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Expedia for Windows Phone 8 now available

Microsoft’s Windows Phone Store has been receiving some love recently. Major developers and brands have devoted some energy to this OS and launched several key apps, such as Pinterest, Tim Hortons TimmyMe, Kobo, and Fitbit even recently announced its commitment to WP8 devices. Expedia is the latest company to expand past iOS and Android. The

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Nexus 5 in Yellow might be available soon

The Google Nexus 5 is currently available in several colours, including black, white and red. There has been rumours floating around the web that we might eventually see a yellow version of the pure Android device arrive, but nothing has appeared. Today, while Google I/O developer conference is in progression, Google updated its main Nexus

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Court grants Mobilicity creditor protection until September 26th

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has once again granted Mobilicity, legally known as Data & Audio-Visual Enterprises Holdings Inc., creditor protection, until September 26th. According to the latest court documents, Mobilicity noted that its “Cash Flow Statement projects that the Applicants will have sufficient liquidity to operate, and to fund the costs of this

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Official specs of the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live

The LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are the first smartwatches to run Google’s Android Wear, which is designed specifically for wearable devices and has the tag line of “Information that moves with you.” Announced and teased many times over the past few weeks, the G Watch has a buttonless and minimalist design that

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CRTC makes registered numbers on the National Do Not Call List (DNCL) permanent

The CRTC announced today that the numbers registered with the National Do Not Call List (DNCL) are now permanent. Canadians were previously informed that they would need to re-register their numbers at some point in time, but this move “enhances the CRTC’s ability to protect the privacy of Canadians from unwanted telemarketing calls.” The DNCL

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