Top Canadian stories from the past week, plus other news from around the web

Ian Hardy

November 11, 2012 8:20am

Most carriers came out with their holiday plans this week – Rogers, Bell, TELUS, WIND and Virgin. In addition, a few new devices and OS updates, but this coming week is the kicker as all the new Nexus devices will launch, plus the new Windows Phone 8 smartphones. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past seven days, plus noteable news from around the web:

– TELUS to launch the Red Samsung Galaxy S III [Read here]
– Microsoft Surface RT tablet review [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Note II Review [Read here]
– Canadian wireless industry promises to take on wireless theft [Read here]
– Apple sold 3 million iPads over the past 3 days [Read here]
– Sony Xperia T Hands-on (video) [Read here]
– WIND to launch the Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL [Read here]
– Bell Samsung Galaxy Ace II x launch delayed until November 22nd [Read here]
– WIND Mobile going live in Windsor on November 15th [Read here]
– Fido starts selling the Motorola RAZR HD [Read here]
– Samsung Galaxy Discover launched on TELUS Prepaid [Read here]
– Rogers, TELUS, Virgin and Bell release new plans [Read here]
– Here’s the pricing for the Rogers HTC Windows Phone 8X [Read here]
– TELUS reports Q3 2012: Subscriber base now at 7.56 million [Read here]
– Contest: Win a Bell Sony Xperia T (The Bond Phone) [Enter here]

Around the web:
– Verizon confirms exclusive HTC 8X wireless charging support [TheVerge]
– Google kicks Xperia S Android Open Source Project out of its nest [Engadget]
– BlackBerry App World v4.0.0.63 Now Available [BerryReview]
– Samsung ATIV S Delayed In The UK Until Mid-December [PocketNow]

  • Exciting week

    I think I am going to upgrade to teh Xperia T this week, I like it and I hope it works out well. Nexus 4 looks amazing too, but I am huge sony fan so I think I will give them a shot.

    • wes

      Seriously, Sony confuses me with their Xperia line. Everything is branded Xperia, which makes it hard to product differentiate. Personally, I’m sticking with the Nexus 4. Specs on the Nexus 4 just seem superior:
      CPU – Krait quadcores vs. Krait duocores
      GPU – Adreno 320 vs. Adreno 225

      Albeit, if you need LTE and storage, I guess Sony might have the advantage. On the other hand, if having the latest OS is important, you won’t get screwed with a Nexus product.

      Just my little take on Sony.

  • General Gustov

    Exciting week coming up with more new devices coming :))

  • ace

    why cant you do a news article on how and why apples stock has bombed…