Look, you may not want to admit it, but chances are you’ve parked your child in front of an episode of Caillou or Sesame Street in hopes they’ll stop fussing around and let you breathe. Today, Bell has added a source of such respite to their Mobile TV app, available on iOS, Android and BlackBerry, in
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If there’s been one constant in the Android OEM community over the past two years, it’s Sony’s seeming inability to keep up with the competition. Though the last two years have seen the company continue to be one of the only to debut new mobile hardware at CES, each time — the Xperia S and
The Nexus 5 has started to arrive at Canadian carrier retail stores. This should be available on November 8th — as previously reported the 16GB version will cost about $100 on a 2-year or $500 outright. In addition, the initial stock will come with a sticker on the box that will ask you to do
The Nexus 5 was officially announced today and quickly sold out. The 16GB version is $349 (CDN) and the 32GB version is $399 (CDN). While we’re still waiting on the complete carrier list, we can confirm that TELUS, Videotron, Fido, Rogers, Virgin, WIND, Koodo, Virgin and Bell will be making the 16GB Nexus 5 available
Though we’re still getting over the excitement of the announcement — go buy one and return here, quickly! — but the Nexus 5 is here and we’ve had a brief chance to play with it. The TL;DR version is that this is a very nice phone, and is a bargain at $399 CDN for the 32GB LTE version.
The government of Ontario is close to passing Bill 60, the Wireless Services Agreements Act. After passing its third and final reading this week with a unanimous 96-0 vote in the legislature, the former private member’s bill is preparing to protect wireless customers in Ontario. While there is a fair amount of crossover with the federal
We’re receiving reports that some Canadian HTC 8X users are receiving an update to Windows Phone GDR3. This is quite surprising since, though Microsoft had announced the update itself, no Canadian carriers committed to releasing it. At least one carrier we know of, Bell, has begun rolling out version 8.0.10501.127 to their 8X customers, bringing some
Rounding out the new devices for next week will also see Bell release the entry-level Sony Xperia M. This will officially become available on November 7th for the respectable price of $199.95 outright. While it’s a starter device, the specs are solid with a 4-inch display (854 x 480 resolution), 5MP camera that captures 720p
A couple weeks ago we let you know that Bell was going to release the HTC Desire 601. Since then it’s been revealed that this entry-level Android will also make an appearance on several other Canadian carriers, including Rogers, Fido and Koodo Mobile. Rogers will be making the Desire 601 available on November 4th, but
Good news for Bell customers in Cobourg, Ontario as it seems that LTE has finally reached the area. Bell also notes that “Even though we already offer Canada’s largest LTE network, currently reaching over 25 million people, we have aggressive expansion plans to deliver LTE speeds and performance across the entire country.” While the coverage