Articles By Michel Labelle

IPhone – the $30 Rogers offer – Something smells…

IPhone – the $30 Rogers offer – Something smells…

There is something that has been bothering me about the Rogers $30 for 6 Gb of data offer....

July 10th, 2008 Michel Labelle
David McGuinty steps into the Rogers IPhone pricing debate

David McGuinty steps into the Rogers IPhone pricing debate

David McGuinty will be stepping into the Rogers/Iphone debate over at ruinediphone.com"July 8, 2008 On Wednesday July 9, at 3:00...

July 8th, 2008 Michel Labelle
Are the telecoms trying to kill off SMS?

Are the telecoms trying to kill off SMS?

Let's face it with the tweens today, SMS is a vital feature on their phones....

July 8th, 2008 Michel Labelle
Bell takes another on the chin over P2P filtering

Bell takes another on the chin over P2P filtering

Google has spoken out about the Bell traffic shaping....

July 8th, 2008 Michel Labelle
The week in review

The week in review

Probably the biggest tech item this week is the final approvals being granted for take over of Bell Canada Enterprises...

July 5th, 2008 Michel Labelle
Desktop Virtualization

Desktop Virtualization

There is a great debate over at BrianMadding.com about the future of desktop virtualization....

June 27th, 2008 Michel Labelle
And the posts keep coming

And the posts keep coming

Guess we still have a soap box....Just a few updates on some of the past posts. Roger's voice/data plans for...

June 27th, 2008 Michel Labelle
Wireless competition by the numbers

Wireless competition by the numbers

The ongoing saga at the CRTC wireless spectrum auction needs a little more explanation as to why this will ultimately...

June 8th, 2008 Michel Labelle
Cloud Computing – hmmm

Cloud Computing – hmmm

Can we say carrier or vendor hosted VMWare farm?Ok, I'm sure IBM et. al. could define it better, but for...

June 6th, 2008 Michel Labelle
Rogers releases UMA capable BlackBerry

Rogers releases UMA capable BlackBerry

BlackBerryCool has an interesting update from Rogers regarding the release of a Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) capable BlackBerry. What's cool...

June 5th, 2008 Michel Labelle