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Huawei provides an affordable option to other cellular network equipment vendors and carriers like Telus want that quite badly. But are strings attached?
We now have all the details on where you can get the latest and greatest Motorola mid-ranger Android phones in your locality.
The all-touch TCL-made BlackBerry Motion is almost ready for primetime up north, where it's going to cost around $600 CAD outright.
Of course, when we're talking about Canada, we're still stuck on two-year contracts with minimum service buy-ins to achieve these upfront deals.
Bell already has an update out for the Nexus 6P, but Rogers users will have to wait. This delay could be tied to compatibility issues with some US carriers.
Bell will presumably carry it with LTE connectivity. Nearly every specification has been downgraded from last year's original Grand X View.
Virgin Mobile has confirmed that it has extended the warranty of its LG G4 over this stark issue while Rogers and Fido are working on it.
Carriers must be able to provide device unlocking free of charge from day one. Customers now also have more control on overage caps
Smaller regional carriers in Canada have picked up the large phone, but it seems that consumers want the phone at places like Bell and Rogers.
Bell is the latest of four Canadian carriers to move the Android Nougat update to the HTC One M9. United States carriers are taking it slow.
In fact, Bell had the pre-order links for both the Pixel and the Pixel XL up a couple days before they were to be revealed by Google.
The Canadian carrier is selling the phone for $699.99 or for free on a two-year contract and if you sign up for an $80 a month service plan.
There's some contention when you mention Alexander Graham Bell's name around historian, but it is supposed he made the first phone call, ever.
O, Canada! BlackBerry’s home and native land. And if there’s any support for the company’s devices, it’s got to be at the Canadian carriers. So, with the BlackBerry Priv being teased back and forth across the pond, it’s good to know that home will be where the heart is.
After we just got done telling you that Bell is opening up to the Sony Xperia Z5, we should first tell that it’s also working on selling the BlackBerry Priv as well. It’s thanks to a poster promoting Bell’s Atlantic region LTE-A service.
After some reprimands for some bad corporate behavior, Bell has some good news to share with us this week. It might seem a little topsy-turvy to what the Canadians’ counterparts to the south are used to: the US would get first dibs on new, neat things before they do. But as we’re expected to get the Xperia Z3+ down here — maybe only online, if soon doesn’t come soon enough — … not this time.
Bell will exclusively carry the Sony Xperia Z5 in Canada starting October 29. It’s offering a two-contract price, but if you would like to buy a black or white [...]
Back in 2009, Apple decided to block over a thousand apps from its App Store in one fell swoop. Most of them had previously been tracked by users and journalists as having been astroturfed — review pages painted with extremely positive, poorly written comments from accounts that only seemed to review a certain developer’s products.
Mind you, we’ve covered Samsung’s positive and negative astroturfing campaigns before. But the most important things an app has is its star rating and reviews. After all, they’re put right up in your face before you hit [...]
Get some early details on Sony Xperia Z2 North American release plans, and here some theories about who in the US might be interested.