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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...

Rogers expands eligibility for low-cost internet program

Rogers Connected for Success program now includes people enrolled in government assistance.

Samsung devices to receive four years of security updates, one more than Pixel phones

The extended support includes more than 130 devices.

Telesat to receive $400 million investment from Quebec

The new funding is in addition to the CA$600 million from the federal government announced last year.

British Columbia receives $6.7 million project to improve internet connectivity

The funding will be for Telus to connect 1977 underserved communities with its PureFibre network.

Telesat contracts Thales Alenia Space to build satellite broadband

The company expects to launch its first satellite in two years.

Universal Broadband Fund to improve internet access in Wahnapitae

The project is expected to bring high-speed internet to 74 households.

Distributel acquires telecom provider Primus

Distributel acquires Primus from Fusion Connect for an undisclosed amount.

Microsoft announces Surface Pro 7+ for business users

Microsoft has released the Surface Pro 7+ for business, touting new Intel processors, larger battery, and removable storage. The Surface Pro 7+ tablet PC now...

Five telecommunication topics to focus on in 2021

The shift to remote work in 2020 underscored the essentiality of a solid network infrastructure. Throughout the year, data usage in both broadband and...

Complaints against telecom and TV service providers down nearly 20 per cent

The Commission for Complaints for Telecom-Television Services (CCTS), an organization dedicated to helping Canadians resolve their telecom and TV complaints, said that despite the...

CIK Telecom now offers mobile service in Canada

CIK Telecom opens its new carrier business in Canada.

Telus International acquires Lionbridge AI for CA$1.2 billion

Telus International acquires Lionbridge AI to speed up data tagging.

Ontario government reserves another $680 million for network development

Ontario to drive network development through additional funding.

SpaceX granted basic telecom license in Canada

SpaceX granted a basic telecommunication service license in Canada, but Canadians won't be able to subscribe just yet.

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