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Did ASUS' Atom-based VivoTab show at the FCC with AT&T-ready LTE?

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ASUS' Atom-based VivoTab has largely stayed on the sidelines while the VivoTab RT takes the limelight. The FCC may have just hinted that it's time for the non-RT model to shine with a filing showing what could be a North America-specific variant. The absence of RT labeling across the...
Did ASUS' Atom-based VivoTab show at the FCC with AT&T-ready LTE?

Sony Xperia ZL gets its first US carrier, arrives at Cincinnati Bell on May 1st

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In the battle of 5-inch, 1080p smartphones, it seems that the Sony Xperia ZL might've gotten lost in the shuffle amongst US carriers. Despite its availability as an unlocked device (and through Canadian carriers), any potential stateside buyers looking to snag the Xperia ZL with a carrier subsidy are...
Sony Xperia ZL gets its first US carrier, arrives at Cincinnati Bell on May 1st
Apple Reveals LTE iPads For Verizon, AT&T, Rogers, Telus, And Bell

With WAC's demise carriers look for API alternatives

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The Wholesale Application Community may be defunct, but some hope of accomplishing WAC’s original mission – building a common set of mobile network APIs for developers – seems to remain. Other standards bodies are trying to pick up where WAC left off, and individual carriers are looking at private companies...
With WAC's demise carriers look for API alternatives
4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook launching July 31st, will retail for $550

Verizon iPhone 5 Confirmed to Be Unlocked on GSM 3G Networks

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iDownloadBlog has confirmed that the Verizon iPhone 5 being sold on contract does arrive unlocked for use on GSM networks, allowing users with a nano-SIM or a trimmed micro-SIM from a GSM carrier such as AT&T to use the device on their networks.I can confirm that the Verizon iPhone 5...
Verizon iPhone 5 Confirmed to Be Unlocked on GSM 3G Networks

Samsung Galaxy Note on ‘Coming Soon’ at Bell

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Bell is one of the Canadian carriers that already confirmed it would offer the Samsung Galaxy Note. The phone has just appeared at Bell’s site with the ‘Coming Soon’ tag attached to it.   As exciting as this could be, the smartp... (read more)...
Samsung Galaxy Note on ‘Coming Soon’ at Bell

Leak suggests Samsung ATIV S to launch in Canada with Bell on December 14th

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The S III-esque ATIV S didn't materialize on Canadian carriers in November as we'd expected, but a supposed leak from Bell's internal system shows it might well be launching before the holidays. Samsung's first (but not only) handset running Windows Phone 8 is arriving December 14th at Bell, according...
Leak suggests Samsung ATIV S to launch in Canada with Bell on December 14th
Asus Transformer Pad 300TL appears in FCC database with support for AT&T LTE

South Korea frowns on steep phone subsidies, bans new carrier customers for most of January

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South Korea is an ocean apart from North America in more ways than one. Where US and Canadian carriers virtually center their businesses around heavily subsidized phones, the Korea Communications Commission is discouraging the idea. The agency isn't just fining KT, LG U+ and SK Telecom for offering device...
South Korea frowns on steep phone subsidies, bans new carrier customers for most of January

Samsung Galaxy Note II variants for AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon possibly caught at the FCC

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It's no secret that Samsung plans to bring the Galaxy Note II to many US carriers by mid-fall. Even so, getting there requires the FCC's blessing -- which makes us glad to see the regulator approve what might be three carriers' variants of the giant Android phone. The SGH-i317...
Samsung Galaxy Note II variants for AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon possibly caught at the FCC

PSA: Samsung Galaxy S 4 now on sale at Canadian carriers

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Samsung's launch of the Galaxy S 4 hasn't been as coordinated as the company would like, but it's making some amends with today's launch of its flagship phone in Canada. In one fell swoop, most of the larger Canadian carriers are now offering the 16GB model for a typical...
PSA: Samsung Galaxy S 4 now on sale at Canadian carriers
Rumor: Galaxy S III to hit US and Canada June 20th, Galaxy Note coming to T-Mobile July 11th

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 returns to the FCC with 3G inside

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When Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 first passed through the FCC for approval, it was still shrouded in mystery. It just came back to the US agency with a familiar face... and a 3G twist. The GT-P5200 variant we have here supports built-in HSPA data that works with AT&T...
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 returns to the FCC with 3G inside

BlackBerry Q10 coming to Canadian carriers May 1st for $199 on contract

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It's usually safe to presume that BlackBerry will give the most love to its home country, and that's proving reasonable with the BlackBerry Q10. Bell, Rogers and Telus have all confirmed that they'll be carrying the QWERTY-equipped smartphone on May 1st, quite possibly putting them on the cutting edge...
BlackBerry Q10 coming to Canadian carriers May 1st for $199 on contract

Samsung ATIV S goes on sale at the big three Canadian carriers

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Samsung's ATIV S has only just started trickling out into the marketplace, but Canadians will be happy to know they're some of the first to get their feet wet: Bell, Rogers and Telus have all made the Windows Phone 8 headliner available from today. We're seeing a wild variety...
Samsung ATIV S goes on sale at the big three Canadian carriers
Nexus 4 shown working with LTE after simple tweak

Telus reportedly in talks to buy Mobilicity, spectrum likely to be the prize

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Canadians have been enjoying a minor renaissance in wireless competition since its AWS auction allowed a slew of smaller carriers to join the fray. Unfortunately, that diversity might be shrinking soon. The Globe and Mail reportedly has documents showing that Telus has been in active talks to buy Mobilicity...
Telus reportedly in talks to buy Mobilicity, spectrum likely to be the prize

RIM's PlayBook tablet pulled from US online stores

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Models of Research in Motion's PlayBook tablet have been pulled from online stores of some top retailers in the U.S. and Canada, a move one analyst said could be a sign that the company is readying a successor tablet. The PlayBook tablet is no longer listed on the online...
RIM's PlayBook tablet pulled from US online stores
Sprint says it's 'a little behind' on Galaxy S III shipments, T-Mobile limits launch markets

Yes, the new iPad is 4G LTE

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As rumored prior to today’s event, Apple has just confirmed live at the unveiling that the new iPad will support 21Mbps HSPA+ and DC-HSDPA at 42Mbps, as well as LTE at 73Mbps. Apple execs gave demos of the devices running on both AT&T and Verizon LTE networks, confirming support for both...
Yes, the new iPad is 4G LTE
Canada looks to bolster mobile competition with 700MHz spectrum auction and more foreign investment

Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos, Galaxy S II Plus possibly spied in Chinese certification

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Samsung has been pushing an ever-growing number of its mid-tier phones to larger screen sizes, and there's further evidence that it's not about to stop. Following some rumors, both the Galaxy Grand Duos and Galaxy S II Plus appear to have been spotted going through China's TENAA certification process....
Samsung Galaxy Grand Duos, Galaxy S II Plus possibly spied in Chinese certification

AT&T acquires NextWave for more WCS spectrum

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Today, AT&T announced that it will acquire NextWave Wireless for $650 million in order to beef up its WCS and AWS spectrum holdings. The AWS holdings aren’t that interesting, but the WCS ones are.NextWave Wireless bought spectrum in the 1996 auction after it was spun off from Qualcomm in 1995....
AT&T acquires NextWave for more WCS spectrum

EnStream to bring mobile wallet to Canadians, make loonies obsolete (video)

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A joint venture of Canadian carriers Rogers, Bell and Telus called EnStream is in final talks with the country's leading banks (likely CIBC, TD, RBC, Scotiabank and BMO) to bring a mobile wallet solution to the Great White North within six months. The system, which was demoed at the...
EnStream to bring mobile wallet to Canadians, make loonies obsolete (video)

Sony Xperia L swings by the FCC with North America-friendly 3G

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While Sony intrigued us with the Xperia L's blend of a low-end smartphone with a higher-end camera, it wasn't very specific on just where we could eventually buy one: "worldwide" doesn't help, folks. Courtesy of an FCC filing, there's now a hint that the phone might show up in...
Sony Xperia L swings by the FCC with North America-friendly 3G
RIM's BB10 International Strategy Starts Coming Into Shape: Carriers EE, O2, Vodafone Sign Distribution Deals In The UK

Motorola announces Android 4.0 smartphones for Canada

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While Bell Mobility has scored an Atrix HD LTE exclusive, a number of Canadian carriers will offer the Razr V later this summer. [Read more]...
Motorola announces Android 4.0 smartphones for Canada

The 32GB 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook Is Now Available From Candian Carriers For $550

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RIM announced the 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook earlier this month and it’s finally available from several Canadian carriers. The LTE tablet is slightly upgraded from its WiFi-only counterpart with a 1.5GHz CPU and 32GB storage option, but the main difference is the new LTE radio. The 7-inch PlayBook is a...
The 32GB 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook Is Now Available From Candian Carriers For $550

Canada welcomes the Galaxy Note, available on Bell and Telus for $199 today (video)

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Boom. Just as promised, the large beast that is Samsung's don't-call-it-a-tablet handset has hit available status in the Land of the Maple Leaf. Canadian carriers Bell and Telus have the Galaxy Note up for grabs now on their respective sites at the cost of $199 with a whopping three-year...
Canada welcomes the Galaxy Note, available on Bell and Telus for $199 today (video)
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