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Justin Crann

Digital Journalist based in Toronto, ON, Canada. Joined on May 19, 2011
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Op-Ed: NFL — Five must-watch week two matches

The first week of the NFL regular season has come and gone, replete with the surprises and excitement that fans have come to expect.

Op-Ed: NFL — Four games to watch this week

The NFL season officially kicked off this Wednesday and the first game, an NFC East rematch between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants, is in the books.

Op-Ed: Upcoming NFL season rich with storylines, excitement

National Football League fans rejoice: the season is almost upon you! The NFL has long been resplendent with big-name rivalries and gripping games, but the upcoming season could be one of the most exciting in years.

Op-Ed: Facebook investors should take responsibility, keep faith

A botched debut and a week of dismal performance on the markets has compelled early investors in social networking site Facebook to brandish their knives.

Google alerts infected users of potential Internet shutdown

Hundreds of thousands of Internet users could soon lose access to the Web, according to a warning being issued by search giant Google.

Op-Ed: NFL's most electrifying QB not its best

Ask those following the ongoing NFL season who the best player behind center is right now, and the vast majority would say Aaron Rodgers.

Canadians embrace Black Friday, Cyber Monday deals

Canadian shoppers are readily embracing the shopping traditions of their cross-border counterparts, according to new data released by Canada's leading debit and credit processor.

Op-Ed: RIM's latest development a shallow concession, not a clever ploy

Waterloo - Waterloo-based smartphone developer Research in Motion (RIM) has seen its share value increase after announcing a new server that will support both BlackBerry and competing devices.

Op-Ed: September 11, 2001 — a personal turning point

On September 11, 2001, when the United States was suffering the worst attack on its own soil since Pearl Harbor, I was sitting in a classroom in Toronto.

Op-Ed: Canada — Rae in the right about NDP, Liberal merger

Canada's Liberals and New Democrats share a lot: their opposition of the Harper-led Conservatives, their lack of clear leadership heading into the next election, and according to former Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff, several key values.

Op-Ed: Cutting, privatizing libraries will create city of have-nots

Toronto - "Toronto has a spending problem, not a revenue problem," said now-Mayor of Toronto Rob Ford, during the 2010 election campaign — a popular premise that he rode straight to office.

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.

Sony Ericsson posts $70 million Q2 loss, blames supply issues

The other shoe has dropped for struggling cellphone manufacturer Sony Ericsson, which followed up its surprise first quarter profit by posting an expected second quarter, $70.7 million loss.

Balsillie, Lazaridis buy time for RIM at shareholder meeting

Waterloo - The chief executives of Canadian smartphone maker Research In Motion have bought a small amount of time for their struggling company at its most recent shareholder meeting.

Op-Ed: Google+ full of potential, but must find its place

A lot can be said about Google's latest swing at social networking. It's clean, efficient, and it looks fantastic. It also shows a lot of promise. But the question remains, is Google+ too late to the social networking party?

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone joins corporate investment firm

One week after departing from the social networking company he helped create, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is joining corporate investment company Spark Capital as a strategic advisor.

Twitter introducing wall, Facebook expected to add video chat

The cold war between social networking sites Twitter and Facebook could be heating up as Twitter tests a 'message wall' and Facebook is expected to announce a new video chat service.

Sony remains 'most valued brand' in Asia

Tokyo - In spite of the crippling hack attacks on their networks and a third consecutive year posting a loss, Sony is still the 'most valued brand' in Asia, according to a cross-market survey.

Apple, RIM among buyers of Nortel patent portfolio

Toronto - Smartphone makers Apple and Research In Motion were among the buyers of bankrupt Canadian telecom company Nortel's US$4.5 billion patent portfolio.

TSX-LSE merger killed following underwhelming shareholder support

Toronto - A bid to merge the London and Toronto Stock Exchanges has been terminated after failing to secure the shareholder support it required to come to fruition.
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