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Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and, most recently, Yahoo, have disclosed the number of requests they have received over the past year or so from the U.S. Government and authorities for data relating to their users.
Rather than show off a new slew of laptops and tablets, HP used its Discover event in Las Vegas, NV to talk about everything it's doing to support what those devices can do, and emphasize that the PC desktop isn't dead yet.
After weeks of rumblings and rumours, Google Inc. has confirmed its acquisition of mobile mapping company, Waze. Financials of the deal weren't disclosed, but Reuters, citing those familiar with the deal, reports that the sale price was a little north of US$1 billion.
Telus Corporation has confirmed that it will invest $245 million in Ontario during 2013. This money will be put towards new infrastructure and technology across the province.
Bloomberg, citing a person familiar with the matter, is reporting that Google Inc. has agreed to acquire mobile mapping company Waze for US$1.1B.
Marketnews is sad to report the untimely death of Charles (Charlie) Robertson, Owner of CR3 Media in Gatineau, QC. Charlie passed away on Monday, June 3 at the age of 58, after suffering a stroke over the weekend.
On the heels of the Telus and Mobilicity deal falling through, comes the news of another Ontario-based wireless startup being sold: Public Mobile.
Lars Granoe, Vice President of Sales for URC (Universal Remote Control, Inc.) has confirmed that the company has retained legal council in an effort to pursue unauthorized "rogue Internet resellers," and...
This morning, Industry Minister Christian Paradis revealed that the federal Government would not approve Telus' planned acquisition of Mobilicity for $380 million. Now, Telus has responded to the decision.
Over the next month, LG Electronics Canada, Inc. plans to install large displays of its smart TVs in the top 36 Best Buy locations in Canada. "Our objective was to partner with Best Buy to tell Canadian consumers the LG Smart TV story," says Kevin Andrews, Senior Brand Marketing Manager for LG Canada. "We want to showcase the features of smart TV in a more meaningful way than we've done in the past."