CRTC bill of rights neglects cell phone, Internet users

CRTC bill of rights neglects cell phone, Internet users

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEThe Canadian Radio-Telecommunications Commission's (CRTC) legalese-free "bill of rights" - covering local telephone service - has been...

August 30th, 2006

Still a force

Still a force

A tiny, yellow icon emulating a closed envelope at the bottom right-hand corner of the computer monitor isn’t what makes...

April 15th, 2004 Allison Taylor

AT&T set to scoop up Excite@Home assets

AT&T set to scoop up Excite@Home assets

As expected, Excite@Home Inc. announced Friday that AT&T Corp. will purchase the broadband Internet access business and services assets of...

October 1st, 2001 Ashlee Vance

AOL near release of interoperable instant messaging

AOL near release of interoperable instant messaging

America Online Inc. said it's close to releasing an interoperable version of its instant messenger (IM) and ICQ real-time chat...

July 26th, 2001 Jennifer DiSabatino

AOL near release of interoperable instant messaging

AOL near release of interoperable instant messaging

America Online Inc. said it's close to releasing an interoperable version of its instant messenger (IM) and ICQ real-time chat...

July 24th, 2001 Jennifer DiSabatino

i-Cable ends Netease acquisition talks

i-Cable ends Netease acquisition talks

Hong Kong-based Internet service provider i-Cable Communications Ltd. has terminated acquisition talks with mainland Chinese portal Netease.com Inc., according to...

June 18th, 2001 Sumner Lemon

Earthlink and Time Warner ink broadband agreement

Earthlink and Time Warner ink broadband agreement

EarthLink Inc., the United States' second largest Internet service provider, will become the first major ISP to be able to...

November 21st, 2000 James Evans

Corporate Internet access drives home usage

Corporate Internet access drives home usage

Canadians are becoming accustomed to accessing the Internet from their offices, and that workplace functionality is increasingly driving them to...

February 11th, 1999 Rebecca Maxwell