Health Minister Caught Misleading Canadians about Safety of their Wireless Devices
Rogers brings Ignite Gigabit to Neighbourhoods across St John
1 Gig high speed goes rural in Ontario
Including Breakthrough New Camera Systems, the Best Battery Life Ever in an iPhone and Water & Dust Resistance
Canada most powerful home Wi-Fi and the world first fully wireless 4K IPTV service - now available only from Bell Fibe
Kaspersky Lab Study Proves Smartphones Distract Workers and Decrease Productivity
According to a new psychological experiment by the Universities of Würzburg and Nottingham Trent, commissioned by Kaspersky Lab, consumers are 26 percent more productive at work without their smartphones.
How young is too young for a smartphone? We asked the experts
Survey: Too many new smartphone models made each year
NEW LG V20 TO BE WORLD FIRST PHONE TO LAUNCH WITH ANDROID 7.0 NOUGAT
Microsoft Slashing Nearly 3,000 Jobs in Phone Business
Samsung profit surges to 2-year high on Galaxy phone sales
BlackBerry announces the World Most Secure Android Smartpone-DTEK50
DTEK50 is BlackBerry’s second smartphone powered by Android, following the PRIV.
Rogers and Fido Customers Can Now Stay Connected Downtown on the SkyTrain
Schneider Electric Launches Wiser Air Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat in Canada with Eco IQ
BlackBerry to Stop Manufacturing Classic Smartphone Model
BlackBerry Ltd. will no longer manufacture the BlackBerry Classic, a beloved, updated model of the original that made the company a smartphone leader before Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. dethroned it.
GoDaddy App For New Business Ideas Now Available On Android Devices
Most Canadian internet, wireless packages have data caps, report finds
Internet usage limits — and overage charges for those who exceed them — are a feature of most internet and wireless packages in Canada, leading to confusion and potentially expensive bills for consumers, says a new report from Open Media.
Gartner Says Worldwide Smartphone Sales to Slow in 2016
A Little Wi-Fi Magic Makes Happy Guests
For frequent travellers it can be frustrating how bad the Wi-Fi in 90% of hotels still is.