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Samsung Galaxy Gear Drops to $280 in Canada, Compatible With More Samsung Devcies

Samsung moves 800,000 Galaxy Gear smart watches in two months

Samsung’s wearable Galaxy Gear is the company’s entry into the burgeoning wearables market. The smartwatch extends the functionality of certain Samsung Android devices, allowing for hands-free calls, quick access to e-mail, text messages and other notifications. The device even includes a pedometer, so fitness enthusiasts know exactly how much exercise they are getting. Samsung will…

Sony Xperia Z1 comes to Canada!

Sony Xperia Z1 comes to Canada

Sony has launched the Xperia Z1 in Canada. The Japanese company’s flagship device is available from all of the Big 3 carriers, including Rogers, Bell and TELUS with prices starting from $199 on a two-year contract. In addition, Sony’s own web store is selling the unlocked unit for whopping $725. As you probably already know,…

Rogers teams-up with Sprint to bring the connected car to Canada

Rogers teams-up with Sprint to bring the connected car to Canada

Rogers is teaming-up with Sprint to bring in-car infotainment and telematics solution to Canadians. Under the deal, auto manufacturers deploying Sprint Velocity in Canada will leverage Rogers’ network to connected vehicles on the road. This in turn will give Canadians access to a “seamless, connected experience on the road.” Connected services including infotainment (news, weather,…

LG G2 Coming To Canada On September 27th

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Residents of the great white north will be receiving the LG G2 soon, with the device coming to Canadian carriers Bell Mobility, Rogers, SaskTel, Telus, Videotron and Wind Mobile on September 27th. Pricing has not been disclosed yet, but we’d imagine the G2 will be priced around $200 on contract akin to most American carriers.…

Nokia Canada: Lumia 1020 coming to Rogers and TELUS

Nokia Lumia 1020 coming to Rogers and TELUS

Nokia Canada has tweeted the sweet(ed) news, saying that the hot-new Lumia 1020 is coming to two of the country’s largest operators, Rogers and TELUS. In addition, they said the device will also be available from Black’s which is a retail chain owned by TELUS. Unfortunately, the Finns haven’t shared any dates leaving us wondering…

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