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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....

Intel releases Arc discrete mobile graphics

Intel’s first dedicated mobile GPU is finally here. On March 30, the company released its first dedicated mobile graphics solution based on its Xe...

Hydro One uses utility poles to deploy internet service in new pilot with the Ontario government

The Ontario government has kickstarted a pilot project with Hydro One to bridge the digital divide for 1,450 residents in the municipality of Brighton. During...

Rogers acquires Nova Scotia’s Cross Country TV

Rogers has quietly snapped up regional communication and internet service provider Cross Country TV, based in Nova Scotia, according to a notice posted on...

CRTC agrees to let Rogers buy Shaw’s broadcasting services

The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has agreed to let Rogers buy Shaw's broadcasting services, with specified conditions and modifications. As a part of...

Studies reveal that full-stack observability and automation adoption are priorities for businesses in 2022

A new study reveals that 91 per cent of Canadian technologists believe that the shift to full-stack observability will be transformational for their business. Full-stack...

Telus is upping its fixed wireless Internet speed game in rural communities across B.C. and Alberta

Telus is bringing faster fixed wireless Internet speeds to nearly 60 rural communities across British Columbia and Alberta by the end of the year.

Ericsson names new chief legal officer ahead of its annual general meeting

Swedish telecommunication company Ericsson welcomed a new chief legal officer in a statement from its board of directors, ahead of its annual general meeting...

Samsung’s A53 5G smartphone could be this year’s best midrange heavy-hitter

Samsung announced the Galaxy A53 5G smartphone on March 17, bringing more performance to its popular mid-range lineup. The A53 5G is visually identical to...

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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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