UofO teases consumer tools for wireless services

OTTAWA Tools to better inform consumers of their rights when purchasing wireless services are under development at the University of Ottawa, which a professor involved in the project indicated will be especially relevant following a CBC/Radio-Canada investigation that found allegedly misleading sales practices from one telecom.

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Apple gives MPs few answers on iPhone slowdown

OTTAWA — Representatives from Apple Inc. faced down members of the House committee on industry, science and technology on Thursday afternoon, telling MPs that while the company didn’t mean to mislead consumers about its slowing down of some older smartphones, it had learned its lesson about communicating clearly.

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