Motorola recently announced that the Moto G has been its best selling smartphone in Canadian history with sales topping 150,000 units. The price point is well under $200 and is available through a number of carriers. Now, hitting Rogers and Fido today is the updated Moto G LTE. While overall design is the same, cellular speed gets a
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Guy Laurence, Rogers’ new CEO, recently declared his vision for the company, one that is dubbed as Rogers 3.0. Laurence, along with the thousands of employees across the country, will operate as “One Rogers” and use all its assets within telecom, media and entertainment to become a “strong Canadian growth company.” With this new life
During BlackBerry’s quarterly earnings call today, CEO John Chen announced that the next device to hit the market will be the BlackBerry Passport, formerly known as Windermere. The targeted release date for the Passport is set for September and it’ll come in both black and white. As for the overall design, Chen stated that “when you first see
The BlackBerry Bold 9900 was truly an iconic BlackBerry smartphone when it was officially released back in 2011. This came with the classic BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard and a premium design with the chrome accents. Since its launch, BlackBerry has shed OS 7 in favour of BlackBerry 10 and released several new smartphones. However, to give
BlackBerry will be announcing its quarterly results tomorrow and hopefully shed a bit more light on a future device rollout. Much of the focus has been on reviving the enterprise customer base, unveiling the Internet Of Things focussed Project Ion, and the rollout of eBBM. John Chen, BlackBerry’s CEO, hinted towards a trio of high-end
BlackBerry signs licensing agreement with Amazon Appstore, brings over 240,000 Android apps to BlackBerry 10
BlackBerry and Amazon have struck a partnership that will see the Amazon Appstore available to BB10 devices. This will officially launch with BlackBerry 10.3 sometime this fall, according to a press release issued today. BB10 devices already have Android app compatibility, but this will make the experience easier, bringing over an additional 240,000 to your BlackBerry, such
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3 users can now claim to keep up with others as their device has finally received the upgrade to Android OS 4.4.2 KitKat. We’ve received tips for both devices from several carriers, including Rogers, Bell, TELUS and Koodo, but it’s most likely available to all. The update is just
This Friday, in co-ordination with the release of the Surface Pro 3, will Microsoft open the first ever Surface Café in downtown Toronto. What is being dubbed as the “next-generation coffee shop,” Microsoft is basically opening a pop-up coffee shop for the weekend to promote the new 12-inch tablet. The space itself is located at 399
Google has updated its site to show that TELUS has gone live carrier billing for Google Play purchases. This offers the ability for customers to pay for apps and digital media (music, TV shows, movies, books) directly from their Android device and have it charged to their monthly wireless bill. Competing carriers such as Rogers,
After 2-months of being shelved, Google-owned Nest has started to sell its Protect smoke alarm once again in Canada, United States and the United Kingdom. The main concern for the smart device recall was due to a technical defect that caused the “Wave” feature to possibly turn off or even fail to sound when engaged.