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Trigcom Brings BlackBerry Pearl Flip to Norway
10/12/2008
Internet search and media giant, Google Inc., has expressed strong opposition to the CRTC’s recent proposal to regulate web content in Canada, saying that such an action would take away from the experience that users have come to expect from new media.“The Commission should resist the temptation to try to fix what is not broken,” Google said in a submission to the regulatory...
 
Google Voices Opposition to Canadian Internet Regulation
05/12/2008
The Toronto Transit Commission has announced plans to provide cell phone service on subway trains after a survey showed overwhelming demand for such a service.“We will find a way to do this,” said TTC Chairman Adam Giambrone, who is already working with wireless carriers to bring cellular signals to Toronto’s subway tunnels. “It’s not a matter of ‘if.’...
 
Cell Phone Service Coming to Toronto Subways
04/12/2008
The majority of cell phone customers are open to mobile advertising if it substantially reduces their monthly wireless bill, according to a recent survey commissioned by Traverse and conducted by iGR.56% of those surveyed would be willing to receive mobile advertisements if they were given a 25 to 50 percent discount on wireless services. Users under the age of 35, who tend to have lower incomes...
 
Analysts Skeptical of BCE-Telus Merger Prospects
29/11/2008
Renewed uncertainty this week about the future of Canada’s leading telecom operator (BCE Inc.) has fueled speculation that Burnaby B.C.-based telecom giant, Telus, might revisit a proposal to acquire its eastern counterpart. Most analysts remain skeptical about the rumours, however, citing major regulatory hurdles that would need to be overcome.Telus officially dropped out of the running to...
 
Young Adults Increasingly Contact Parents via Text Messaging
28/11/2008
The provincial government of Saskatchewan announced on Wednesday that will contribute $90 million over the next three years towards a plan to bring broadband internet access to every community in the province.The plan will be implemented by incumbent telecom carrier, SaskTel, at a total cost of $129 million. It will involve extending rural internet infrastructure, improving the CommunityNet...
 
Small Carriers Outperform Rogers, Bell, and Telus in Customer Satisfaction Survey
24/11/2008
Virgin America is hoping to lure new passengers to its airline, with a new in-flight Wi-Fi service available on board its Airbus A320 aircraft.“Gogo,” as the service is called, allows passengers to surf the web, use email and instant messaging, download files, and connect to secure networks. Internet-based VoIP calling has been blocked by the airline, however, in an attempt to spare...
 
New Brunswick Schools Block Facebook Access
22/11/2008
American cell phone carrier, Verizon Wireless, apologized today upon disclosing news that some of its employees had viewed the private cell phone records of U.S. President-elect, Barack Obama, without authorization.“A number of Verizon Wireless employees have, without authorization, accessed and viewed President-elect Barack Obama’s personal cell phone account,” revealed Verizon...
 
CRTC Allows BCE Traffic Shaping, Calls for Further Debate on Net Neutrality
19/11/2008
Canadian telecommunications giant, Telus Corp., has revealed plans to invest $100 million in its health-care technology division over the next three years, as it seeks diversified revenue opportunities in the face of global economic turmoil.The health-care business will be unified under the ‘Telus Health Solutions’ brand name, and will build and run networks to share medical records...
 
Telus to Invest $100-Million in Health Care Technology Business
18/11/2008
America’s leading cable operator, Comcast, has announced plans to extend its fastest ‘wideband’ internet service to Oregon and southwest Washington state.The wideband service is underpinned by a technology called DOCSIS 3.0, and allows for downstream connection speeds of up to 50-Mbps. It was first launched earlier this year in Minneapolis-St. Paul, and expanded to Boston,...
 
TiVo and Domino’s Enable Pizza Delivery Orders via Home TV
17/11/2008
The average global cost of residential high-speed internet services has decreased 20% this year alone, according to new analysis by Point Topic, a British research firm.The biggest price drop this year has been for DSL services, which dropped from an average monthly cost of $67 in the first quarter to $53 in the third.The U.S. market has been relatively untouched by the trend, with American...
 
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