Rogers experienced a nationwide cell and internet outage on Friday, sending Canadians flocking to coffee shops.
This “corporate shakedown” is part of the reason your cell phone bill is so high, according to experts.
Rogers has apparently finally had enough of the host of ‘Coach’s Corner.’
You’ll probably be mad when you find out exactly why you can’t use your cellphone underground.
Incorrect charges and non-disclosure of terms were the two most popular complaints customers had, according to a new federal report.
Adam Lackman ran TVAddons, a site hosting unofficial addons for Kodi media player. A legal team representing powerful telecom and media companies—Bell and Rogers included—searched his home and sued him for piracy. Now, he's fighting to make it to trial.
Regulators told Canada big three cell phone companies to offer cheaper mobile data plans but few are impressed with the new offers.
Rogers, Bell, and Telus must submit “lower-cost data only” plans to consumers after a CRTC ruling, but it’s unclear what exactly will be offered.
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
Plus, Andrew Stoeten discusses whether the front office's approach to acquiring talent works in the AL East, and why ownership won't go all in on the team.
Every Canadian internet user should be paying attention.
We’re still paying more than the rest of the world, but at least our contracts will be more readable.