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Country music legend Kenny Rogers dies at 81

Los Angeles - Country music legend Kenny Rogers, who helped bring the genre into the mainstream during a career spanning six decades, has died at the age of 81, his family announced.

Country music legend Kenny Rogers dies at 81

Los Angeles - Country music legend Kenny Rogers, whose career spanned six decades, has died at the age of 81, his family said late Friday.

Pentagon, intelligence leaders seek NSA chief's removal: reports

Washington - Top US military and intelligence leaders are pushing President Barack Obama to fire National Security Agency chief Admiral Michael Rogers, US media reporte, even as Rogers is apparently being considered for a senior position in the Trump administration...

Former Prince engineer wants vault music released

Minneapolis - The sound engineer who helped create Prince's legendary vault stuffed with decades of unreleased songs believes his secret horde should be opened up and made available to historians, scholars and fans."For me personally, I'd say why not?

Rogers and Shaw launch Netflix-like service called 'Shomi'

Shaw Communications and Rogers Communications have teamed up to launch 'Shomi,' a video-on demand service with more than 10,000 hours of popular TV shows.

Op-Ed: A proposal to resolve Canada's wireless competition problem

We have a problem. Canadian consumers are fed up with high wireless prices; the government is listening and trying to introduce competition. Bell, Telus, and Rogers, are attempting to prevent Verizon from entering the market. Is there a win-win solution?

Canada Games 2013 adds webcasts to their broadcast platform

Sherbrooke - If you love sports and may be out of the country or on the run Canada Games 2013 will embrace the social networking universe by webcasting all of the events, along with traditional television broadcasts on TSN and it's francophone partner RDS.

BlackBerry 10 now in Canadian stores

The new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone is now available in Canadian stores, and as carriers are seeing strong demand, the BlackBerry chief says there's more to expect from the company.

Canadians pressure CRTC to end three-year phone contracts

In a bid against long-term financial commitment and outdated technology, Canadians are urging the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to shorten three-year mobile phone contracts.

Op-Ed: Foreign cyber attack risk rising as House, Google sound warnings

Sydney - The House Intelligence Committee referred to cyber-attacks from “unusual sources” just before Chinese communications firms were declared a security risk. Now Google is warning Gmail users of possibly being targeted by state-sponsored attackers.

Op-Ed: Rogers challenges Canada's Competition Act

Toronto - Rogers Communications, a Canadian media corporation, thinks its right to freedom of expression is more important than its responsibility to provide truth in advertising.

Rogers Communications to cut 375 jobs in cost-cutting strategy

Toronto - On top of the 300 job cuts announced in March, Rogers Communications Inc. will cut 375 more positions, the company said Tuesday. This comes as the company faces lower profits, enhanced competition and higher systems costs.

Couple marries as resort burns in background

The building where a Nova Scotia couple had planned to marry was destroyed by fire on the weekend, but they still went ahead with the wedding.

Canada: Rogers reports Q2 earnings

Toronto - In the face of heavy competition from rival wireless providers, Rogers Communications piggybacked on strong cable sales and margins to post better-than-expected second quarter results.

Virgin Mobile hacked, personal info posted online Special

The personal information of over 1,000 Canadian cellphone users has been posted online after being attained by a hacker in a cyber attack.

Op-Ed: Rogers backs M2M tech, MIT shows big picture

If Research In Motion's freefall in mobile is any indication of how months are light-years in the always fast-moving telecom industry, let's look at what is likely coming in the next little while.

Are you ready for World IPv6 Day?

Much like a telephone number our IP addresses identify us on the Internet. At this time IP addresses are classified as IPv4 but as web users have increased those numbers are running out. On Monday Rogers in Canada is taking part in World IPv6 Day.

Rogers to launch 24-hour Toronto news network, CityNews Channel

Toronto - Rogers Media announced Monday that it will launch the city's second 24-hour all news television network called CityNews Channel. It will feature Toronto news brands 680 News, Maclean's Magazine and Citytv.

Poultry in motion: New channel shows nothing but roasting chicken Special

Rogers Communications in Canada announced it will launch a digital cable channel featuring only a chicken rotating on a spit, 24 hours a day seven days a week. It will be active from Feb. 28 to May 22.

Rogers facing $10 million penalty over misleading advertisements

Toronto - Rogers Communications Inc. is facing a $10 million lawsuit from the Canadian Federal Competition Bureau over its "misleading" claim that its Chatr cellphone and text service has fewer dropped calls.

Liveblog: Facebook, AOL and Rogers debate marketing in modern age Special

Toronto - How should marketers adapt to new technologies and demographics online? How should they view content creation? This liveblog follows a panel discussion between Facebook, AOL and Rogers as part of Digital Day in Toronto.

Carnival atmosphere at ‘Arts & Food Festival’ in Arkansas Special

Rogers, AR - The 4th annual Pinnacle Hills Arts & Food Festival was the weekend destination for those who enjoy outdoor events featuring handmade visual arts, fantastic food, and music.

Arkansas car show features eye-catching Chevy Corvettes Special

Rogers - Generations of Chevrolet's sports car, the Corvette, could be seen at one of the largest car shows in Arkansas where colorful coupes and convertibles were sitting pretty and catching the eye of all who attended.

‘Twilight Walk’ in historic downtown Rogers, Ark. Special

Rogers, Arkansas – Twilight Walks offer visitors an opportunity to “rediscover Historic Downtown Rogers,” with something for all ages featured such as quality art, street musicians, children’s activities, and local food vendors.

Visiting America’s ‘10th Best Small City for Families’ Special

Rogers, AR - The vibrant history of this city is part of its charm and contributes to its growth, family-friendly amenities, and current top ten ranking by Money Magazine.

New Social Secretary Obama's First Step Away from a Chicago Team

Washington - Many Washington insiders predict that the resignation of Social Secretary Desiree Rogers may be only the first step in a realignment of the President's staff that will see him moving away from the 'Chicago mob' that he brought to Washington with him.

White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers Resigns

Embattled White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers resigned on Friday, three months after the Salahi affair undermined her reputation.

Judge orders removal of 'most reliable', 'best' from ads

A legal war over words between Canada's rival communications networks have led a judge to order one company to remove statements claiming to be the "best" from its ads.

Rogers Introduces Canada’s First 3.5G Embedded Netbooks

Rogers announced it is launching mobile Internet-ready HP Mini 110 netbooks. The computers will allow users to use Roger's 3.5G wireless network in addition to Wi-Fi networks, allowing anyone to browse the Web and check email from almost anywhere.

Op-Ed: Prepare for a Rough Economic Ride in 2009

With no tangible improvement so far in the US or other global economies, Americans must be wondering what real beneficial effects the bailout is having. What can President Obama do for Main Street?
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