Canadian Tech Roundup – Episode 9 – Netflix, CRTC, Shaw

[podcast]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/480185/podcasts/CTR9.mp3[/podcast] The Netflix Effect: Results From A Revealing Study in Canada The federal government is appealing a court's ruling that ordered it to make its websites accessible to visually impaired users Microsoft Surface 2.0 Coming to RBC Bell announces a new iptv service Shaw’s wireless launch is delayed Another wifi in schools story like we … Continue reading Canadian Tech Roundup – Episode 9 – Netflix, CRTC, Shaw

Canadian Tech Roundup – Episode 6 – Shaw, CES, Do Not Call List

[podcast]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/480185/podcasts/CanadianTechRoundup-EP6.mp3[/podcast] Shaw introduces bandwidth overages and 25% reduction in bandwidth caps CES and Canada CRTC Fines Xentel and Bell for calling number on Do Not Call List City of Vancouver Calls out CRTC on behalf of residents New wireless startups capturing 1/3rd of new customers Top 10 Facebook trends in Canada 2010 Google Zietgiest Canada … Continue reading Canadian Tech Roundup – Episode 6 – Shaw, CES, Do Not Call List

Canadian Tech Roundup – Episode 2. CRTC, Rogers, Craigslist XXX…

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Canadian Tech News, September 1st – CRTC, Telco Refunds, WiFi is Bad, Google Games

This week - in a bid to stay relevant to consumers - CRTC made a couple of good decisions; the cell phone industry still sucks; wifi wackos and Google acquisitions. Canada avoids broadband duopolies, keeps line-sharing alive In a decision that's most relevant to Eastern Canadians - where telecom competitions actually exists - the CRTC … Continue reading Canadian Tech News, September 1st – CRTC, Telco Refunds, WiFi is Bad, Google Games