The country is experiencing the world's largest epidemic, and it has everything to do with the Arms Trade Treaty.
Canada's wireless market just isn't competitive enough, critics say.
Net neutrality is a hotly-debated topic these days, and for a good reason -- it surrounds one of the most pivotal aspects of our daily lives: the Internet.
The government of Canada knows that signing the UN Arms Trade Treaty will save lives by stopping the illegal flow of small arms. Minister Baird is faced with a choice then: does he take a meaningful step to prevent carnage like the Nairobi attacks or does he bow to the domestic gun lobby and their fallacious claims? Sadly, I suspect we know the answer to these questions.
U.S. telecom goliath AT&T took a gander at Canada's wireless market, BNN reports, but decided against coming north because
At least three foreign telcos aside from Verizon have looked at bidding for wireless spectrum in Canada, a source close to
U.S. phone giant AT&T pulled a controversial tweet yesterday after critics accused it of being insensitive to 9/11 victims
The U.S. National Security Agency has been in hot water for the last few weeks, as whistleblower Edward Snowden exposed a massive online spying system that has been vacuuming up huge amounts of communications data from U.S. and foreign citizens. But Snowden is far from the first whistleblower.
The lesson, be careful of your perception, be careful of your slogans and make sure that your words and advertising can not be taken the wrong way. Many businesses have learned this the hard way over the years, especially when translating ads into different languages
Some of the country's best-known multinational corporations closely guard a number they don't want anyone to know: the breakdown