We're not even half way through January and we've already seen more tablets than at a Hunter S. Thompson house party.
Big telecom companies like Telus like to scare policy makers by suggesting any open Internet requirements for Internet Service Providers will lead to "unintended consequences."
Unbeknownst to most Canadians, cable companies and local community groups have been wrestling for control over community channel assets.
rabble.ca is a finalist for "Best overall online only website" for the Canadian Online Publishing Awards.
You've probably heard of Generation Y and Echo Boomers -- these are the Net Gen. In this interview, Don Tapscott explains why Net Genners think differently than other generations.
There was something different in the air this time -- the July CRTC hearing on traffic management (a.k.a net neutrality) had a dynamism to it that seemed foreign to the walls that contained it.
This past week the country's biggest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) paraded in front of the CRTC as part of that commission's inquiry into bandwidth throttling.