Liveport, a leading high-speed wireless Internet provider to hotels across North America, will now be servicing the Australian market. Many disgruntled Australian travelers and worried hotel owners had reported that WiFi services were falling behind the quality of those offered in North America and Europe, said Liveport. Furthermore, poor signals, low speeds and high prices [...]
TeraGo Networks (TSX:TGO) has expanded to Burlington, ON and is now offering internet access, voice technology, and private network services to business customers. TeraGo’s CEO Bryan Boyd said: “Burlington is currently experiencing significant economic growth and the demand for broadband communications to support the new business infrastructure is increasing. This recent development in Burlington is [...]
There are eight more locations across Saskatchewan now enjoying faster and better Internet access thanks to SaskTel’s 4G wireless network expansion. Ron Styles, SaskTel President and CEO said: “Our 4G wireless network delivers increased bandwidth, greater international roaming and a wider selection of wireless devices. 4G will enable SaskTel to make a smooth transition to [...]
Trend Micro today announced DirectPass, a secure password keeper that syncs via multiple devices. With the amount of online passwords the average end user has today, the idea of the product is to consolidate your online credentials, so you can have secure access to your accounts anywhere, without compromising their security. As noted by the [...]
Rogers announced today their new TV and home entertainment solution, called NextBox 2.0. The new offering essentially consists of three new feature sets: * Whole Home PVR: Exactly as it sounds, this allows you to watch anything you have recorded on your PVR on any other TV with a NextBox HD terminal. The rise in [...]
SaskTel and the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) have partnered with the Federal Government of Canada to boost Internet services in 68 aboriginal communities. More than 15,000 students in 89 on-reserve schools will benefit from the move and Canada’s First Nations should see drastic improvement through better online access to matters related to healthcare, [...]
Teksavvy, a popular third party internet access (TPIA) provider based out of Chatham Ontario, has announced that it is raising the price of its cable and DSL internet packages by as much as 15% effective February 2nd.
The company will also be introducing new cable and DSL Internet packages with varying bandwidth caps in an effort to appeal to more price sensitive consumers and to heavy downloaders who don’t want any bandwidth cap constraints.
As reported on Digital Home in early December, Shaw Communications has begun consumer trials of its broadband wireless network using WiFi technology in Calgary, Vancouver and Edmonton.
In order to improve the quality of its new service, Shaw is asking Digital Forum members to try out the new service and then to complete a short survey about their experience.