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LG G3 coming to Rogers, Bell, MTS, SaskTel and Videotron on August 1st

LG announced today that its latest flagship will come to several Canadian carriers on August 1st. While pricing will be revealed by the individual providers, Rogers, Bell, MTS, SaskTel and Videotron have all come on board with the release of the G3. The device will also be available at Tbooth, The Source, Wireless Wave, Wireless

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Samsung Gear Live, LG G Watch and Android Wear hands-on (video)

The other two Android Wear personalities — less expressive and a little more subdued — on display at Google I/O this week were Samsung’s newly-announced Gear Live and LG’s previously announced G Watch. We had a chance to play with both for a brief time, and came away impressed with the G Watch’s compactness —

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Chitika reports KitKat powers 37% of North American Android devices

Chitika’s ad network sees a lot of impressions, so it’s a fairly reliable to gauge the types of devices that permeate the North American market. The company did a survey of tens of millions of ad impressions between the end of May and beginning of June to determine which Android devices were running Android 4.4

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Android 4.4.3 beginning its Nexus rollout today

Small security update Android 4.4.3 is beginning to roll out for Nexus devices today, including the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 2013. While it’s understood that Google will launch a new Android version at I/O on June 25th, the company is fixing some important bugs in the meantime. Build KTU84M, which has been in testing for

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Hands-on with the LG G3, coming soon to Canada (video)

The LG G3 is real, and it is very impressive. The device was announced today simultaneously in New York City, London and Seoul, and while specific Canadian availability is not yet available, it will almost certainly come to multiple carriers in the country. The 5.5-inch device bears a close resemblance to its predecessor, but it’s

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