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What you need to know about the Canadian wireless industry

This week, the Federal Communications Commission will begin hearing testimony on proposed new rules to protect consumers from roaming charges.It’s a step towards preventing wireless carriers from charging higher prices for roaming to their customers, a practice that critics have accused of unfairly favouring big business.The proposed rules would require companies to provide customers with

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Microsoft, Google and Apple support web-based apps for Windows 10

Microsoft and Google have released web-compatible apps that can be run on Windows 10.Both companies said in a blog post Monday that they support Windows 10 as a platform for apps that are built for web development.Microsoft is offering a free version of its Web Apps for Windows platform, which includes support for JavaScript, CSS

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When will the official website for the 2018 FIFA World Cup start?

By Gregorio Mancini/Getty ImagesFor years, there have been rumors that FIFA would launch a new website on June 10 to promote the 2022 World Cup in Russia.Now it appears that FIFA may not have a definitive date on when it will make its official announcement.Speaking to Italian publication La Gazzetta dello Sport on Wednesday, FIFA

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How to help support BBC News in 2018

In 2018, the BBC will be celebrating its centenary in a number of ways.Here are some of the highlights: The BBC will celebrate its centennial with a big bang.The BBC’s world-class digital service is set to come to life again in 2018, and it will take us back to some of our most memorable moments

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Trump’s $19 trillion infrastructure bill faces hurdles

Trump’s massive infrastructure bill will face hurdles, and Republicans are hoping they can win over House Republicans before the House reconvenes next week.Trump’s administration has been struggling to craft legislation that can meet his lofty infrastructure goals and is pushing the GOP to push for the $19.4 trillion bill.Some Republicans have voiced concern that the

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Why You Should Install Java 8: What to Expect by Oracle

You may have heard the Oracle Java 8 (or Java SE) release is on its way, and that it will be coming to the desktop in 2019.There is, of course, a lot to look forward to, from the new Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and the JVM, to Java 6 and Java 7.Oracle is also working

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When a company’s marketing strategy goes haywire

Posted May 18, 2019 05:18:30The next-generation mobile market is poised to change the mobile landscape for the better, but for those who think they can still make money from the mobile space, there’s a catch.A recent study by a research firm from Cambridge Analytica has shown that there’s actually quite a bit of truth in