Google Glass may only be available right now for a handful of folks, but that hasn’t stopped the accessory submarket from heating up. Some of the accessories are taking the “Hello Kitty charm” route by having a little fun with this new face tech. Others are trying to solve some issues identified by the group
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Rogers has about 9.5 million wireless subscribers. Q3 results showed 8 million are postpaid and 1.5 million are prepaid. The prepaid market has been slowly declining over the past few years and Rogers is taking notice and has come out with an end-of-the-year promo. An internal doc we received reveals that any Prepaid customer who
Koodo is digging deep into the past with plans to release the year-old Samsung Galaxy Note II. Announced today on Facebook, Koodo declared the phablet will soon make an appearance for an unknown price. Considering Samsung has successfully launched its successor, the Note 3, the Galaxy Note II will be priced accordingly — hopefully well
Last May, Bell and RBC announced a partnership to launch a “secure mobile payments solution” by “the end of this year.” This would bring the ability for Bell and RBC customers to pay for small ticket items (debit or credit) from a compatible smartphone — which will be a number of BlackBerry smartphones (BlackBerry Z10,
A recent report out of Korea, backed by reputable site SamMobile, suggests that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S5, a Note 3 “Lite” and Grand “Lite”, and a few unknown entry-level handsets in Q1 2014. There’s no word on the specific timing, but we could very well see an official unveiling at Mobile World Congress
There are some phones that change an industry, and the Nexus 4 was one of them. Released for a ridiculously low $309 CDN ($299 USD) in early November 2012, the device went on to reveal the limitations of the carrier-free OEM strategy. Lacking LTE and felled by an underwhelming camera and poor battery life, the
Canadians looking to try on a pair of smart glasses are finally getting their chance, but it’s not Google who is making the dream come true. Instead, the first commercially available pair of smart glasses comes from Vuzix, a video eyewear and smart glasses company based in Rochester, New York. Vuzix announced today that they’ve
WIND Mobile, Public Mobile and Mobilicity all entered the Canadian wireless space during the 2008 spectrum auction. Many millions have been invested and it seems the end is near — consolidation is happening. Public Mobile was recently given the green light by the Competition Bureau for TELUS to acquire 100% of their business (spectrum and
This year for our annual December bonanza we have a slew of devices up for grabs! We have representation from Motorola, HTC, Samsung, Sony, LG, Nokia, BlackBerry, Google, Rogers, Bell, TELUS and WIND! In total there’s 15 days of goodness coming your way and the celebrations start today!
It’s back! Our annual buffet of smartphone and tablet giveaways has once again returned! Tomorrow we’ll start giving away various devices from various manufacturers and carriers – Motorola, HTC, Samsung, Sony, LG, Nokia, BlackBerry, Google, Rogers, Bell, TELUS and WIND. Just us spreading the holiday cheer!