Discount wireless carrier Wind Mobile is asking regulators to impact the notoriously high roaming rates Canadians have been paying for years. Wind, which is vying to be Canada's fourth national carrier, told a Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission hearing on Monday that current roaming rates are “far higher than what is just...read more
A rare Porsche 918 Spyder Hybrid was razed after bursting into flames at an Esso gas station in Toronto this...read more
A couple of years ago, Canadian entrepreneur Eric Migicovsky successfully pivoted his company from a BlackBerry-based smartwatch company to one focused entirely on iOS and Android. He did so by raising more than $10 million from 66,000 backers on Kickstarter, smashing his goal of $100,000 and setting a crowdfunding record that wasn't broken for—in internet time, at least—ages.read more
A dating site has uncovered "shocking insights" into the modern world of infidelity.
Victoria Milan, a dating website for attached and married people looking to cheat, says cheaters are getting more bold, taking more risks, and aren’t worried about getting caught.read more
With the rise in telecommuting, the mass popularity of paper-thin laptops and tablets, and of course Canadians' everlasting love for coffee, where one goes to score free wifi—because one will go somewhere to score free wifi—matters.read more
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission this week released information on the telecommunications sector from the 2014 Communications Monitoring Report.read more
The Art of Entrepreneurship is a one-day conference that features a collection of renowned authors, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs.read more
Startup hubs Vancouver and Waterloo were named among Canada's best cities to live and work.
A new report from the Conference Board of Canada ranks Waterloo, Calgary, Ottawa, Richmond Hill, Vancouver, and St. John’s as the six cities in Canada graded "A" for a "strong magnetic pull."read more
Netflix is the leading application in Canada, and on select networks, can account for up to 40% of downstream traffic in the peak evening hours.read more
Telus has revealed that in 2013 alone it received more than 100,000 requests for customer data from the government and law enforcement agencies.read more