Today’s Parent magazine has launched their own iOS app, available for free.
Quebecor announced its first quarter earnings.
You can now ‘cast’ CraveTV from your iOS device to Google Chromecast.
Rogers Media has cut 100 jobs from its TV operations at City and OMNI.
SaskTel customers will soon be able to access CraveTV, Bell’s premium television streaming service.
Telus reports its first quarter earnings and the numbers are looking good.
The CRTC decision yesterday on regulating wholesale wireless roaming rates have been applauded by WIND and Quebecor.
You’ll soon be able to access free Wi-Fi in Vancouver taxis thanks to TELUS and Yellow Cab.
GLENTEL has been given the green light to proceed in its sale to Bell.
The CRTC will regulate wholesale roaming rates incumbents charge smaller wireless players.
Rogers’ sub-brand Chatr has now expanded beyond its original seven markets.
Rogers and Fido customers are receiving notifications they are set to receive 1GB of free data per month.