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Vonage Comes to Canada

After much speculation, Vonage is finally coming to Canada – joining Primus in the VOIP market. Aside from the intriguing geek factor, the prospects for Vonage and other Internet telephony providers is likely limited north of the border because Canada's … Continue reading

Gmail: Caveat Emptor

Mark Evans Financial Post Everyone knows there's no such thing as a free lunch, and Gmail is a perfect example. Google plans to launch a Web-based e-mail product in a market already dominated by Microsoft Corp.'s Hotmail and Yahoo! Inc.'s … Continue reading

RIM: Back in Black(berry)

If there's a high-tech company on a huge roll right now, it's Research In Motion, which reported that fourth-quarter profits more than doubled, while the number of people using its Blackberry device surpassed one million for the first time. If … Continue reading

What happened Nokia?

Is the telecom boom over? It is a legitimate question after Nokia said its first-quarter sales and earnings will be below expectations. While it would be easy to say the telecom sector's rebound was short-lived, a more accurate explanation is … Continue reading

It's Going to be a Long Ride

Now that the SEC has gotten itself “formally” involved with Nortel's accounting woes, there is now one sure thing: it's going to be a long, long time before the telecom equipment maker's woes are put behind it. You could take … Continue reading

Primus Moves Forward on VOIP

While Canada's carriers and cablecos sit on the VOIP sidelines, Primus Canada continues to push ahead by expanding its service to eight more cities in Ontario and adding 911 service. It is noteworthy Primus also dropped its prices for residential … Continue reading