Category: Rogers

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LG G Flex review

No one needs a curved phone. It’s almost certainly the latest gimmick in a litany of specs that seems to be the result of a maturing smart device market sucked dry of new ideas. And yet the G Flex intrigues me. It’s not the best Android phone on the market, and it’s almost certainly too

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HTC One M8 Hands-on (video)

The HTC One, a year later, is still one of the most polished and well-designed Android experiences ever crafted. From its tasteful Sense UI to the aluminum chassis, there were only a few nagging issues with various individual components, the feedback of which HTC heard loud and clear. Though the company has had a troubled

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LG G2 update to KitKat now available to download

As expected, LG G2 owners on various Canadian carriers can now update to KitKat (OS 4.4.2). This is coming in at 635.99 MB and we’ve received tips that Rogers and Bell customers can now go forth. Check your G2 and let us know if it’s arrived on your device and what carrier you’re on. Settings

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Rogers lists complete specs and pricing of the new HTC One (M8)

HTC’s newest flagship smartphone will be officially unveiled tomorrow, March 25th and we’ll bring you all the news from New York. This has been one of the most leaked devices in the history of leaked smartphones. We already know that TELUS is launching the new HTC device and now we bring you news straight from

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Update: Rogers and Bell LG G2 KitKat update coming March 25th

Rogers LG G2 customers could very well be tasting KitKat by March 25th. According to the latest revision on their OS upgrade schedule, Rogers has penciled in this coming Tuesday for the flagship to receive the long awaited upgrade to Android 4.4.2. Of course, the fine print notes that “release dates are subject to change,”

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So long, iPad 2; welcome back, iPad 4

Apple has quietly retired the iPad 2, which was selling at the bottom of its tablet lineup starting at $399. It has been replaced with the iPad 4, also known as the iPad with Retina display, the second-generation product that replaced the first iPad with Retina display in October 2012. Still with us? The iPad with

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