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In a Flash it was over: In the face of rising popularity of HTML 5, Adobe Systems says it has stopped developing Flash Player for mobile browsers.
Canadian businesses are too slow to react and too scared of change, speakers at SAP World’s Toronto event told an audience. Read why.
After being forced to withdraw an earlier ruling on setting wholesale access rates for independent Internet providers, the CRTC came up with a new plan
– one that many ISPs complained will force them to raise rates.
As wireless devices take over the world, small wonder Montreal’s Trellia Networks, which offers a cloud-based mobile device management software, was bought by Wyse Technology.
Do you recognize the name Federico Faggin? You should. He led the design and development of the first microprocessor 40 years ago. Here he looks back on his work.