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Huawei to focus on smart devices in Canada, forgoes phones for 2022

What product is Huawei looking to push in Canada?

Federal court rejects Telus request to block Videotron’s 5G spectrum purchase in western Canada

The Federal Court has denied Telus’s request to block Quebecor’s Videotron from purchasing set-aside mid-band 5G licenses in the recent 3,500MHz spectrum auction. According to Federal...

Coffee Briefing, Oct. 26, 2021 – All the recent tech news; a podcast roundup; and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts.

Google Pixel 6 series the first to be certified on Rogers standalone 5G

Rogers customers just got one more reason to purchase a Pixel 6 or a Pixel 6 Pro: the new Google flagship phones have become...

Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro launch with homebrew Tensor chip

Can the Google Tensor processor ready to compete with other high-end smartphones?

Security of Canadian vaccine credential storage app questioned

PortPass app taken offline after reports that personal information of registered users could be seen by anyone

Xplornet launches first rural standlone 5G network

Rural area network provider Xplornet launches its standalone 5G network for fixed wireless services.

Eastlink announces $26 million mobile network expansion project in New Brunswick

The project is expected to last two years.

Canadian 5G networks excel in gaming, Opensignal report finds

Canada’s biggest telecom operators ranked high in 5G gaming performance, an Opensignal report that measured 5G network performance of 106 network operators found. The Big...

Apple iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are here

Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro series, announced today, brings major improvements in connectivity, performance, camera and display. The 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro and the 6.7-inch Pro...

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With the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdowns, many businesses have had to move quickly to support work-from-home (WFH) staff. The transition has been reasonably...

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For many companies, providing remote access is no big deal. At Shopify, for example, about half of its roughly 4,000 employees in Canada were...

Meeting the challenge of keeping in touch

Struggling Canadian workers find a lifeline in three months of free access to RingCentral Office As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, and closures become...

The workplace is changing fast — are you?

A rapid rise in the percentage of people working remotely actually follows a trend toward work-from-home that’s been occurring for years now. In fact,...