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Rogers announces 2.5Gbps internet as a free upgrade to some customers

The fast gets faster: On the heels of its 8Gbps internet plan coming this summer, Rogers has released another subscription tier to its Ignite...

AMD announces Ryzen Pro 6000 series mobile processors for business

AMD has released its next-generation commercial-grade mobile processors with improved efficiency, new graphics, and higher compute performance. The 6000 series Ryzen Pro processors, based on...

Rogers proposes Xplornet to purchase Freedom Mobile

Rogers has allegedly proposed Xplornet to purchase Freedom Mobile, in order to gain regulatory approval for its acquisition of Shaw Communications, reported the Globe...

Rogers to offer 8Gbps home internet this summer

It’s the higher the better when it comes to internet speeds, and Rogers just took the crown in Canada. The company announced on April...

Government rejects petition to amend virtual mobile operator policy

The Canadian government has rejected a petition submitted by dotmobile (also known as Data on Tap) to revise the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO)...

An interview with Intel Canada: strategy, partnership, and talent

With Intel busy expanding its manufacturing and supply chain worldwide, we had a chance to sit down with Greg Ernst, corporate vice-president of sales...

Threat actors have new tools for attacking ICS, SCADA devices, say US cyber agencies

Tools have a modular architecture enabling hackers to conduct highly automated exploits against targeted devices

First quarter PC shipments robust despite decline from 2021

PC shipments fell 5.1 per cent in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the same period a year ago, according to industry analysts...

Bell now offers 3 Gbps home internet

Bell has become the first Canadian internet service provider to offer 3 Gbps home internet. The new plan, announced on April 6, offers 3 Gbps...

What are QR codes and how do they work?

When it comes to scan and go technology, there's perhaps nothing more ubiquitous than QR codes. These blotches of squares exist in almost everywhere....

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Telstra and Pulse (a 30,000-member online IT community) recently surveyed 100 technology decision-makers at Canadian companies to understand their network infrastructure priorities. They uncovered...

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By HPE and OnX Canada Any growing business inevitably has growing IT needs. But it can be almost impossible to know the precise computing requirements...

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