The federal government is introducing new legislation to cap domestic wireless roaming rates, responding to allegations that the Big Three – Rogers Communications Inc., BCE Inc., and Telus Corp. – are overcharging their
Editor's note: Story updated at 3:16 PM with new comments gathered by reporter Howard Solomon. While Mobilicity says it is reviewing Industry Canada's decision to prevent its acquisition by incumbent Calgary-based carrier Telus Corp.,
Small telecom companies taking on incumbent carriers for a larger slice of Canada’s wireless pie will soon be able to access more foreign money to help them compete, according to the federal government.
U.S. presidential nominating conventions used to be criticized as "smoke-filled rooms" because of the cigars that party politicians smoked while they decided on a candidate. Now the delegates are toting Blackberries instead of
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