This latest commercial by LG is certainly creative. The LG G Flex is coming to Canada via Rogers “this Spring” and is being dubbed as the “most human phone ever.” LG crafted the video below and it’s best to just watch it in its entirety.
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At the end of Q3, WIND Mobile declared its subscriber base reached 636,827, up from 620,451 from the previous quarter. Three months later, the carrier has announced a mild increase of 13,200 subs to 649,000 for the fiscal year 2013. In addition, ARPU (Average Revenue Per User) slightly increased for the year by 6% to
Sony officially announced the Xperia Z2 Tablet at Mobile World Congress last week. This is a follow-up to the Xperia tablet Z that launched last year and sports a 10.1-inch display 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 8MP rear camera with an Exmor RS sensor, 6000mAh battery, running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. A
Competing carriers will be releasing the Nexus 5 in Bright Red on February 7th, but Quebec-based Videotron has already started selling it. The price is set at $0 on a 24-month plan (with a monthly charge of $69.95 or higher), or retails for $499.95. Videotron is also offering the white and black version at the
The Nexus 5 in Bright Red launched a few weeks ago through Google Play for $349 (CDN) for the 16GB and $399 (CDN) for the 32GB. This comes with the exact same specs as the white and black version, just a fresh colour. TELUS has decided to add this to their lineup and will make
A hint that Virgin Mobile was planning to make the Moto G available to its customers came last week when they opened up applications for its “Tester Team.” For those who didn’t make it into this program, but still want to score the Moto G can head on over to Virgin and purchase this entry
BlackBerry’s newest CEO is honest — possibly too honest. While the company is forging ahead and blazing a revitalized path that is focused on serving the enterprise user, John Chen stated in an interview with the Financial Times that the Waterloo-based company has a 50% chance of succeeding. Or, taken another way, a 50% chance
Pebble Android 2.0 Beta 11 now available for developers, brings stability and ‘fixes the most annoying bugs’
Pebble has pushed through an update for 2.0 of their Android app, still in beta form, but “fixes the most annoying bugs.” Pebble notes on their blog that Android Beta11 “improves stability considerably” and brings an official release one step closer for users to fully access the Pebble appstore on Android. For those users who
BlackBerry started testing an advertising platform within its social network BBM Channels that would see either sponsored invites or sponsored channels posts. The goal is to make BBM a source of revenue for the Waterloo-based company, but the specifics how this would impact the overall experience of BBM was limited. BlackBerry took to their company
Mobilicity has been on its last legs for many months but amidst all the speculation of going under, the carrier is still around and looking for some Spring rejuvenation. Bringing back its popular $30 per month all-in promo, Mobilicity says you’ll score Unlimited data, Canada-wide and global talk, North American long distance, 30 Minutes North