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Rogers now offers 5G service in 130 Canadian regions

Rogers is now offering 5G service in over 130 regions in Canada.

Canadians get free access to 5G with the ‘Big Three’ telcos

None of the Big Three Canadian telcos will charge extra for 5G access. Rogers, the last telco to insist on charging a premium for its...

Nova Scotia and PEI will adopt COVID Alert, says Health Canada

Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island are the latest provinces signalling their decision to adopt Canada’s COVID Alert exposure notification app, according to Canada’s...

How did the CRTC block its own wholesale internet prices?

Like a car in bad traffic, the CRTC’s wholesale internet rate has once again been halted, this time by the CRTC itself, the entity...

Canadian government and Shaw pull new fibre optic line in rural B.C.

Federal, provincial government and the private sector come together to increase internet access for underserved B.C. communities.

100x camera zoom showdown: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G vs Huawei P40 Pro+

Phone cameras have become more and more powerful since the first primitive efforts arrived more than 20 years ago. A grainy colour picture of...

Rural Ontario could have gigabit internet in as little as three to five years, says EORN

Gigabit internet access is within reach for Canadians in rural Ontario.

Distributel is the latest independent internet provider to increase prices

Distributel is the latest ISP to raise prices over CRTC pricing concerns.

Start.ca raises internet prices as CRTC wholesale rate remains in limbo

London, Ontario-based internet provider Start.ca hiked its internet subscription costs yesterday in response to the recent changes to CRTC's wholesale internet rates. The company increased...

NGMN whitepaper offers guidance on 5G sustainability

NGMN offers guidance on 5G's energy consumption and sustainability practices.

Building mobile apps a matter of getting the right info – CMO Talks with Peter Marston

CMO Talks with IDC Research Director Peter Marston At a time when individuals are being bombarded with messaging across multiple channels by dozens of brands,...

Ontario government to invest $150 million into rural area network development

The Ontario provincial government has announced a $150 million investment in providing reliable broadband and cellular services to rural communities as phase one of...

Huawei Global Analyst Summit: Fibre is gold

Building infrastructure of any kind isn't cheap, and building communications infrastructure can be especially challenging. Yet carriers can't afford not to build out capacity;...

Rogers providing phones with free voice and data plans to help B.C. women in crisis

Rogers Communications today announced partnerships with women’s shelters across British Columbia, including in Metro Vancouver, the Okanagan and on Vancouver Island, to provide connectivity...

Huawei chairman says ‘survival is the keyword’ for the company right now

As U.S. sanctions against Huawei continue, the company is feeling the pain. At its 17th annual Global Analyst Summit this week, rotating chairman Guo...

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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...

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