Rogers Communications Headlines

  • Maggie Rogers Reintroduces Herself

    Pharrell's praise turned Maggie Rogers into a viral sensation. Now, she's negotiating all the pitfalls of a fast track to fame on her debut album, Heard It in a Past Life.
  • The Ministry of Mr. Rogers

    Fifty years after the first episode of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood aired, we are still modulating through versions of Fred Rogers.

    The New York Review of Books
  • Outlander Recap: Roger That

    Need to catch up? Check out the previous Outlander recap here.  James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser very rarely makes a mistake. It’s charming. It’s enviable. And it’s the reason why — when he realizes in this week’s Outlander that he’s accidentally done something objectively horrible from any angle — it’s so captivating to watch him try to reconcile [

  • Artificially produced cells communicate with each other

    Friedrich Simmel and Aurore Dupin, researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), have for the first time created artificial cell assemblies that can communicate with each other. The cells, separated by fatty membranes, exchange small chemical signaling molecules to trigger more complex reactions, such as the production of RNA and other proteins.
  • How Maryland shaped Maggie Rogers

    Root Down is a recurring column that explores how artists’ hometowns influenced their music. More than a decade before a video of Pharrell Williams listening to her music went viral — before she was opening for Mumford & Sons and performing on Saturday Night Live — Maggie Rogers and her family moved to Easton, a small, sleepy town on the eastern shore of Maryland. “It’s kind of in the middle of nowhere,” admits the 24-year-old singer. But not having much to do lent well to her burgeoning...
  • Hints From Heloise: Coded communication

    Multifactor authentication helps keep your accounts secure.
  • Duterte’s problem of communication

    It is pretty obvious that President Duterte is handicapped by his inability to communicate effectively to the public, a problem that impacts negatively on many aspects of his administration. by Federico D. Pascual Jr.
  • Roger Stone Takes Your Calls

    Learn about the ins and outs of Mueller's witch hunt.
  • For this artist and immigrant: ‘A beautiful way to communicate’

    Charlotte artist Kenny Nguyen on his art and its source – and its gift to him.

  • Maggie Rogers: Heard It In A Past Life

    In a way, Maggie Rogers is the exemplary model of a modern pop star. Her success story is one that’s exclusive to our times, when the Internet has the power to make moguls out of memes overnight. But Rogers is no Mason Ramsey: Her story begins not with a Walmart yodel, but with an unbelievably perfect demo, played for
  • Maggie Rogers Went Viral. Then She Had to Become Herself Again.

    She wowed Pharrell in an N.Y.U. class and held her own in a label bidding war. Now the 24-year-old singer and songwriter is making her first major artistic statement.
  • There's no magic cure for bad bank communications

    Long sentences and complex language make most bank websites unreadable for the typical customer, according to a new report.

  • What Tom Hanks and Mr. Rogers have in common

    A producer of “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” said Rogers was "really funny."
  • What Tom Hanks and Mr. Rogers have in common

    A producer of “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” said Rogers was “really funny.”

    Page Six
  • Reducing the Communication Gap Between Employees and Management

    When everyone knows what's going on, your company benefits.

  • “Just shut up Vodacom” – Minister of Communications

    South Africa’s Minister of Communications Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has told Vodacom to “just shut up” on Twitter, commenting on the Please Call Me matter.

  • Research on metamaterials transforms satellite communications

    Groundbreaking innovations on antenna technology, based on a collaboration between Lockheed Martin Space and Penn State, are now under consideration for use in the next generation of GPS satellite payloads.
  • How Roger Federer wants to retire from tennis

    Roger Federer knows how he wants his career to end. In an interview with CNN, the 37-year-old tennis great spoke of how he envisions writing his final chapter. “I hope it doesn’t end with an injury,” Federer said. “I’d like to go out on my terms.” The Swede, who dealt with back issues in 2013

    New York Post
  • Roger Federer starts 2019 strong

    Is there anyone out there who can knock Roger Federer off his perch in Australia? The 37-year-old started the year on the right foot, winning the Hopman Cup for the second straight time alongside Switzerland teammate Belinda Bencic. It was the perfect warmup on his way to defending -- for the sixth time -- his Australian Open title. Despite his advancing years, Federer is champing at the bit to enhance his record of 20 grand slam titles and extend the run of dominance that an elite group known...

  • How to improve communication between people and smart buildings

    When it comes to buildings and their occupants, USC researchers see a failure to communicate, yet improved dialogue between the two can help smart buildings work better for a sustainable society.
  • Roger Federer reflects on life on and off court

    It's the regular retirement question and it usually gets a stock answer from Roger Federer. But, in an emotional in-depth interview, he revealed to me as close as you're going to get to his retirement plan. "Wimbledon stands out as maybe a place," he said. "I don't have the fairytale ending in my head saying there has to be another title somewhere. I hope it doesn't end with an injury. I'd like to go out on my terms." So, no date, but at least we have a possible, albeit obvious place. It turns...

  • Industry failing to communicate 5G benefits

    Most end users expect 5G to deliver faster data speeds, but industry messages about innovative

    Mobile World Live
  • The Significant Hitch In Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communication

    Carmakers soon will deploy vehicle-to-vehicle communication so cars and infrastructure can send and receive signals from each other to avert things like running red lights and multi-crash pileups.
  • What's next for Roger Federer after Australian Open loss?

    Roger Federer wasn't very happy when relayed John McEnroe's comments that his loss to 20-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas in the fourth round at the Australian Open was a "changing of the guard" moment. READ: Tsitsipas stuns Federer READ: Zverev pummels racket in loss It is easy to utter such a phrase given that Federer is 37 and hasn't made a grand slam semifinal since last year's Australian Open. But McEnroe -- who is prone to headline grabbing quotes -- does have a point or at least as it relates...