It was only a few days ago that the first images of an white next-gen iPhone version leaked out. Today there is another leaked image. Is there anything left to be revealed next week at the WWDC? What do you think of this… you picking it up? (more…)
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Seems like the Pearl 9100 (3G) party is in full effect in Canada. Virgin has taken off the “coming soon” and those who want to get their hands on the newest BlackBerry (except those located in Saskatchewan and Manitoba) can do so on the following price plans: $49.99 on a 3-year and $349.99 on a 30-day. (more…)
The Globe and Mail has published their “Top Employers for Young People”. The list is compiled of those 40 and under and the employer “is evaluated according to the programs they use to attract and retain young talent. Key benefits include tuition assistance and the availability of co-op or work-study programs, mentorship and training programs and career management programs.”
For those associated with Canadian wireless there are 3 out of the list of 50: Ericsson Canada Inc., Research in Motion (RIM), Rogers Communications Inc. (more…)
Mobilicity officially launched their wireless services in Toronto back on May 14th with several plans and several devices. We’ve been notified that this week Mobilicity is set to go live with their download section, or what they are calling a “mobile content portal featuring top-selling games, the music industry’s Top 40 hits, as well as Bollywood and Asian singing sensations.”
Sounds good! We’re curious what the prices per download will be… or will they have this Unlimited also? (more…)
Another day has come in the Android revolution. Those wanting to get their hands on the Acer Liquid E can head over to Rogers and score one.
As we’ve stated before this comes with a 3.5-inch display, OS 2.1 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 5MP camera with video capabilities, WiFi, full HTML browser, GPS, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, holds up to 32GB (Rogers ships with a 2 GB microSD card). Overall dimensions are 116×54×12.75mm and weighs 135 grams.
Price plans range from the 3-year price of $49.99; 2-year for $324.99; 1-year for $374.99 the no-contract price of $424.99. More here at Rogers
The latest BlackBerry has hit Rogers and is now available in stores/online. No idea why this version is a bit more than TELUS and Bell? Perhaps is the exclusive Red colour. The Pearl has the new trackpad, SureType keyboard, 3.2 megapixel camera, BBM, built-in Wi-Fi, GPS.The Pearl 9100 can be yours on the following price plans (more…)
Nokia’s Ovi Store “open for business in Canada” with direct billing to your Rogers, Bell & TELUS account
Even though customers have been seeing carrier billing from Nokia’s Ovi Store since the end of April… it’s now official as Nokia sent out a press release stating that “Nokia’s Ovi Store is open for business in Canada. Offering integrated billing with all major carriers… with Bell, Rogers and Telus”. So this is not yet available through Wind Mobile or Mobilicity.
The Ovi Store allows you to download free and paid apps, games, themes and ringtones to your mobile device. No word on Canadian stats but worldwide the Ovi Store has over 1.7 million downloads per day. (more…)
If you’re a Toronto WIND customer (or a tourist coming to Toronto) you’ll like this news. Wind has selected Montreal-based iBwave Solutions to help design and plan in-building wireless coverage in Toronto’s underground PATH. The Path is used by over 100,000 people a day, covers over 27 kilometres of walkways that connect 1,200 business within 50 buildings. (more…)
After what was supposed to be a May 13th release but was “delayed until further notice”… Thanks to a few of our Bell tipsters who let us know that the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 is finally being released on June 4th.
In the internal document we received it states that “Bell is launching the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 which operates on the HSPA network and will replace its CDMA predecessor, the BlackBerry Pearl 8130″.
No conformation but you could also bet that Virgin will release the Pearl 9100 on the 4th also. Regarding pricing, here’s what the doc states but this will probably come in at $49.95 on a 3-year, outright price of $329.95.
Even though the new network has been delayed until the end of the year or at the earliest this Fall. If you take a peak at the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) site it shows the Videotron logo… so it looks like they’ll be getting a BlackBerry device of sorts. No word on which one(s) but the easy guess is the Pearl 9100 and Bold 9700. (more…)