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At the Canadian Telecom Summit held today, Rogers announced that we can expect several new Android products to be launched in the future by the carrier. Though no specific details were given, it was made clear that the loss of Canadian iPhone exclusivity last year put a dent in the carrier's profits, leading to an increased focus on the Android platform. Specifically, it was stated that devices to be expected include Motorola and HTC handsets, though no model names were provided.

In the same interview, President of Rogers communications Rob Bruce stated ?We?d love to distribute it today if the inventory is there", referring to the Apple iPad, though it doesn't look promising that Apple will allow carriers to offer the popular tablet device directly.


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A few weeks ago, we let you know that Montreal-based iBwave launched innovative new smartphone software that would allow telecom/wireless providers to optimize coverage and network performance indoors, and it seems WIND Mobile has taken notice to their success in the field as well. iBwave has been officially selected by WIND Mobile to help plan and design their indoor/underground network in Toronto's PATH - a 27km indoor/underground network of walkways providing access to 50 buildings and over 1200 businesses. Optimizing this portion of their network is a great move on WIND Mobile's part, as over 100 000 people use these walkways each day.


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IBwave has announced the launch of it's mobile application designed to capture building and network information on mobile handsets for use in improvement of in-building radio communications. The application will provide engineers and non-technical users with the ability to capture information such as photos, video, floor plans, etc for use in the planning and improvement process within the telecom industry.

The iBwave mobile application will allow wireless providers to monitor and improve interior network reception and quality in a cost-conscious way, in addition to offering compatibility with existing iBwave applications such as iBwave design and iBwave Field software.


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Manitoba Telecom System launches a new Smartphone in Manitoba. The BlackBerry Storm already available with Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility. It?s the only BlackBerry with a touch screen. No information about the last update for the BlackBerry Storm, if the device come with this last update or not.


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A new device is available for President Choice Telecom customers, the LG Rumour. Already offer by Bell Mobility and Solo this device has a 3 row QWERTY keyboard, a Bluetooth connection and a 2-way speakerphone. Basic phone but interesting for sends many SMS at big price with President Choice Telecom. Available for 99$ without agreement.


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The president of Rogers is death today; we will copy the Press Release of Rogers.

Transmitted by CNW Group on : December 2, 2008 06:14
Rogers Communications mourns passing of Founder and CEO Ted Rogers

Visionary business icon, philanthropist, family man and proud Canadian
TORONTO, Dec. 2 /CNW/ - It is with great sadness that the Board of Directors of Rogers Communications Inc. announces the death of our colleague, leader and friend, Edward Samuel "Ted" Rogers, the founder of the company, a visionary communications industry pioneer and an icon in Canadian business. He was 75. Mr. Rogers, known for his indefatigable drive, built Rogers Communications into a Canadian and North American leader in wireless telecommunications, cable television, broadcasting, publishing and more. Mr. Rogers' name is synonymous with innovative, high-quality communications products across Canada, products that improved and simplified the everyday lives of Canadians. "We wish to express our deepest sympathy to Loretta and all of the Rogers family for this loss," said Alan Horn, Chairman of Rogers Communications and acting CEO. "Ted Rogers was one of a kind who built this company from one FM radio station into Canada's largest wireless, cable and media company. A leader also in giving to the community through his and Loretta's many philanthropic initiatives. He will be sadly missed." Phil Lind, Rogers Vice-Chairman, worked alongside Mr. Rogers for almost 40 years. "Our sincerest condolences to Loretta, the children and the grandchildren. He will be missed by so many. Though Ted was relentless in business and building this company over the years, he was also very much a family man. His impact on family, community and country was as impressive as his business success," Mr. Lind said. Mr. Rogers, who suffered from congestive heart failure, saw his health weaken over the past few years. He was surrounded by loved ones when he died at his home in Toronto. Mr. Rogers' successor as Chief Executive Officer will be addressed by the Rogers Communications Inc. Board of Directors which intends to form a special committee to lead a search considering internal and external candidates. In the meantime, Alan Horn, Chairman of Rogers Communications Inc., will continue to serve as acting Chief Executive Officer and lead the company's office of the president. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the family.


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Aliant, a telecommuncaiton company based in Atlantic, have announced a new offer, for her customers. When you activate a Internet plan you can buy a Apple MacBook in the same time and pay this laptop in you Internet mouthy bill. Before that, Bell offer Dell laptop and HP laptop but with a big moutnhly bill and a 3 years agreement this offers are not vert good. This offer can be good for anyone have not computer and want beginning on Internet without complication with Internet and a computer.

"Today, we are proud and excited to be the first service provider to sell an Apple notebook with Internet service," said Heather Tulk, senior vice president of marketing for Aliant. "We've been helping Atlantic Canadians get online with the latest computers for over three years now. It's because of our customers' feedback that we're now offering this popular MacBook exclusively to Aliant Internet subscribers." The MacBook, with a 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 1 GB Memory and 120 GB hard drive is available now for Aliant Internet customers for as low as $47/month over 36 months.


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MTS Allstream announced today that Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. has been recognized as one of Canada's top socially responsible corporate citizens, remaining a constituent of the acclaimed Jantzi Social Index(R). The Jantzi Social Index, developed by Janzti Research Inc., consists of 60 Canadian companies that pass a set of broadly-based environmental, social and governance screens.

"As a large national telecommunications provider, we have a responsibility to grow and operate in a sustainable manner," said Pierre Blouin, Chief Executive Officer. "Through corporate programs and policies, we are accelerating our company's green and community initiatives, and conducting business in a manner aligned with the principles of sustainable development."


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Nomade telecom, about information of Argent magazine, want give up the wireless Wi-Fi/ WiMax project in Montreal. Nomade telecom think, at this moment, the Wi-Fi is not a good solution for a wide coverage of Montreal and the price of a spectrum is too high. It?s sure with cell phone network and new technologies like WiMax the Wi-Fi is not a good idea for provide internet to home. But for Nomade Telecom, they want revaluate the Wi-Fi part of this project. Cleary forget this project in Montr?al.


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Globalive Communication Corporation (division of YAK communication) have submitted today (the last day for submit application for Canadian wireless auction. YAK already offer telecommunication service to Canadian but not with own spectrum. The auction begging the 27 may 2008 and no date are no available for auction closing.

"Canada is one of the least competitive wireless markets in the world," said Lacavera. "Cell phone rates are too high and penetration is too low. Many Canadians do not realize that they're paying from 60 per cent to almost 80 per cent more than Americans for their wireless service." Lacavera attributes high wireless pricing and low market penetration in Canada to a lack of competitive alternatives. Currently, only three operators - Telus, Rogers and Bell - own a portion of the wireless spectrum. "It's time for an entrant in the wireless market that will provide Canadians with a new cost-effective, feature-rich offering," said Lacavera. "Yak is uniquely positioned to be that offering."


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