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Apple’s TV iOS App Makes an Appearance in Canada [PICS]

Last fall, Apple announced U.S. customers would gain access to a new iOS app called TV, which would streamline single-sign on apps across iPhone, iPad and Apple TV 4. Now, it appears the TV iOS app is popping up in Canada randomly. While the app isn’t functioning, iPhone in Canada reader @Johnavan_T says the app...

Jimmy Iovine Dishes on Apple Music TV Expansion Rumours

Jimmy Iovine has once again hinted that Apple may indeed be looking to follow Netflix and Amazon down the original TV programming route, telling The Hollywood Reporter that “We’re going to do whatever hits popular culture smack on the nose.” At the Television Critics Association that took place on Saturday, where Iovine appeared to promote his […]

Telus to Reduce Home Service Bundle Savings by $2 per Product

According to a new report from MobileSyrup, Telus will reduce the amount of savings you get for your home service bundle starting on March 1. The telecom will be reducing the savings by $2 per product, citing infrastructure costs. A statement published by the company to their support site says: “The cost of providing Telus...

Cord-Cutting in Canada Increases for TV Subscribers

While it was certainly another big year for wireless and Internet business in Canada, cord-cutters are slowly denting broadcasters’ profits. While it isn’t a large number in the scheme of things, cord-cutting continues to chip away at the traditional television sector, a trend that industry watchers expect will continue on into this year. According to a […]

Apple Hires Former Time Warner Cable Executive to Focus on Cloud Services

According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, Apple hired former Time Warner Cable executive Peter Stern to improve their cloud services business. Stern's hire, which was confirmed by a spokesperson from Apple, could help Apple disrupt the cable industry with new subscription-based products. While at Time Warner Cable, Stern served as chief product,...

Rogers’ shomi Streaming Service Turns One Year Old

Rogers' and Shaw's streaming service shomi celebrated the first anniversary of its national debut on August 20. To celebrate the milestone, Rogers and Shaw have released statistics showing how well the streaming service has done in the first year of operation across Canada. - 17,698 – The total number of episodes available to stream. That’s...