Bell has teamed up with Samsung as the first carrier to integrate KNOX security into its backend infrastructure for business customers. As we’ve detailed before, Samsung KNOX is a container for compatible devices — Galaxy Note 3 at first, with the Galaxy S4 and others coming soon — that separates personal data from business data.
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Samsung has just officially announced the ‘Galaxy Round.’ This is the ‘world’s first flexible display’ and sports a 5.7-inch curved OLED display. The display is the same size a the Note 3 (1920 × 1080 resolution), but the curves go from left and right and has a radius of curvature (degree of bending) of about
Samsung released the Galaxy Gear smart watch in Canada on Friday. This has several functions, namely the ability to see your messages, check the time, weather, play music, access your contacts and download apps. Currently the Gear is limited to the Galaxy devices running OS 4.3 – like the Note 3 and Tab 10.1 (2013)
As expected, the Samsung Galaxy S III and S4 mini are now available in Canada across several carriers. Both of these are excellent entry-level Android devices and the design highly resembles its larger flagships. The GS III comes in blue and is priced at $300 outright or $0 on a 2-year. Specs are basic with
A couple days ago we let you know about the no-term pricing of the Bell Samsung Galaxy S4 mini ($499.95) and the anticipated Galaxy Note 3 ($799.95). Both of these will be available on October 4th and we now have the 2-year contract prices. The GS4 mini will be $99.95 on a 2-year Voice and
Samsung has partnered with PayPal to bring easier payments to its Android app store and Hub. Samsung Apps developers can use PayPal to facilitate payments for their apps submitted to the store, while users in certain countries can use the payment service to pay for apps. Unfortunately, Canada is not on that payment launch list
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
The Samsung Galaxy S4 mini seems to be taking a similar path as its bigger brother and hitting every carrier. We already know that the device will be coming to major carriers on October 4th and have seen Rogers, TELUS, Bell, NorthernTel and Virgin Mobile announce plans to launch it – so it’s inevitable that