A new Android has arrived at Public Mobile and it could be their last. The 5-inch ‘Elevation’ resembles a Galaxy Nexus or the Nexus S and is priced at a respectable $249 outright. The Elevation runs Android OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (will probably never see an update), comes with Public’s unlimited Siren Music service,
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On September 23rd, Industry Canada released a list of 15 bidders who submitted applications to be included into the auction. Many of the usual suspected were present — Rogers, Bell, TELUS, Videotron, SaskTel, Globalive and MTS — but there were also some newbies on the list, namely John Bitove’s Feenix Wireless, Vecima Networks and the
BlackBerry stunned the masses this week by deciding to end all talks of selling the business and opting to take a billion dollar investment from various organizations. There has been several rumours that Lenovo, Cisco, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, and BlackBerry co-founders Mike Lazaridis and Douglas Fregin were interested in making a bid for the troubled
The HTC Desire, not the one from a couple years ago, but the Desire ’601′ is now available at Koodo Mobile. This entry-level Android also launched at several other Canadian carriers, namely Rogers, Fido, Bell and will soon be available at SaskTel. The specs of the Desire is good for the price — $300 outright
TELUS is coming off a great few days. The Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications (CCTS) released its annual report earlier this week explaining that TELUS experienced a 27% decline in consumer complaints over the past year. Today, TELUS reported their Q3 2013 results and declared a 5.2% wireless revenue increase of $71 million, to $1.44
As expected, the Nexus 5 has officially launched at several Canadian carriers. So far TELUS, Bell, Fido, Rogers, SaskTel, WIND, Koodo, Virgin and Quebec-regional carrier Videotron have started to take online orders.
You can’t get much cheaper than this for a smartphone; you’ll pay $200 for the Sony Xperia M from Virgin Mobile and Bell. The device has a 4-inch 854×480 pixel display, a 5MP camera that shoots 720p HD videos, a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 1700 mAh battery and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 users recently received an update that brought additional ‘security and stability’ fixes (OS 4.3 and firmware version N900W8VLUBMJ1). We’ve received several tips today from Note 3 users on several carriers that another update has just been pushed through. This brings the device to build N900W8VLUBMJ4 and includes additional “stability improvements.” As usual, the update can
Here’s the full list of companies that invested $1 billion into BlackBerry, plus interim CEO has a base salary of $1 million
On Monday, it was made apparent that Fairfax and BlackBerry were not moving forward on a $4.7 billion deal to take the company private. Instead, BlackBerry will be taking on financing of $1 billion (USD) from Fairfax Financial and “other institutional investors.” Until today the other participants were not known — Fairfax is spending $250
Bell has created an app that allows your smartphone or tablet to act as a remote control. If you’re a Fibe customer you can now download the Fibe Remote app view what’s on TV — either by swiping within the content guide or by searching for a specific program. In addition, the app allows you