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  1. Industry News
    Early this year after completing a strategic review of its business, Shaw Communications announced that it had cancelled its plans to build a wireless network in Western Canada. In its place, the company would invest in building a broadband wireless network using WiFi technologies. Today Shaw...
  2. Industry News
    Sony Canada today announced the Reader Wi-Fi which the company claims will be the world's lightest eReader and one of the longest lasting thanks to an estimated battery life of over three weeks. With Wi-Fi turned off, battery life is estimated at over a month. According to the company, the...
  3. Industry News
    In 2008, Shaw spent $190 million for wireless spectrum in Western Canada. The company's goal at the time was to offer its more than two million customers in the west the quadruple play of services - Internet, wireline phone, TV and wireless. Now, after a strategic review of the wireless...
  4. On the Web
    Starting today, more than 1,000 McDonald's Restaurants across Canada will begin offering free and unlimited Wi-Fi ot its customres. By month's end, more than 90 per cent of the company's 1,400 plus locations nationally will be enabled with the new service, making McDonald's Restaurants of...
  5. Industry News
    Starting today, more than 1,000 McDonald's Restaurants across Canada will begin offering free and unlimited Wi-Fi ot its customres. By month's end, more than 90 per cent of the company's 1,400 plus locations nationally will be enabled with the new service, making McDonald's Restaurants of...
  6. Industry News
    Bigger screen televisions, Wifi and PVRs are among the hottest new trends and devices in American homes according to Nielsens second quarter 2010 home technology report. Tech devices which aren't so hot include: satellite radio, DVD players, VCRs and personal digital assistants. The survey of...
  7. Antenna Research & Development
    Sorry for being slightly off topic, but... It's been mentioned in the past that those old Look-TV antennas cannot be used for OTA, which is understandable. However, I was looking to build a WiFi biquad dish antenna to enhance my wireless signal, when I realized that I still had an old Look TV...
  8. Industry News
    Cogeco Data Services announced today it will begin offering a $5 a month WiFi plan for iPad users in downtown Toronto when the device launches later this month in Canada. The iPad plan is identical to WiFi service plans which Cogeco began to offer last summer for iPhone and iPod touch users...
  9. Industry News
    In an effort to spread some seasonal good cheer Google announced today that it will be offering weary travelers free WiFi at 47 U.S. airports from now until January 15, 2010. The company also said that it will match any donation donations made via the WiFi network, up to a maximum of $250,000...
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