Wind Mobile's financial backer has written off its $768 million investment in the startup, leading one financial analyst to declare the carrier "all but dead." Dvai Ghose, head of research at Canaccord Genuity
What do startups Wind Mobile, Mobilicity, Public Mobile and giant Telus Corp. have in common? Besides selling wireless, all have pulled out of their industry lobby group, The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA).
The difference between the way the Canadian and U.S. governments work was illustrated this week when the U.S. House of Representatives passed a law telling bureaucrats they have to use software smarter. The
The telecommunications industry has been wondering how hard the Harper government will hit the country’s three biggest wireless carriers after stating last year that it will carefully look over every proposed transfer of
Canadian hospitals need to roll out more digital tools to serve the needs of a growing number of tech-savvy seniors that are demanding health information and services be made available online and through
Concerns around funding are keeping many municipalities around the world from fully implementing their smart city projects, according to analyst firm IDC. This, coupled with many city governments’ risk-adverse nature will account for
Canada Post has partnered with Etsy Inc. in a venture that will offer the Crown corporation’s shipping services to sellers running their businesses on the Etsy e-commerce platform. “The Etsy community has been
Ottawa and the private sector are putting a combined $6 million into an independent agency to “realize the full potential” of open data from Canadian governments. The Open Data Institute was announced this