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Another iPhone 5 image surfaces, probably fake

A new picture of what could possibly be the iPhone 5 has surfaced again, this time on MacRumours. It’s unknown if this image is real or not but makes it look thinner and has the much talked about edge-to-edge display. The person who posted the image stated the “Picture taken yesterday in the office of

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HTC Flyer gets hit with the official “coming soon” stamp

This makes it more official. Located within the deep pages of the latest flyer from Bell’s retail chain The Source is the upcoming HTC Flyer. We mentioned this a few days ago but this now being printed in ink confirms this Android tablet to be “coming soon”. No dates are listed for but this 16GB

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Rogers HTC EVO 3D and LG Optimus 3D now available at Best Buy

Best Buy has officially made the Rogers HTC Evo 3D and LG Optimus 3D available for sale today (Rogers website still has thin on pre-order). Here’s some more goodness for these 3D devices, Best Buy is selling them both $50 cheaper on a 3-year than Rogers is. The HTC EVO is be available for $99.99

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Rogers to release the Acer Inconia Tab

If getting the BlackBerry PlayBook, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (launching soon) and the LG Optimus Pad from Rogers are not for you… you might consider getting the Acer Inconia Tab might be up your lane. We’ve been informed that this will be coming to the Rogers lineup sometime between Q3 and Q4. No price points

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Bell now has 300,000 Mobile TV subscribers

Bell announced their Q2 2011 results this morning and the wireless subscriber base reached 7,283,847. Looking over the presentation an interesting stat has emerged. Over the years Bell has been going hard on promoting their Mobile TV offering, it really started with the 2008 Beijing Olympics but bolted recently with the adoption of smartphones and

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Bell reports Q2 results: Wireless subscriber base hits 7,283,847

Bell reported their Q2 results today and apart from the onslaught of numbers there’s something in the report that is new. The usual way of announcing results in the past was something like “we had a growth in data due to the increased adoption of smartphones from the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry”. This time Bell

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