Startup Meraki to finish dropped SF Wi-Fi project

Startup Meraki to finish dropped SF Wi-Fi project

City-wide free Wi-Fi in San Francisco isn't dead after all.Wireless networking startup Meraki plans to deliver free wireless Internet access,...

January 3rd, 2008 Peter Sayer

All of Montreal could be wrapped in WiMax blanket

All of Montreal could be wrapped in WiMax blanket

2009 is the deadline by which two Quebec-based companies are aiming to have all of Montreal wrapped under a huge...

June 19th, 2007

Montreal to be covered in WiMax blanket

Montreal to be covered in WiMax blanket

Two Quebec-based companies plan to wrap all of Montreal under a huge WiMAX-based "WiFi blanket" by 2009. Internet service provider...

June 18th, 2007

Philippine company expands Wi-Fi service

Philippine company expands Wi-Fi service

Innove Communications' GlobeQUEST has announced it is expanding its Wireless Internet Zone (WiZ) service across the Philippines and abroad through...

April 19th, 2006 Anna Chato

Government loan supports expansion of Internet services

Government loan supports expansion of Internet services

Access to high-speed Internet in southwestern Manitoba has received a major boost through a repayable government loan to support a...

April 2nd, 2003 IT World Canada Staff

NEC to supply Telef

NEC to supply Telef

Despite Europe's slow take-up of I-mode, Spanish mobile operator Telef...

February 20th, 2003 John Blau

What’s up for the Internet in 2003?

What’s up for the Internet in 2003?

Eat your heart out, Miss Cleo. Our forecast for the Internet in 2003 is based on much more than psychic...

January 2nd, 2003 Tom Spring

Singapore gets nationwide wireless Internet

Singapore gets nationwide wireless Internet

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (SingTel) has launched a broadband wireless Internet service which has access points across the 740 square-kilometre city-state,...

September 30th, 2002 David Legard

Wireless content providers from Japan look to Europe

Wireless content providers from Japan look to Europe

Japanese wireless content providers are laying the groundwork to bring their wireless content services to the European market, starting with...

January 20th, 2002 Kuriko Miyake