Telecommunications Industry News
Research In Motion plans to offer a number of dual-core BlackBerry devices in the future, according to one of its chief executives.
A group of Edmonton, Alberta parents are asking local school trustees to keep Wi-Fi internet access out of public schools, voicing concerns about possible health effects on students.
TomTom, Europe's leading manufacturer of navigation devices, announced today that its VIA Series automotive GPS units will soon be available in North America.
Support for Adobe Flash will cause Research In Motion's forthcoming Playbook tablet device to trail the Apple iPad in terms of battery life, according to Kaufman Bros. analyst, Shaw Wu.
LG Electronics is working on what is thought to be the world's slimmest smartphone, according to a leak on the mobile technology blog, Phandroid.
'Apple iPad' and 'Google Android' were among the most 'tweeted' terms this year, holding the fourth and fifth place spots on Twitter's annual trends list.
Bankrupt network equipment maker, Nortel Networks, is reportedly planning to auction off its massive portfolio of intellectual property within a few weeks.
Canadian cell phone operator, Bell Mobility, has doubled the theoretical maximum download speed of its HSPA wireless network to 42Mbps.
Google has announced that it is teaming up with three major U.S. airlines to provide free in-flight Wi-Fi during the busy holiday travel season.
Canada's two leading cell phone carriers, Rogers Wireless and Bell Mobility, both announced this week that they are testing fourth-generation (4G) wireless technology.
European countries need to make high-speed internet access a higher priority in order to remain competitive on the global stage, according to the European Union's digital commissioner, Neelie Kroes.
Montreal-based cable operator turned cell phone carrier, Videotron, will soon offer the Garmin-Asus A50, an Android-powered 3G smartphone with GPS navigation capabilities.
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Edited by Jeremy Maddock