A record quarter for smartphone sales helped Rogers Communications Inc. (RSX:RCI.A) exceed analysts`expectations in the fourth quarter of 2012. The company reports a three per cent gain in quarterly revenue to $3.26 billio
Canadian provider Rogers Communications announced today that it has signed agreements with Shaw Communications to secure an option to purchase Shaw's AWS spectrum holdings in 2014, and to acquire Shaw's cable system in Hamilton, Ontario, Mountain Cablevision Limited...
Canadian carrier Rogers Communications has launched "extreme" text messaging...
The app store GetJar announced that it will make its entire library of more than 60,000 free mobile applications available to Rogers customers at no charge.
Google's Nexus One is now available in a version that will run on AT&T's 3G network.
We’ve been told to expect it and it’s finally here: Rising data revenue is failing to offset declines in voice. During the fourth quarter, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and Canadian carriers Rogers Communications and Telus all reported declining ARPU despite rises in data sales.
Canadian operator Rogers Communications reported that it had a difficult fourth quarter despite a slight uptick in sales.
Rogers Communications says it hosts the most reliable network in Canada. Telus says it operates the largest. And Bell Canada says its network is simply the best.
Canadian wireless giant Rogers Communications says it plans to cut 3 percent of its workforce as part of its plan to integrate its wireless and cable segments.
MONTREAL — BCE will launch its new, advanced wireless network on Wednesday, leveling the playing field on network capabilities between Bell, Telus and Rogers.
Canada's Rogers Communications today said its wireless data revenue jumped 46 percent in the third quarter, to $372 million.
Marking a first for North America, Canada's Rogers Wireless announced the commercial availability of its HSPA+ network...
Rogers Communications announced that the family of recently deceased founder Ted Rogers will retain control of the Canadian telecom giant.
Canada’s Rogers Communications said today that Founder and CEO Ted Rogers has died after suffering from congestive heart failure.