Category: Contests


Contest: Win a TELUS Samsung Galaxy S5 and a Gear Fit!

This is it! You’re chance to win a beautiful Samsung Galaxy S5 and a Gear Fit, courtesy of TELUS! This new LTE-enabled flagship runs the latest version of Android (OS 4.4.2 KitKat), has a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED Full HD display (1920×1080, 432ppi), 2.5 Ghz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, built-in heart rate monitor, 16MP camera with



Contest: Win a Bell HTC One M8

Our first HTC One M8 contest was incredibly successful and here is yet another chance for you to score this latest flagship! This time around it’s a Bell version and the all-aluminum beauty is waiting for you. We’re pretty fond of the LTE-enabled HTC One M8 – see our review here – and the full



Win a Bell Samsung Galaxy S5! (Contest)

This is a big one. The Galaxy S5 is Samsung’s newest flagship Android and Bell has graciously handed one over to us to giveaway! How do you win? Easy, you just leave a comment in the blog post below and we’ll pick the winners at random. Please ensure you have a valid account associated with



Update: Winner announced in our Google Chromecast Contest

Update: This contest is now over. We are happy to announce that Damon Rose has taken home all the Chromecast brings. NO worries if this isn’t you as we currently have two TELUS HTC One M8′s up for grabs. Fancy a Chromecast? Google officially made this HDMI dongle available to Canadians and it allows you



Contest: Typo Keyboard for the iPhone 5/5s giveaway

Typo, the iPhone 5/5s case that Ryan Seacrest and Co. cribbed notes from BlackBerry, has had its fair share of attention. The overall design is remarkably similar to the keyboard on several BlackBerry devices, namely the BB10 powered Q10 with its frets. The two companies are currently in a fierce patent infringement lawsuit, but that



Win a $100 Microsoft Store Gift Card (Update: Winner selected)!

In late 2012, Microsoft held a big party to launch its Canadian flagship store at Yorkdale Mall. With new outlets popping up all over North America, the company is trying to make a name for itself in retail by bringing together its biggest brands, Windows, Windows Phone, Xbox, Office, OneDrive (aka SkyDrive), in one area.