Vancouver Olympics goes mobile

Vancouver Olympics goes mobile

Technology organizers for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver will use mobile technology for information flow throughout the event....

April 11th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman

Yes, but… Putting the grid in government

Yes, but… Putting the grid in government

No news here: The federal government wants to reduce head counts, centralize computing resources,and move service to Canadians to an...

April 4th, 2005 Richard Bray

Resort firm books a trip with IP

Resort firm books a trip with IP

Canadian telecommunications firm Telus on Thursday announced the inking of a deal with Vancouver-based resort operator Intrawest Corp. that will...

March 17th, 2005 Greg Enright

Lost Packets for March 4, 2005

Lost Packets for March 4, 2005

Red carpet greetings William Shatner is taking Rogers Wireless voicemail where it has not boldly gone before. The Toronto-based company...

February 28th, 2005 Vanessa Ho

Video app no ugly mug

Video app no ugly mug

Criminals in British Columbia beware! A new mug shot sharing system will be implemented by the end of this year...

December 9th, 2004 Vanessa Ho

Indian outsourcer discusses business in Canada

Indian outsourcer discusses business in Canada

One Indian offshore developer is counting on a new, local services centre to help expand its presence in Canada.Tata Consultancy...

November 22nd, 2004 Patricia Pickett

Blast Radius buys Corel’s XMetal

Blast Radius buys Corel’s XMetal

Blast Radius Inc., an IT services company focusing mainly on large-scale Web applications, on Monday announced its purchase of the...

February 9th, 2004 Rebecca Reid

‘SIP-ifying’ the PSTN

‘SIP-ifying’ the PSTN

As service providers struggle to shore up declining voice revenues with new data services, one company says it has the...

November 14th, 2003 Stefan Dubowski

Quick Hits

Quick Hits

In order to prove once and for all that computer gaming has moved from geekiness to sexiness, Gamer.tv, a Web...

October 20th, 2003 No Author