Iron Man 2 Blasts onto CES Show Floor with Branded Gadgets

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No, you still won’t have that special energy orb thing in the middle of your chest and you still won’t have the unfathomable fortune of one Tony Stark, but you can still have some fun with Iron Man 2. Vivatar inked a special licensing deal that will see a range of branded products. More likely […]

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CES EXCLUSIVE: Samsung ebook reader for Google Books

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The trend may have started with “just” the Amazon Kindle, but the push toward ebook readers has certainly been thrust into the forefront in recent months. Not to be outdone, Samsung has decided to enter this realm too, but the newly announced Samsung E6 and E101 readers come with quite the powerful backing. Whereas the […]

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iWave Grass Roots Collection Grows Wood for CES

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The Consumer Electronics Show kicks off a little later this week in Las Vegas and I fully intend on seeing all there is to see at the show while I am there. It’s going to be a hectic show for sure, but sometimes, you need to just relax and get back to nature. At least, […]

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QWERTY and Touchscreens Coming to Nokia S40 Devices

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Everyone seems to clamor over a new BlackBerry, Android phone, or perhaps an upcoming iPhone, but Nokia remains the largest cell phone maker in the world. They may not be particularly flashy about it, but they seem to get the job done. Moving forward, they want to offer a little more to the S40 market […]

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iPhone Races to Finish Line with Need for Speed: Shift

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The Apple iPhone is home to some pretty great games and now it’s getting to hit the race track with another offering from Electronic Arts. The latest addition to the App Store is Need for Speed: Shift, offering a mobile version of that game that you would normally be playing on your PlayStation 3 or […]

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Wind Mobile Launches Today with Four Phone Choices

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It’s been quite the exciting ride, but Wind Mobile is finally launching in Canada today. The price plans are basically in line with the leak that we saw last week, so now let’s take a look at the actual phones that you’ll be able to use with Wind Mobile. As you may already know, Wind […]

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No More System Access Fee for Bell Too

The whole System Access Fee (SAF) thing has always been a sore spot for Canadians. It was originally introduced to help carriers recoup the cost of building up their networks, but now it is largely perceived as an unfair cash grab. Thankfully, we could be slicing the final head off this hideous three-headed beast. Well, […]

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Rogers Wireless Announces Camera-Happy Nokia N86

We got a good look at the Nokia N86 camera phone when we learned that the Nokia flagship stores would be selling it in the United States, but what about a carrier subsidy? Well, Canadians are getting treated to eight megapixels of greatness, thanks to Rogers Wireless. It’s not like this announcement came out of […]

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Telus Announces Death of SAF, Rise of Clear Choice Plans

When Telus first decided to introduce the Koodo Mobile brand, one of its biggest selling points was the lack of a system access fee. This was a major boon for the Canadian wireless market and it’s a trend that was followed shortly afterward by Fido and others. Well, it seems that big brother Telus is […]

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This Netbook Has Dual Intel Atom Processors

This Netbook Has Dual Intel Atom Processors

The netbook market is incredibly popular these days with just about every computer company jumping into the fray with an offering of its own. By and large, they make use of the Intel Atom processor, but when are we finally going to get our hands on some dual-core Atom action? Behold the Swordfish Net 102 […]

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No More System Access Fee for Rogers Wireless, But…

I’ve got some good news for all the Rogers Wireless subscribers in the audience. Just like Koodo Mobile, Solo Mobile, Virgin Mobile, and Fido before it, Rogers Wireless has announced that it will finally be getting rid of that horrid System Access Fee that is tacked onto every monthly bill. That’s the good news. You […]

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iPod Touch and iPod Nano Prices Drop Ahead of Apple Event

The “It’s only rock and roll” event is currently underway in San Francisco and I’ll have a roundup of the announcements a little later today, but it seems that Apple dropped a bomb on us just before the event went down too. If these price drops are any indication, it means that we are indeed […]

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Latest BlackBerry OS Introduces Highly Anticipated Features

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Given the relative popularity of BlackBerry devices from Research in Motion and how well the devices work for keeping people connected to the office (and to friends), you would think that these features would have been introduced a long time ago. There are some advanced features there already, but this latest BlackBerry OS update brings […]

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Are Standalone GPS Devices Going the Way of the PDA?

You’ve probably noticed that most of us love the idea of convergence devices. Our cell phones used to be for just voice calls, but now we use them for taking pictures, listening to music, checking email, surfing the web, managing our schedules, and so much more. We’re also increasingly using them for GPS navigation purposes, […]

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