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HTC One M8 review

There’s a popular idiom reinforced in schools every year to millions of students: two heads are better than one. The thinking goes, one person is an island, and smart as he may be, there’s always another way to look at a problem. With the second HTC One, the M8, the Taiwanese manufacturer worked closely with

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Bell and TELUS go live with Galaxy S5 pre-orders

April 1st is the date that Bell and TELUS have pressed the go live button for pre-orders of the Galaxy S5. This 5.1-inch flagship is officially launching on April 11th and will come in both “Charcoal Black” and “Shimmery White.” The prices were revealed last month and TELUS has positioned the GS5 at $229 on

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TELUS CEO Entwistle stepping down, transitioning to Executive Chair

TELUS’s Darren Entwistle is stepping down as CEO of the company he has been in charge of for nearly 14 years. An outside hire in 2000, he has turned the telco into the second-largest wireless carrier in Canada, and premiered a number of customer-facing features that have since been emulated by the rest of the

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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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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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