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Telus is still the fastest mobile carrier in Canada, says Ookla

Telus wins again as Canada's fastest mobile carrier, but Rogers has the highest 5G availability.

Bell moves critical services to Google Cloud in new partnership

Bell takes another step into digitally transforming its infrastructure.

Intel cans Lakefield hybrid processor just one year after launch

The product was just a little over a year old. A wee lad indeed.

Coffee Briefing, July 6, 2021 – Qualcomm dumps Arm for PC; FTC charges Broadcom; used cars to get expensive in Canada;and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. These briefings drop on Tuesday mornings. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered...

Ericsson and Google Cloud team up to develop 5G at the edge

The two companies aim to create new business opportunities for telecom service providers.

BAI Communications acquires U.S.-based Mobilitie

BAI will absorb Mobilitie's existing network infrastructure, including over 10,000 small cells and 300 towers in the U.S.

Lenovo releases the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4 laptop

Bigger screen and way better graphics, but no OLED option.

Rogers speeds up network development due to greater regulatory certainty

The company says it's developing networks faster than at any time in its history.

St. John’s has faster internet than Toronto and Vancouver, says PCMag

Canada's regional ISPs beat major telcos in service speeds.

Microsoft Canada and Computers for Success Canada look to get refurbished hardware to underserved communities 

Last week, Microsoft Canada announced it has initiated the CEO Pledge, in joint effort with Computers for Success Canada, to help close the digital skills gap by providing devices to those in underserved communities.

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