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SaskTel Unveils Improved IPTV Platform
01/09/2010
Not to be discouraged by the BlackBerry Torch’s lackluster performance in the United States, Canada’s largest cell phone carrier, Rogers Wireless, has announced plans to offer the device in Canada beginning on September 24, at a cost of $199.99 on a three-year contract.This pricing is comparable to that of American wireless giant, AT&T, which offers the Torch for US$199.99 on a...
 
Rogers, Bell, and Telus to Launch BlackBerry Torch on September 24
30/08/2010
Canada’s incumbent telephone and cable operators must allow smaller ISPs to piggy-back on their fiber-optic broadband networks, but can charge these rivals a 10% mark-up for doing so, the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled today.“Requiring these companies to provide access to their networks will lead to more opportunities for competition in retail...
 
Wind Preparing to Launch BlackBerry Pearl & Motorola Milestone
24/08/2010
Canada’s leading cell phone carrier, Rogers Wireless, has launched a budget-priced Android-based smartphone for just $29.99 on a three-year contract.The LG Loop GT540 device features a sizable 3-inch touchscreen display and weighs just 115 grams. It comes equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, a 3.0-megapixel digital camera and video recorder, and a 32GB microSD card slot.The LG Loop comes...
 
Rogers Wireless Releases LG Loop GT540
21/08/2010
Just two months after releasing the HTC Legend, Bell Mobility is already discontinuing the device.“Due to ongoing supply constraints from the manufacturer, the HTC Legend for Bell is effective immediately being discontinued,” according to an internal memo recently leaked onto the internet. “Bell employees are advised to redirect customers wishing to purchase the HTC Legend to...
 
“Supply Constraints” Force Bell Mobility to Pull HTC Legend
19/08/2010
Canadian wireless operator, Telus Mobility, has announced plans to discourage customers from receiving paper bills in an effort to cut costs and safeguard the environment.Beginning September 21, the company will charge customers $2 for each paper bill they receive.“Paper bills are more expensive. You’ve got to produce them, print them, and mail them. The two-dollar charge represents...
 
Telus Mobility to Begin Charging for Paper Bills
18/08/2010
Despite the growing popularity of smartphones and the multitude of mobile applications they enable, Canadians are hesitant about wireless banking services, due in large part to concerns about security.In a survey of 300 Canadians by the consultancy, KPMG, 8% said they had made a purchase over the internet using their mobile phone, while 15% had done some form of mobile banking. Overall, only 19%...
 
Security Concerns Put a Damper on Mobile Banking
17/08/2010
Burnaby, B.C.-based wireless operator, Telus Mobility, has released the Motorola Charm, a new smartphone running the Android 2.1 operating system.This slim, square-shaped handset features a 2.8-inch touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboard, and 3-megapixel digital camera with video recording capabilities. It comes equipped with 3G data connectivity, an Adobe Flash-enabled web browser, and...
 
‘Magic Talk’ Software Allows for Free VoIP Calling
16/08/2010
Taiwanese computer maker, Acer, has teamed up with Indian wireless carrier, Reliance Communications, to launch a new mobile broadband-enabled netbook computer.The Acer Aspire 532h features a built-in EV-DO Rev A modem, allowing it to access the internet wirelessly at speeds of up to 3.1-Mbps, from approximately 66 Indian cities. In other areas, the netbook will be able to access Relaince’s...
 
Acer Launches Mobile Broadband-Enabled Netbook in India
13/08/2010
Research In Motion, maker of the popular BlackBerry device, has released a statement saying that it cannot allow the Indian government to monitor the communications of its enterprise customers.India is one of several countries that has demanded greater access to highly-encrypted BlackBerry traffic, citing national security and counter-terrorism concerns.RIM has made some concessions with regard...
 
Telus Begins Selling BlackBerry Curve 9300
12/08/2010
Mobilicity, a wireless startup that has been active in Canada since May, has added province-wide long distance to its $35/month flat-rate talk-and-text service.In a bid to lure frequent international callers to its service, Mobilicity is also offering a number of competitively priced long distance add-ons, including unlimited calling to a number of Asian and European destinations for an...
 
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