How 5G Can Change the Everyday Internet That We Use

After a ton of hype and years of anticipation, the fifth generation of wireless networks is starting to become a reality. There is a belief that 5G could have an effect on our lives more drastic than any technology shift since the Internet became a thing

How 5G Can Change the Everyday Internet That We UseAfter a ton of hype and years of anticipation, the fifth generation of wireless networks is starting to become a reality. There is a belief that 5G could have an effect on our lives more drastic than any technology shift since the Internet became a thing. How can this be? Well, low latency, speed, and…

Giving licence to vulgarity

The rising interpersonal venom on the Internet is a distressing sign of the times

Giving licence to vulgarityIf you’re middle aged or better and have a sense of life before the Internet, information technology and all of the associated foofaraw, you may also remember the value of polite speech. It was extremely rare in my youth to witness profanity first-hand in what might still be called polite society. That included family relations,…

Search engine smooths your mall experience

Rashmi Aimiuwu talks about how research is increasingly important for shoppers and what Southcentre Mall has done to help

Search engine smooths your mall experienceRashmi Aimiuwu is marketing director at Southcentre Mall. What the new e-commerce tool you’ve introduced for shoppers? Aimiuwu: Search. Find. ShopNOW is an online platform developed by Oxford Properties. It has been recently introduced at some of Canada’s most successful shopping centres – including Calgary’s Southcentre Mall. Search. Find. ShopNOW brings convenience to customers by…

High-tech real estate transactions with human connections

Lauren Haw on how Zoocasa seeks to streamline the often-emotional real estate journey for clients

High-tech real estate transactions with human connectionsLauren Haw is Zoocasa's CEO and broker of record. What is Zoocasa and what does it do? Haw: At Zoocasa, we provide intelligent, modern real estate services through the seamless integration of technology and our full-service brokerage team. We aspire for a real estate experience that’s enhanced by technology, but grounded in human connections. Real…

More Canadians use Internet, led by Alberta, B.C.

Nearly 84% of Internet users bought goods or services online in 2018, spending $57.4 billion, up from $18.9 billion in 2012: StatsCan

More Canadians use Internet, led by Alberta, B.C.By Troy Media More Canadians are using the Internet, with people in Alberta and British Columbia leading the way. A report released on Tuesday by Statistics Canada said the share of Canadians aged 15 and older who used the Internet was 91 per cent in 2018, with more seniors reporting Internet use (71 per cent).…

$16B Telus spend shows confidence in Alberta: Premier

Telus: investment will support the creation of 20,000 additional jobs across the province over the next five years

$16B Telus spend shows confidence in Alberta: PremierPolitical leaders are welcoming the announcement by Telus that it plans to invest $16 billion in Alberta over the next five years. The project will create 5,000 jobs, the company stated, to connect homes, businesses and schools to its high-speed, fibre-optic cable network. The communications company stated the network will give Albertans better access to…

Big tech created a fractious, annoyed, malfunctioning world

Where’s the evidence that the values this new world order has created produce happiness, fulfilment and the well-lived life?

Big tech created a fractious, annoyed, malfunctioning worldA great article by Andrew Marantz in a recent issue of the New Yorker called Silicon Valley’s Crisis of Conscience details the struggle of American big tech to find its soul. The central theme is the growing awareness of big tech CEOs and senior executives that their endeavours are causing massive societal psychological harm. None…

How sports card collectors can protect their investments

Jason Masherah of Upper Deck talks about avoiding scams, particularly in the online marketplace

How sports card collectors can protect their investmentsJason Masherah is president of the trading card company Upper Deck. Can you explain the number of scams related to your industry that have been going on lately and why this is happening? Masherah: Trading cards and memorabilia have been a longtime target for these types of scams. Quite frankly, it was the reason Upper…

Implementing online safety training that works

Robert Day talks about the technology that Integrity Advocate has developed to verify that online students complete the training required of them

Implementing online safety training that worksIntegrity Advocate co-founder Robert Day is a licensed investigator and paralegal. Can you tell me what you do? Day: I’m a co-founder of a company called Integrity Advocate, as well as a licensed paralegal and investigator. I co-developed the patented technology that Integrity Advocate is known for, which addresses legality and effectiveness concerns associated with…

Making home buying and selling as painless as possible

Ryan Mracek of Keylo wants the online realtor referral service to be the place consumers go to get unbiased, data-based real estate advice

Making home buying and selling as painless as possibleRyan Mracek is owner of Keylo. What is Keylo and what does it do? Mracek: Keylo is Canada’s largest realtor referral service. We use an evidence-based approach to find the best realtor to buy or sell your home for free. We put the odds of success in your favour in an industry notorious for holding…
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