Renaud Larue-Langlois

Half journalist, half IT Manager, full technology nerd. After a 25+ year career in IT, becoming a writer was a natural choice for Renaud. It literally runs in his family. His areas of interest are... anything, as long as it's technology-related. He can be reached at [email protected]

Articles by Renaud Larue-Langlois

Québecor acquires 5G spectrum licenses in Manitoba and Quebec

Continuing their expansion in Canada, Québecor and its subsidiary Vidéotron have just invested nearly $10 million to acquire new 5G wireless spectrum licenses, in...

Federal funding announced to develop the quantum computer of tomorrow

Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a $40 million investment to enable Toronto-based quantum computing company Xanadu to build and commercialize the world's first...

TekSavvy urges Minister Champagne to block the Rogers-Shaw merger and deny Vidéotron bid for Freedom Mobile

Fearing that, after the Cabinet decision on wholesale rates, the federal government's approval of the Rogers-Shaw merger would result in further "rate-fixing and price...

Amazon to cut 18,000 jobs

Troubles in the US tech sector continue, as e-commerce giant Amazon announced Wednesday night that “a little more than 18,000” jobs will be cut. The...

Study: the most dangerous searches for software online

In a recent study, Surfshark analyzed search results obtained by Googling for downloads of popular software, and their findings are enough to make you...

The first OCP Ready data center in Canada to open in Lévis, Québec

QScale, which builds eco-responsible data centers for applications such as supercomputing and artificial intelligence, has announced that its Q01 campus has obtained the OCP...

Number of private mobile networks increasing, according to the GSA

In its annual report on private mobile networks, the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) reveals that it has identified at least 955 organizations deploying...

Telus’ request to charge credit card processing fees for regulated home telephone services rejected by CRTC

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has refused Telus' request to charge processing fees to its customers from Alberta and British Columbia for...

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