Telecommunications Industry News
Shares in Telus Corp., Western Canada’s leading telecommunications operator, were trading 2.64% higher today, after the company reported higher profits and announced plans to increase its dividend by approximately 10% in each of the next two years. A jump in wireless data usage was largely responsible for a 19% increase in Telus’ profits, which came [...]
Ascendant Canadian wireless operator, Wind Mobile, is urging the government of Manitoba to mandate greater transparency in wireless contracts, among other consumer protection measures.
Microsat Systems, a Canadian spacecraft systems manufacturer, has announced plans to launch 78 small communications satellites with the aim of enhancing high-speed internet availability.
Wind Mobile is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its commercial launch, making it the first of several new Canadian wireless competitors to do so.
Bankrupt network equipment maker, Nortel Networks, is reportedly planning to auction off its massive portfolio of intellectual property within a few weeks.
South Korean consumer electronics manufacturer, Samsung, has already sold more than a million units of its Galaxy Tab device, a touchscreen tablet device launched in mid-October.
Canadaâ€™s telecom regulator, the CRTC, has issued a ruling requiring all Canadian carriers to participate in the Commission for Complaints for Telecommunications Services.
Shortly after banning the popular Kik Messenger application from its mobile software store, Research In Motion has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the developers of the app.
Shares in BlackBerry manufacturer, Research In Motion, surged more than 6% this morning on the Toronto Stock Exchange, as analysts increased their expectations for the companyâ€™s 'PlayBook' tablet device.
The Ottawa-basesd Public Interest Advocacy Centre is complaining to telecom regulators about Bell Mobility, due to a $100 promotion that the carrier is offering in place of a $67 CRTC-ordered rebate.
Satellite radio operators Sirius Canada and XM Canada, have reached a long-awaited merger deal, in a move that will ultimately make the full range of satellite radio content available to all Canadian subscribers.
As Apple Inc. strives to increase its share of the enterprise smartphone market, it is luring senior managers from the enterprise sales division of major rival and BlackBerry manufacturer, Research In Motion.
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Edited by Jeremy Maddock