Canada’s three leading wireless carriers are being sued by the Competition Bureau for misleading consumers. Bell Canada, Telus, Rogers, as well as the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA), will face legal action over “misleading” advertising of texting services. The Competition Bureau concluded, after a five month investigation, that the three telecom incumbents, along with the [...]
Took a stroll up to Yonge and Bloor today to check out the grand opening of a new retail location they opened, which also served as the official launch of the new community concept model they are using in their stores. The Eaton Centre store had already been updated to this model as well, but [...]
This video was produced by Rogers and essentially generalizes statistics surrounding Canadian consumer tech usage and patterns. You can check out the video at http://roge.rs/IZ8Wf9, where there are also a list of sources that were used to compile the information used in the video. The video highlight some interesting future trends, which you can talk about in our Internet, [...]
There are a couple of reasons that this phone launch is an exciting one. First, the phone is exclusively available at the Sony Store, where you can buy it outright or on a contract through Rogers. Second, this phone ties into the Sony Entertainment Network, including the Sony Music Unlimited service we wrote about last [...]
In order to help the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program, Fido will be launching a contest whereas you can text the word “Fido” to an upcoming advertised phone number or find a Fido team member within 15 Canadian cities (including Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto) after 5PM on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday throughout the rest [...]
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 [...]
In a letter to customers this week, Rogers has announced it will be discontinuing its Portable Internet service on March 1, 2012.
The pre-Wimax service, first announced in 2005, used the Inukshuk Wireless network to deliver wireless Internet service to over 150 communities and 30 million Canadians across Canada.
Microsoft this week will roll out a firmware update for the Xbox 360 Video game console which the company is calling the “Future of TV.”
According to the software giant, the updated firmware will usher in a “new era in entertainment” giving Xbox owners “A single box that ties together all the content you want, made easily accessible through a universal, natural, voice-directed search.”