In its recent report, Essential Facts 2012, the Entertainment Software Association of Canada provided a snapshot of the computer and video-game market, with profiles of gamers in various age groups, a list of the top-selling titles of the year (for...
The advent of generic top-level domains (gTLDs) like .blog or .hair will only facilitate the division of the internet into territories, the Irish Internet Association has warned and has written to ICANN voicing its objection.
comScore presents the 2013 Canada Digital Future in Focus, its annual report on how the prevailing trends in web usage, online video, digital advertising, mobile, social media and e-commerce are defining the current Canadian marketplace and what...
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