Category: Rogers

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Rogers now offers email alerts for OS updates and upcoming devices

New devices come out every quarter on Canadian providers. Many carriers offer the option for customers to sign up to be added to a mailing list for future products; both TELUS and Rogers also have systems in place for pre-order or reservations for new devices. It seems that Rogers is taking it a step further

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Moto E and Moto G LTE review

The story of compromise is really a narrative of degrees. How much are you willing to sacrifice to achieve something else? In the Android world, as the dwindling price of components outpaces the speed requirements of the software powered by those parts, such commoditization has created a market of capable, low-cost devices with Motorola at the forefront.

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Sony SmartBand now available at Sony and Rogers stores

Sony’s lifelogging SmartBand is not the most visually-arresting wearable on the market, but it comes with its own retinue of tricks, including a very-capable app that does more than just count steps. The Japanese behemoth debuted the SmartBand at CES in January, and six months later it is available for $99.99 at Sony Stores and

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Rogers will support WiFi calling in iOS 8

Rogers currently has a WiFi calling system dubbed One Number that works on iOS, but come this fall users won’t even need to open an app to avoid using their minutes. While Apple likely announced WiFi calling, which is the ability to connect a regular circuit-switched call to another device over WiFi instead of cellular

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Rogers debuts Sportsnet Now, a multi-channel, multi-platform sports solution

Today, Rogers debuted Sportsnet Now as part of its Upfront announcement, bringing multi-platform, multi-channel sports programming to iOS, Android and the web. Free for Sportsnet TV subscribers, Sportsnet Now offers 24/7 live viewing on all seven channels, including Ontario, East, West, Pacific, ONE, 360 (formerly theScore) and World. The idea of streaming live programming is not new,

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