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Online protests force reboot of government spying bill

By Lee Rickwood

The potential financial costs of implementing the legislation – and the lack of clarity over who would pay that bill, and how – are seen as another good reason the bill came to an early end.

What will the tablet market bring in 2012?

By Ted Kritsonis

For a variety of reasons, the tablet market in 2011 wasn’t a horse race, but rather one of a clear winner ahead of a confusing pack left to fester in the distance. Apple’s iPad only affirmed its dominance over a surge of ‘me too’ devices that didn’t resonate enough with consumers. Will 2012 change that in a big way?

How the iPad won 2011’s ‘Tablet War’

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple’s iPad continues to dominate the tablet space it had created a year ago despite the waves of competing tablets that hit the market hoping to challenge the leader.

Netfix expands Canadian library, but competition mounts

By Tim Teatro

Netflix now seems to be addressing the criticisms surrounding its limited content. Earlier this year, Netflix signed a deal with Paramount and is rumoured to be close to closing a deal with Martamax Entertainment. The danger remains for Netflix on the competition front. Aside from YouTube’s new film streaming service, we have been seeing some home-grown Canadian competition forming as well.