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Telus Mobility
If you remember clearNET, you probably know that Telus Corporation acquired it in late 2000. Since then, not much has changed as Telus Mobility still offers cool phones, unique price plans and free calling on your birthday!
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  • Updated Jun 8th, 2003 by Christian Bauer
Canada faces skilled IT shortage

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  • Updated Jun 7th, 2003 by Daniel Rose
Herbal Essences brings up a stir

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  • Updated May 19th, 2003 by Ally Taylor
NAFTA: Billion dollar trade theft from Canadians

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  • Updated May 12th, 2003 by Roy Whyte
MPAA targets IRC users

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  • Updated Apr 29th, 2003 by Sven Eriksen
Viruses: How much profit is to be made?

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  • Updated Apr 12th, 2003 by Dan Pike
Sars hits Toronto with an aftermath

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  • Updated Apr 7th, 2003 by Sven Eriksen
Fighting computer viruses

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  • Updated Mar 23rd, 2003 by Adam Rutter
Microsoft Office: Troubled times ahead?
One of the most popular office software, Microsoft Office, has been the standard for companies to do their work on. Whether it is spreadsheets, documents or even presentations, MS Office was the only tool that was widely accepted.
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  • Updated Feb 28th, 2003 by Michael Levy
Preventing Viruses
This article is going to discuss the easiest ways that you can protect your PC with some easy to follow tips and whatnots to make sure your computer is not infected by viruses
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  • Updated Feb 14th, 2003 by Michael Levy
Softwood lumber dispute

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  • Updated Jan 23rd, 2003 by Adam Rutter
Mobile Storage Solutions
Carrying your important documents is not such a big feat anymore. Within the last 2 years, mobile storage solutions have increasing became popular and moving documents from one place to another has become so much easier.
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  • Updated Jan 19th, 2003 by Michael Levy
Free Software Alternatives
This article is going to show you how you can accomplish tasks with similar or even better software. Why spend money on software when there are alternatives for almost every single category of applications that is being used on a daily basis?
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  • Updated Jan 14th, 2003 by Michael Levy
Ontario's Hospital Ratings

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  • Updated Jan 9th, 2003 by Christopher Walsh
Stereotypes in society

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  • Updated Jan 7th, 2003 by Ally Taylor
The end of unlimited internet

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  • Updated Jan 6th, 2003 by Christopher Walsh
Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 EOL (end of life)
It has been one of the most important releases in the history of personal computing. Windows 3.x and Windows 95 will be no more. These two operating systems, changed the face that we know of as personal computing.
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  • Updated Dec 28th, 2002 by Michael Levy
Free music online

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  • Updated Nov 13th, 2002 by Adam Rutter
Canada's identity crisis

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  • Updated Oct 17th, 2002 by Chantree Atkinson
Computer buying guide
Now is the perfect time to buy a computer since all the specials and great offers appear since the kids are going back to school, so most major vendors cut prices, add additional software or some free peripheral just to get you to buy from them.
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  • Updated Oct 10th, 2002 by Michael Levy
Computer safety
Avoiding computer viruses or threats on the internet is nearly impossible. There is some sort of threat whether you'd be using your internet to respond to email or do such things as downloading files and talking on IRC.
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  • Updated Oct 10th, 2002 by Michael Levy
Erasing your Internet history
Cookies are small bits of code that are passed onto your computer from websites that you've visited. Cookies tell the website you visited some information about you, what's your IP address, what kind of operating system you are using, what browser and version.
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  • Updated Oct 10th, 2002 by CC Staff
PC, Windows and Internet Security
This guide will inform people about the neccessities of Personal Computer security. The risks of not having one of the following products could leave your computer open to attacks and loss of data.
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  • Updated Oct 10th, 2002 by Michael Levy
Printer buying guide
When looking to buy a new printer, there are many things to check out. This guide will tell you what to look for when purchasing a new or even a second printer for your home or homeoffice.
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  • Updated Oct 10th, 2002 by Michael Levy
USB vs. Firewire
USB 2 is the next generation of the Universal Serial Bus, which the first USB products trickled out back in the Pentium days. USB 1.1 is, for the most part, available on the majority of today's computers.
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  • Updated Oct 10th, 2002 by Michael Levy
Comparison of compression software
It has been a while since we've done this but in this issue, we are comparing compression programs. Some of the contenders will be WinZip 8.1, PicoZip 2.5, WinRar 3.11, PowerArchiver 8, ArchiveXpert 2.02, ArchiveXP 2003 8e and WinAce 2.2.
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  • Updated Oct 10th, 2002 by Michael Levy
FreedomNet
The net is growing and people with slow connections such as dialup hate wasting their time waiting for banners to load and thus makes your waiting time increase for no reason. I'm not saying banners are a bad thing, but sometimes it just gets annoying when someone puts a very large one and takes may be over a minute to load the page where without the banners it would take about 10 seconds.
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  • Updated Aug 10th, 2002 by Michael Levy
Too much RAM
RAM prices have dropped considerably within the past few months. At one point 128mb of PC133 RAM costed over $100us when there was a shortage, now with the high demand of RAM, prices have dropped well under $0.50 a mb. Does too much make your computer slower?
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  • Updated Aug 2nd, 2002 by Michael Levy
What if Canada adopted the US dollar?

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  • Updated Jul 24th, 2002 by Editing Team
The war against weed

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  • Updated May 22nd, 2002 by Adam Rutter
Fighting SPAM

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  • Updated Mar 25th, 2002 by Christopher Walsh
Canada does well in winter games

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  • Updated Mar 14th, 2002 by Christopher Walsh
Following the September 11 timeline

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  • Updated Feb 17th, 2002 by Christopher Walsh
Sale and Pelletier good as gold

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  • Updated Feb 15th, 2002 by Adam Rutter
Napster to shut doors

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  • Updated Feb 11th, 2002 by Christopher Walsh
Canadian Internet Agency? Or Elaborate Scam?

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  • Updated Feb 4th, 2002 by Adam Rutter
American star wars missile defence

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  • Updated Jan 18th, 2002 by Daniel Rose
Canada's Immigration Policy: Sklarzyk Family

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  • Updated Jan 15th, 2002 by Christopher Walsh
Buying .ca domains

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  • Updated Jan 14th, 2002 by Adam Rutter
Stockwell Day holding down the Alliance

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  • Updated Jan 11th, 2002 by CC Staff
New graphic cigarette packs in Canada

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  • Updated Dec 1st, 2001 by Christopher Walsh
Canadian currency losing it's value

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  • Updated Sep 14th, 2001 by Christian Bauer
Portals are on the move again

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  • Updated Sep 13th, 2001 by Christopher Walsh
Toronto's olympic dream

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  • Updated Jul 10th, 2001 by Daniel Rose


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