Daniel Bader

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BlackBerry Priv review

It’s been over three years since BlackBerry began trickling details about its next generation operating system, a secure environment that would attract developers with its easy-to-use tools, support for open web…

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Small Talk: How is the Nexus 6P treating you?

The Nexus 6P is available starting today at select carriers, but it has been trickling into Canadians’ hands from the Google Store for around a week now. The question on…

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Moto 360 (2nd gen) review: It’s all in the lugs

The last year or so has been a long, drawn-out experiment by Android OEMs to see whether they can rejuvenate their businesses, or at least add another stable revenue stream,…

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Rogers to release the Moto X Play this month

The Moto X Play is coming to Rogers in November. The device, which launched in August on Bell, Telus, Koodo, SaskTel, Wind Mobile and Videotron, has gained a reputation as…

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Nexus 6P back in stock on Google Store

The Nexus 6P is back in stock on the Google Store. As we edge closer to carrier availability, which was pushed back two days to November 4th, customers are receiving…

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HTC One A9 review

What happened to you, HTC? You used to be big and bright, the world your oyster, so to speak. But now you’re sipping fifty cent beer at the corner dive,…

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The OnePlus X could be the best phone under $350

OnePlus doesn’t waste much time. After launching the OnePlus 2 in August, the Chinese OEM is back with its second phone release of the year, the much-teased OnePlus X. Cheaper and…

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Sony purchases Toshiba’s image sensor business

Sony announced today that it has entered into an agreement to purchase Toshiba’s CMOS image sensor business, including a production line, equipment and 1,100 related employees. Sony’s image sensor business…

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Exploring smartphone choices under $600

There’s a new reality in play: the Canadian dollar is weak, affecting the prices of smartphones as a result. We’ve seen the discrepancies enumerate, but the practical takeaway is that…

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HTC One A9 to increase to $649 CAD on November 7th

HTC’s promotional price of $549 for the unlocked version of the One A9, the company’s new flagship being released shortly in Canada, will revert to its regular cost of $649 on…