The HTC Sensation 4G will officially be available on July 5th through both Bell and Virgin. This anticipated Android is rumoured to be priced at Virgin for $499.99 and Bell for $549.99 on a no-term model. Looks like the shipments have started to fill retail shelves, including bix box locations. We’re betting someone will be
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The upcoming Sony S2 tablet has had limited time in the spotlight since it was announced on April 26th, mainly because it was quickly shown off in a promo video and finely sketched drawings. However, this Android 3.0 tablet has made its first official leaked presence online, only for about 18 seconds but gives a
Apparent open letter from RIM employee to RIM Senior Management urging “It’s time to change the culture”
First it was an open letter to RIM execs from a frustrated developer, then another open letter from a disgruntled shareholder… and now, yet another open letter from a high-level RIM employee to RIM Senior Management has surfaced online. BGR posted the very lengthy note that starts off by stating that “I have lost confidence”.
If these concept designs come anywhere close to what the “iPhone 5″ will look like are you going to purchase one? It’s rumoured that the next iPhone will change everything, again. Specs might have it coming with a bigger edge-to-edge screen, an A5 processor, thinner, lighter, sport an 8 megapixel camera and have an aluminum
The Facebook app on both the iPhone and Windows Phone platforms has been updated. Specifically for the iPhone this gets bumped up to version 3.4.3 and gives you the ability to save pics, plus the always vague “various bug fixes and Improved security” features. For Windows Phone users, you’ll have to wait for the upcoming
I love hearing about growing Canadian tech companies. Earlier this week it was Toronto-based Polar Mobile making more headway in the app business, now it’s Calgary-based Poynt Corp. Today they announced their Q1 2011 results and showed revenues increased 178% over last year to $535,716 (compared to $192,450 in 2010). However, according to the release
Wow, TELUS’ device lineup is shaping out really nicely! An image has popped up of a couple new BlackBerry devices that seem to be hooked up to the TELUS network. The heavily leaked and yet-to-be-announced BlackBerry 9860 (all touchscreen) has the familiar TELUS wallpaper, then the touchscreen/QWERTY Bold Touch 9900 is sitting pretty right next
TELUS and the B.C. government has tentatively signed a 10-year contract worth $100 million per year, so $1 billion! TELUS beat out other telecom players such as Bell, Rogers, Shaw and five others and will seem in almost part of the government: six regional health authorities, BC Hydro, WorkSafeBC, the Insurance Corp. of B.C. and
Because of a Microsoft-owned patent it was revealed a few weeks back that HTC hands them $5 from every Android handset they sell. It seems that trend is continuing as Microsoft is lining everyone up and just sitting back and taking it all in. Two new Android manufacturers, Velocity Micro and General Dynamics, have announced
So it’s not the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S II or the HTC Wildfire, but the Samsung Galaxy 550 is “coming soon” to SaskTel. This low-cost Android will be available for $249.99 outright and range all the way to $29.99 on a 3-year. This is a little behind the times when it comes to Android as