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Bell Mobility Launches BlackBerry Curve 9300
10/08/2010
American cell phone carrier, Verizon Wireless, will launch a new and improved version of Motorola’s Droid smartphone on Thursday.The ‘Droid 2′ device will look much like its predecessor with a 3.7-inch touchscreen display, sliding QWERTY keyboard, and 5-megapixel digital camera. The new version, however, will feature an enhanced 1-GHz processor, 8GB of internal memory, and the...
 
Telus Doubles Residential TV Customer Base in One Year
05/08/2010
Telus Optik TV subscribers can now use an Xbox 360 device as a digital set-top box, thanks to a collaboration between Telus and Xbox manufacturer, Microsoft.“The Xbox 360 enables graphics for games, and we said to Microsoft that since you can do all that, why can’t you use it as a set top box too. Why not put some of that muscle into the TV side,” said Telus’ Chief...
 
Rogers Wireless Releases BlackBerry Curve 9300
03/08/2010
Vancouver-based wireless operator, Telus Mobility, has successfully tested a new cellular technology that could double the speed of its mobile data network by early next year.Telus’ current HSPA+ network can deliver downstream bandwidth of up to 21-Mbps under perfect conditions. The new technology, known as ‘HSPA+ Dual Cell,’ will double the theoretical maximum speed to 42-Mbps....
 
Telus to Double Mobile Data Speeds with ‘Dual Cell’ Technology
02/08/2010
America’s leading broadcasting network, CBS, is moving to make its TV shows available over the internet.CBS announced earlier today that it had signed a new ten-year deal with Comcast, which could allow the cable giant to retransmit select shows over the web via its TV Everywhere service. The broadcaster also announced that it is in talks with streaming video service, Hulu, to make its...
 
CBS Negotiating Online Distribution of TV Content
29/07/2010
Canada’s two biggest cell phone operators, Rogers Wireless and Bell Mobility, have released pricing information for the Apple iPhone 4, which is set to launch across the country tomorrow.Bell will offer a 16GB version of the iPhone 4 for $159.95, or a 32GB version for $269.95, both on a three-year contract.Rogers is offering the same deal on a three-year contract, but is extending the...
 
Canadian Telecom Industry Generates $41-Billion in 2009
28/07/2010
Manitoba will become the next Canadian province to require ten-digit dialing, with a second province-wide area code set to be introduced in November 2012.The existing ‘204′ area code is expected to run out of numbers sometime in 2013, meaning that a new prefix — ‘431′ — will have to be introduced, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission...
 
CRTC Request Public Input on Definition of “Basic” Phone Service
23/07/2010
Just days after U.S.-based online video provider, Netflix, announced plans to operate in Canada, Rogers Communications is imposing stricter bandwidth caps on its cable broadband services.As of July 21, customers who sign up for Rogers’ “Lite” broadband service will be limited to downloading 15GB of data per month, while “Extreme” subscribers will be subject to a...
 
Rogers Imposes Stricter Internet Bandwidth Caps
21/07/2010
Greater Toronto is expected to run out of phone numbers and may need a new area code by July 2015, according to the Canadian Numbering Administration.Toronto already has two area codes (416 and 647) but “it’s very likely there will be a third area code” in the coming years, according to Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission spokesman, Denis Carmel....
 
Telus Mobility to Launch iPhone 4 on July 30
17/07/2010
Canadian wireless startup, Wind Mobile, is extending its $150 porting credit to Bell and Telus subscribers, so as to encourage an influx of new customers from all three major Canadian carriers.The $150 credit was initially available only to Rogers Wireless customers, and was seen as preemptive counterstrike against Rogers’ forthcoming discount brand, Chatr. Now that Wind has made its point,...
 
Wind Mobile Extends $150 Credit to Bell and Telus Users
16/07/2010
Canadian wireless operator, Telus Mobility, will offer the Android-based HTC Desire smartphone for just $79.99 on a three-year service contract, according to a retail inventory screenshot leaked on MobileSyrup.com.The HTC Desire will feature a 3.7-inch LCD display, 1-GHz Snapdragon processor, 5-megapixel digital camera, and Google Android 2.1 operating system.The Desire, manufactured by...
 
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