Shaw’s Movie Club

First rule of  movie club… backpedal. Earlier today the mainstream media jumped on Shaw’s new Netflix competitor “Movie Club“, a service that would allow you to stream movies without running up your bandwidth meter. I wrote a blogpost that echoed what quickly became the resounding verdict of the internet, Movie Club was anti-net neutrality and therefore,… Continue reading Shaw’s Movie Club

Shame on Shaw

The new service, dubbed Movie Club, will cost $12 per month and will allow Shaw customers to watch movies and television shows on their TV and their computers over an Internet connection. However, Shaw said that movies streamed using its own service will not count against a subscriber’s monthly Internet data caps, unlike movies streamed… Continue reading Shame on Shaw

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