The CRTC has publicly congratulated the wireless carriers for “develop[ing] specifications” for an emergency alert messages system, but stated that it is now “critical that emergency alert messages be delivered to mobile devices,” not just on television and radio stations.
Canadians are not using mobile technologies as much at work as they are at home, creating a widening and costly productivity gap, a new study shows…
When Apple Maps debuted, it was considered one of the least usable Apple products ever created, but has slowly improved with more accurate topography and more nuanced navigation directions. One of the lasting omissions, however, was transit directions, which helps companies like Citymapper, Moovit and Montreal’s Transit App to pick up the slack.
If your cellphone provider has been calling you unexpectedly with deals, it’s not a fluke
Canada’s wireless carriers are preparing for an unprecedented wave of customer free-agency as a new regulation kicks in next week, and that could mean some good deals for people who are willing to bargain with their carrier.
BlackBerry is making some job cuts worldwide, and its devices business seems to be the most affected. BlackBerry confirmed the move but has not specified how many employees are being let go, but did send out a statement in response to the news:“We continue to grow customer-facing teams around the world, and we continue to invest in bringing in new talent to support areas of strategic focus around software, enterprise, security and the Internet of Things, for
Is there a rule banning three-year contracts in Canada?
Three-year contracts are not illegal, but thanks to the national wireless code the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) launched in 2013, they are no longer common.