Category: Mobile News

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iOS technician dishes the goods on saving your iPhone’s battery life

We don’t often post about mobile tips ands tricks, but sometimes the opportunity is too good to pass up. A former Apple Genius and iOS technician has compiled the results of years of research and anecdotal evidence after making it their “mission to discover the specific reasons for iOS battery drainage.” The article goes beyond

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Rogers to exclusively release the Amber Gold HTC One M8 in ‘mid-May’

The HTC One M8 is a beautifully designed smartphone that is well built. We recently reviewed the newest flagship and many Canadians have already purchased it through carriers’ pre-sale offer. The M8 is available through Rogers, Bell, Telus, Wind Mobile and SaskTel in Gunmetal Gray and Glacial Silver, but for those holding out for something

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Office for iPad team does Reddit AMA, says Ballmer greenlit release

Riding high on the news that the Office for iPad suite of apps has already surpassed 12 million downloads in its first week of availability, the Microsoft development team responsible participated in a Reddit AMA yesterday. After promising that print functionality was coming “in due course,” the team shed some light on the development of

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Toronto’s Green P parking to test smartphone payment option this summer

Toronto Parking Authority and its 130 Green P parking locations across the city will soon be making it easier for customers to pay. Green P currently accepts coins or credit cards, but coming this summer is a test that will introduce smartphone payment. Certainly not revolutionary, but definitely useful and convenient. Many cities have already

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Motorola’s new President and COO is the guy behind the Moto X

The man that introduced the Moto X to the world is now its President and COO. Rick Osterloh, former VP of Product, has taken over the highest role at Motorola during its transition period, after CEO Dennis Woodside stepped down following its acquisition by Lenovo. If you recall, Motorola is in the midsts of being

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