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This week's STORIES:
Android updates smartwatch technology
BCE posts slightly lower profits in Q1
Bill S-4 passes at committee
BlackBerry to purchase document-security company
Budget includes new money for networks, satellites
California group to buy International Datacasting's 'key' assets
Chinese fibre optics company sets up shop in Vancouver
CIBC announces Apple Watch app
Comcast, Time Warner deal nixed
Coming cyber-security legislation to affect telecoms, but details scant
Comp watchdog seeking experts for Google case: report
Corus seeks more flexibility for OWN
Court action could clarify CRTC commissioners' rights: Denton
CRTC denies radio station's request to expand coverage
Facebook adds video calling to Messenger
Google launches Digital News Initiative in Europe
Google launches wireless service in U.S.
Government funds effort to increase women execs in tech, media
HBO notifying Canadian streamers using VPNs: report
Ken Engelhart leaves Rogers for ‘new adventures’
Little growth in music streaming services: MTM
Main IoT market to be worth $6.5B by 2018: IDC
Mobilicity monitor says Wind promotion did little harm
Most Internet traffic will be encrypted by next year: Sandvine
Nadir Mohamed to lead venture-capital fund
Pay-per-view sports getting boost from boxing
PIAC re-launches undue-preference complaint against Shomi
PIAC, seniors group denied costs in CRTC proceeding
Playoff viewership up 40%, Rogers says
Public safety spectrum set-aside raises questions: analyst
Recon Jet smart goggles released
Rogers revenue up, helped by NHL contract
Sandra Mackechnie to head BBC Canadian digital ad sales
SaskTel brings fibre to Swift Current
SaskTel launches mobile-payment capabilities
SaskTel launches new enterprise Internet service
Shaw names Trevor English SVP of corporate development
Small Toronto ISP to provide fibre link for Pan Am athletes
Sonia Carreno new president of IAB Canada
Stingray files for IPO
Tablet market continues shipment decline: IDC
Telus to invest $2.1 billion in Ontario
Vancouver's BroadbandTV buys leading kids' content creator
VPNs facing barriers in Australia, New Zealand
Wholesale wireless decision coming Tuesday
Wind adds two new executives
Wireless health damage as certain as human-caused climate change: scientist
YouTube to make feature films

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