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Canadian carrier: BlackBerry Z10 outselling iPhone, Samsung

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BlackBerry could have a winner on its hands with its new Z10 smartphone. At least, that's the story according to the owner of one telecom owner in Canada, where the Z10 is available for purchase. The new flagship BlackBerry model is said to be seeing stronger sales than both Apple's...
Canadian carrier: BlackBerry Z10 outselling iPhone, Samsung

Telus switches on 4G LTE February 10

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Telus became the third Canadian carrier with an LTE-based 4G network on Thursday. Starting on February 10 in Halifax, the carrier will have the same 75Mbps peak download speeds and 12-25Mbps averages as the existing networks from rivals Bell and Rogers. It plans to kick off the network with the...
Telus switches on 4G LTE February 10
4G BlackBerry PlayBook to launch this month despite RIM's torrid tablet past

HTC One X Now Up on Pre-Order at Rogers for $169.99 CAD

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Canadian carrier Rogers kicked off pre-orders for Nokia Lumia 900 last and promised customers who take advantage of the offer additional features for free.Today, the carrier announced the upcoming availability of the HTC One X in Canada. In fact, the smartphone is now up for pre-order for only $169.99 CAD...
HTC One X Now Up on Pre-Order at Rogers for $169.99 CAD
BlackBerry Q10 (the one with the keyboard) comes to Canada April 30th
HTC cancels Desire HD ICS upgrade due to 'poor' performance, says Telus

There Are Thousands Of People Already Testing The Next BlackBerry Phone And That's A Good Sign For RIM (RIMM)

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There are more than 1,600 business in North America testing RIM's new BlackBerry phone, which is due to launch in a few weeks, reports Reuters, citing RIM's enterprise accounts director. RIM is still very strong in the enterprise world, but the recent "bring your own device" trend could be tough...
There Are Thousands Of People Already Testing The Next BlackBerry Phone And That's A Good Sign For RIM (RIMM)

Former RIM co-CEO wanted rival devices to connect to BlackBerry networks before he left

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Prior to stepping down from his position as co-CEO at Research in Motion (RIM), Jim Balsillie is reported to have engaged in talks with numerous high-profile mobile carriers around the world in the hope of securing deals that would see rival mobile devices owners connect to its proprietary networks. Sources...
Former RIM co-CEO wanted rival devices to connect to BlackBerry networks before he left
New photos of LG Miracle with Telus branding surface
Ericsson, NSN keep their T-Mobile jobs for LTE build
Will Rogers launch the HTC One X on April 20th?
Samsung Galaxy S III with 2GB of RAM, Snapdragon S4 processor set for Canadian release on June 20th

Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE listed as 'coming soon' on Bell Canada's site

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Just yesterday, Canadian carrier WIND quietly outed its soon-to-be Nokia Lumia 710, and now it's Bell's turn to follow suit by teasing an upcoming device of its own. Unlike WIND, however, Bell isn't flaunting a Mango-flavored handset, but instead a Gingerbread-loaded Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE. As you...
Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE listed as 'coming soon' on Bell Canada's site
Fido turns on LTE network in Toronto, Vancouver, and other Canadian cities
Rogers leak pins BlackBerry Q10 Canadian launch date as April 30th
Telus LTE network launching Friday

Fongo makes a very public bid for control of Wind Mobile

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Canadian carrier Wind Mobile has faced no small amount of tumult in recent months, culminating in direct control by Orascom and talk of shopping the provider around to the highest bidder. We didn't entirely anticipate just who would take up the offer, however: Fongo, best known for its former...
Fongo makes a very public bid for control of Wind Mobile

Rogers gets HTC One X on April 20, Xperia S on April 17

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Canadian carrier Rogers has dates both official and semi-official for two of its highest-end Android smartphones for the spring. A leak to MobileSyrup of internal Rogers info has put the HTC One X release date as April 20. The provider had already confirmed that its version, which has the same...
Rogers gets HTC One X on April 20, Xperia S on April 17

Mobilicity upgrade to 21Mbps HSPA+ goes live with throttled service to match

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Sometimes the leaks are uncannily accurate. As we'd seen just days ago, Mobilicity has flicked on its 21Mbps HSPA+ network, giving customers of the alternative Canadian carrier up to three times the speed of before if they're using new $80 Huawei E366 modem or a compatible smartphone. Unfortunately, the...
Mobilicity upgrade to 21Mbps HSPA+ goes live with throttled service to match

Acer Liquid Glow hits the FCC, keeps its secrets

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Acer's Liquid series phones only occasionally reach the FCC, so it's with some surprise that we've just spotted the still-fresh Liquid Glow getting the US agency's approval under its E330 model name. Details are scarce as to whether or not there's been any changes made to the Android 4.0...
Acer Liquid Glow hits the FCC, keeps its secrets
Rogers to offer LTE to 60 percent of Canadian population by 2013

AT&T opens HTC One pre-orders; Sprint, Telus also prepare

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The HTC One has gone on sale in the United States as a pre-order through one carrier, while others are still preparing for their own sales. AT&T has started taking orders for the smartphone today as promised, while Sprint will be opening their pre-order queue tomorrow. Canadian carrier Telus has...
AT&T opens HTC One pre-orders; Sprint, Telus also prepare

"Objective Sanity Check"?: Canada Slips Further in Global Broadband Rankings

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Akamai has released its latest State of the Internet Report and it finds that Canada continues to slide in global broadband rankings. Last year, the Akamai report was often favoured by those who took issue with criticisms of Canadian broadband, claiming it offered "an objective sanity check" on comparative...
"Objective Sanity Check"?: Canada Slips Further in Global Broadband Rankings
Samsung Galaxy S III coming to Canadian carrier Videotron June 20th

Tip has Mobilicity's 21Mbps HSPA+ network going live next week with throttling after 6GB

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Mobilicity's much-needed 21Mbps network upgrade may be almost at hand... with a catch. A leak to MobileSyrup reportedly has the HSPA+ network arriving sometime next week in tandem with an $80 Huawei E366 USB modem to exploit the new speeds. However, the Canadian carrier might just slap an asterisk...
Tip has Mobilicity's 21Mbps HSPA+ network going live next week with throttling after 6GB

Telus nixing activation fees for new and current subscribers

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Oh the ever-so-wonderful activation fees. For some lucky folks in The True North, however, these one-time, undesired carrier tolls will be a thing of the past very, very soon. Today, Canadian carrier Telus announced it's taking a cue from Consumer Cellular and waving goodbye to those activation fees you...
Telus nixing activation fees for new and current subscribers
HTC One V ships from Telus on June 8th for $29.99

Rumor: Nokia Lumia 900 headed to Rogers in May

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The Nokia Lumia 900 was just announced for AT&T earlier this month, but understandably you’re all anxious to find out when exactly it will make it to your neck of the woods. If you’re in Canada, for example, we heard that it would be headed there at some point. Though...
Rumor: Nokia Lumia 900 headed to Rogers in May

Android 4.0 update schedule released for Rogers handsets

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Canadian carrier Rogers has release the schedule along which several Android handsets on its network will receive updates to Android 4.0. The schedule was revealed earlier today in a post on the Rogers Community Forums. Nine devices are listed in the post, with updates for the devices spread between now...
Android 4.0 update schedule released for Rogers handsets

Rogers offers HTC One X for pre-order in Canada, $170 on contract through April 30th

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You never thought that Canada would let the UK steal all of that gorgeous HTC One X limelight, did you? While Rogers can't compete with the phone's April 5th arrival at T-Mobile and Orange in the land of tea and crumpets, the Canadian carrier is currently offering HTC's flagship...
Rogers offers HTC One X for pre-order in Canada, $170 on contract through April 30th
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