speeds of 2.5 Gbps, in parts of Alberta and British Columbia. 

Telus Business to provide free virtual healthcare service for small businesses 

Telus customers with small business smartphone plans will now be able to access physical and mental health support through Telus Health Virtual Care at no extra cost.

BlackBerry phone with keyboard is not dead

OnwardMobility, the Texas-based firm that picked up the hardware license for BlackBerry smartphones after previous licensee TCL decided to produce its own phone designs...

2021 year in review – IT under attack

Had Charles Dickens been alive today, his famous work might have started with “It was the worst of times, and some other stuff was...

Federal government invests $1.44 billion in Telesat satellite internet

The funding will help build out Telesat's Lightspeed satellite constellation and bridge the digital divide in Canada.

CRTC’s virtual mobile network approval stirs mixed reactions

The CRTC's MVNO announcement approval seems like a step in the right direction, but many independents disagree.

Telus and Quebec government announce $30 million internet expansion project

Telus and the Quebec government announced a joint $30 million investment to expand high-speed internet access for residents in the Chaudière-Appalaches region. With this new...

New internet project approved for rural Newfoundland and Labrador

The $1.379 million network will service 1,184 households and is expected to start service in November.

LG closes its smartphone business

LG closed its mobile division after months of speculation. The South Korean telecommunications hardware manufacturer announced on April 5 that it's starting to wind down...

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Mobile devices fuel “anywhere office” trend

A new generation of powerful mobility devices will continue to revolutionize the workplace, fuelling the remote working trend that finally gained momentum in 2018. With...

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The rise of mobile technology has allowed for an app explosion over the past few years. According to The Statistics Portal, The Apple Store...

Three ways businesses can shed the burden of managing mobile devices and data

There was a time when futurologists thought the Information Age was going to abolish drudgery for people. Machines and software programs would take care...