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Rogers launches faster 5G service on 3500MHz mid-band spectrum

Rogers has become the first mobile service provider to launch 5G service using the mid-band 3,500Mhz spectrum.

Panasonic releases the new fully-rugged Toughbook 40

Panasonic has released the new, fully-rugged Toughbook 40 laptop, a modular enterprise-focused workstation prepped for the harshest conditions. Designed for utilities, government and public safety...

Globalive signs wireless spectrum sharing deal with Telus

Globalive has signed a network and spectrum sharing agreement with Telus to better position itself as a buyer for Freedom Mobile, whose divestiture stands...

Coffee Briefing May 10, 2022 – Zerto 9.5 announced; Vector Scholarship in AI winners announced; She’s Next Grant recipients announced; and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. This briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

Unihertz tease: a BlackBerry-like phone with keyboard

A teasing "Coming soon" notice posted last week on Twitter from Shanghai-based phone manufacturer Unihertz may herald what, if not a duly-licensed BlackBerry design,...

Channel Bytes April 1, 2022 – Windows enhancements coming; network equipment market rebounding; Microsoft launches Android org; and more

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Coffee Briefing March 29, 2022 – HP to acquire Poly; Twitter Canada top 3 conversation trends 2022; Webex to launch two new datacentres in...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. This briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

Rogers combines its 5G network with Microsoft Azure to help SMBs enhance customer experience

Rogers and Microsoft have formed a five-year strategic alliance to help enterprise and SMB customers take advantage of hybrid work and 5G-enabled solutions.

Rogers partners with Sheridan College on 5G research

Rogers has entered into a two-year partnership with Sheridan College’s Centre for Mobile Innovation (CMI) to research and develop 5G autonomous vehicle systems. Under the partnership,...

It’s official, OnwardMobility shuts down; no new BlackBerry coming

Anyone hoping beyond the hope that, despite recent developments, there still might be a new 5G BlackBerry smartphone with keyboard on its way might...

Coffee Briefing Feb. 1, 2022 – Applications open for second Google cloud Accelerator Canada; HCL launches Engineering and R&D centre in Alberta; and more

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BlackBerry phone with keyboard is not dead

OnwardMobility, the Texas-based firm that picked up the hardware license for BlackBerry smartphones after previous licensee TCL decided to produce its own phone designs...

CES 2022: Lenovo announces ThinkPad Z Series laptops

Lenovo has expanded its ThinkPad business laptop family with the AMD-powered Z Series. At launch, the Z Series comprises the 13-inch ThinkPad Z13 and...

2021 year in review – IT under attack

Had Charles Dickens been alive today, his famous work might have started with “It was the worst of times, and some other stuff was...

Starlink internet performance still beating broadband download speeds in Canada

Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite internet performance remained relatively flat in the third quarter, but it's still besting the median broadband download speeds in five...

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