TELUS has launched a great new initiative for parents and their kids called WISE, which stands for Wise Internet and Smartphone Education. Through a series of partnerships with high-profile anti-bullying and internet security firms Bullying.org and MediaSmarts, along with a web portal for kids and adults aimed at educating both age groups on how to best protect themselves on
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The day is here for all lovers of large phones and S Pens. The Galaxy Note 3 is now available, along with the Galaxy Gear smart watch, at carrier stores and retail outlets. The 5.7-inch smartphone is an impressive piece of technology, and a significant improvement, both aesthetically and functionally, over last year’s Note II.
For a company that always seemed to be on board with BlackBerry even when others weren’t, the news that Rogers won’t sell the Z30 is likely a huge blow to the smartphone manufacturer. It was announced earlier today that TELUS, Bell and MTS will offer the BlackBerry Z30 on October 15th, but the Rogers name
BlackBerry recently declared that the upcoming 5-inch Z30 will soon arrive on Bell, TELUS and MTS. There was no word on a specific release date or pricing – but we now have this information for you. According to an internal doc we received it reveals that Bell will start selling the BB10-powered all-touch smartphone on
The winding roads of Highway 401 between Toronto and Kitchener leave ample time for reflection. As I thought about the changing season and the glorious colours produced from its dying foliage, it seemed an apt metaphor to consider the city of Waterloo as being in a similar position. The BlackBerry we know is dying; in
Nokia has officially brought its 41MP powerhouse Windows Phone 8 smartphone to Canada. This is now available at TELUS and Rogers and the prices are as follows: TELUS: $199 on a 2-year or $725 outright Rogers: $199.99 on a 2-year and $599.99 on a month-to-month As for specs, the main feature of the LTE-enabled Lumia
There’s nothing like watching a child open up a new toy. The smile, the unbridled ferocity of his imagination or her curiosity. It’s all very inspiring. Apple customers seem to relive this joy annually, but this year there is a new colourful alternative to “last year’s model.” The iPhone 5c replaces the iPhone 5 on
TELUS has launched a successor to its storied Mike push-to-talk network, dubbed TELUS Link. The new service is compatible with the company’s HSPA+ and LTE networks, and will work with select WiFi networks as well when it launches mid-month. Unlike Bell’s HSPA-based PTT network, Link is ostensibly compatible with all operating systems, including iOS, Android,
Samsung in on the cusp of launching a slew of new devices this week. The main attraction will be the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, but for those looking to save a bit of cash and not run in the spec race, the Galaxy SIII mini and S4 mini might be up your alley.
This is a busy week for device launches. One of the more prominent is Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3, which is hitting eight carriers this Friday, October 4th. We know a lot about the phone, from its 5.7-inch 1080p display to its redesigned S Pen, but what we don’t know is the price. Fortunately, we’ve come across