Canadian provider may finally have a way to sell its wireless spectrum

Canadian provider may finally have a way to sell its wireless spectrum

For the past five years, Gerald McGoey has unsuccessfully tried to sell or trade some 90Mhz of wireless spectrum covering...

December 14th, 2008 Howard Solomon

FCC supports conditional use of ‘white spaces’

FCC supports conditional use of ‘white spaces’

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin said last week that he will support allowing conditional unlicensed use of the so-called...

October 19th, 2008 Brad Reed

Facebook’s Beacon will continue to track users

Facebook’s Beacon will continue to track users

Facebook's CEO and Founder Mark Zuckerberg has profusely apologized for missteps in the design and deployment of the Beacon ad...

December 6th, 2007 Juan Carlos Perez

Facebook apologizes over Beacon, offers opt-out

Facebook apologizes over Beacon, offers opt-out

Facebook is giving members of its social network the ability to completely decline participating in the company's controversial Beacon ad...

December 5th, 2007 Juan Carlos Perez

Some sobering reading for the news business

Some sobering reading for the news business

The business of news was generally predictable and could generate large fortunes for centuries after the printing press was perfected....

August 27th, 2007 Scott Bradner

Mobile TV to alter viewing habits in Philippines

Mobile TV to alter viewing habits in Philippines

TV watching in the Philippines is expected to experience a dramatic change in terms of prime time viewing and TV...

July 26th, 2007 Tom S Noda

Virginia Tech tragedy signals need for a pervasive emergency alert system

Virginia Tech tragedy signals need for a pervasive emergency alert system

I'm writing this column on the day of the Virginia Tech national tragedy. Aside from the natural emotions from this...

April 22nd, 2007 Roger A. Grimes

Lightening up with some new funny features

Lightening up with some new funny features

Flipping through this issue of ComputerWorld Canada, you might notice a few changes — ones that will hopefully bring a...

April 27th, 2006 Greg Enright

Mobile viruses could score big at soccer World Cup

Mobile viruses could score big at soccer World Cup

Next year's FIFA World Cup soccer tournament in Germany could be fertile ground for mobile phone viruses if the World...

August 15th, 2005 John Blau