If you have a BlackBerry PlayBook one of the main missing features is an email client. This is a source of frustration for some users but RIM promised to push out the official email client sometime this Summer. A few weeks ago third party app developer aiFlex developed and submitted an app for the PlayBook
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TELUS’ sub-brand Koodo Mobile will be adding another Android powered device to their lineup. They already have the LG Optimus One and the “pure Google” Nexus S but coming soon is the INQ Cloud Touch. This comes with OS 2.2 Froyo, integration with Facebook, 3.5-inch display (320 x 480), 5 megapixel camera with video, Wi-Fi
In our recent poll that asked “Which Canadian carrier has the best lineup of devices” it was TELUS that came out on top, closely followed by Bell then Rogers. But there is a flip side to just offering great devices. Monthly plans are the other key component. Over the past year since the new entrants
The original Samsung Galaxy S was a global success (Captivate, Fascinate, Vibrant). It was the first Android lineup to sell 10 million units and by the looks of how sales are going for the Galaxy S II it seems it’ll blow past that number. Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy S II has sold over 1
Asus has officially introduced a phone/tablet called the “Padfone” at Computex 2011 today. Unveiling a 4.3-inch Android smartphone (probably Ice Cream Sandwich OS) and a 10.1-inch tablet the combo device doesn’t need multiple SIM cards and phone docs into the back of the tablet to give an “expanded view” of what’s in your phone (and
The Sony Ericsson Xperia arc is one of the thinnest Android devices available and we have two up for grabs! The arc is only 8.7 mm think and runs Android OS 2.3, comes with a 4.2-inch display, 1Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and an 8 megapixel camera that captures HD video. Those are some of the
So you finally dish out the cash and purchased a tablet. You’re loving the ease of use, ability to play games and the style… but you can only get 10 hours of battery life out of it before it needs to be recharged. Here’s a concept device that would be insanely cool to see happen.
Here’s some unfortunate news for Friday. After recently celebrating their first year in business we’ve learned that Mobilicity has let go some of their management team and a number of Senior Directors. What we know for sure is that Doug Perry (Vice President of Sales), Sara Moore (Vice President of Marketing) and Sharyn Gravelle (Vice
Ofcom, the UK independent communications regulator, has stated that “contracts will be limited to a maximum of 24 months”… basically banning 3-year mobile phone contracts. In addition, “consumers and businesses must also be offered a choice of contract lasting no longer than 12 months”. The reason for the change is because “Shorter contracts are likely
When TELUS resurrected CLEARNET a couple months back they positioned the brand to be a low-cost carrier that offers Unlimited Talk and Text plans in BC and Alberta. TELUS spokesperson Shawn Hall said that “Clearnet is a small market trial running in Kelowna and Red Deer. TELUS routinely conducts market trials to test out new