Canadian Telecom Summit 2014

#FollowFriday: Canadian Telecom Summit edition

It's best known as a place where regulatory issues are debated among incumbents and challengers, but this year's Canadian Telecom...

June 20th, 2014 Shane Schick

Industry Canada once willing to let incumbents buy startups: Rogers

The Harper government has virtually declared that incumbent carriers won't ever be able to get hold of prized AWS spectrum...

June 18th, 2014 Howard Solomon

Cloud Computing

It’s time carriers did better, says new Rogers chief

The telecom industry has invested billions in new wireless networks but it isn't making it easy for cellphone users, says...

June 16th, 2014 Andrew Brooks

Are Canada’s telcos at a security tipping point?

Telecommunications providers are giants targets for cyber-attacks because they are hubs for digital traffic. Which is why they have to...

June 16th, 2014 Andrew Brooks

B.C., Rogers announce $450 million wireless coverage plan

The B.C. government is partnering with Rogers to expand the province's wireless networks. The $450-million, three-year plan will expand wireless...

June 13th, 2014 Andrew Brooks

Binary Code

Rogers, TekSavvy reveal law enforcement data demands

Law enforcement agencies made just over 174,900 requests to Rogers Communications Inc. last year for customer information, the carrier said...

June 5th, 2014 Howard Solomon

Rogers, Vodafone ink partnership

Wireless users at large multinational corporations are among those who might benefit from Rogers Communications' new partnership with U.S.-based Vodafone....

June 3rd, 2014 Howard Solomon

Rogers re-engineers with new customer service strategy

Rogers Communications Inc. last week unveiled a multi-year plan to work on improving the company’s less-than-stellar reputation for customer service,...

May 26th, 2014 Andrew Brooks

Telus drops hunt for Mobilicity

Sober second thought. That's what the Senate's there for, or so we're told. But you don't always need a plush...

May 21st, 2014 Andrew Brooks