It’s here Canada. Google’s Nexus One phone just got released for the Canadian market and US customers on AT&T. Previous Nexus One phones would only utilize 2G and EDGE network connectivity, not the best for your Android experience, but good enough. Now Google has announced a compatible 3G version, so T-Mobile USA is no longer the only one with a Nexus offering and Canadian Rogers Wireless customers can get on board.
The phone can be purchased from Google’s phone store for $529 USD, free shipping in the USA.more →
Vancouver is easily one of the most expensive and least affordable places to live in the country. That’s why more and more people are moving into the suburbs and this has created an added strain on the cellular coverage in the ‘burbs. To better address these concerns, Rogers wants to set up a new cell tower… but they want to do it in a cemetery.
Apparently, Rogers Communications wants to erect a new cell tower in the middle of the Port Coquitlam Cemetary. This tower will be forty meters in height and will provide better coverage to people living in the Port Coquitlam area, which is about half an hour from Vancouver proper.more →
It may have started out with just the T-Mobile G1 and the HTC Dream G1 (the same hardware), but the Google Android phenomenon is really starting to pick up steam all around the world. If you’re looking for a new Android phone from Rogers, look no further than the Samsung Galaxy Spica. It has been confirmed for Canada’s big red carrier.
This started out as just a rumor, but it has been confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Spica will indeed be offered by Rogers Wireless. As expected, it’s got a big touchscreen again.more →
Following up on the HTC Dream, the HTC Magic was the second Google Android phone to grace the shelves at Rogers Wireless. It offered a full touchscreen-based interface and worked well to introduce Canadians to the Android way. Well, it’s received a sizable upgrade; so sizable, in fact, that Rogers is calling it the Magic+.
As you may recall, both the HTC Magic and the HTC Dream were pulled off the shelves at Rogers so that they could deal with a pesky 911 software issue.more →
One thing that really changed in 2009 was the increasing popularity of the Google Android platform. In the beginning, we only had the T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream G1) if we wanted to get into the Android thing, but now there are several other manufacturers getting in on some Google-fueled action. There’s the Motorola Droid from […]more →
The first Sony Ericsson XPERIA (X1) featured Windows Mobile under the hood, but the smartphone-makers opted for a whole new skin and a Google Android platform for the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10. As you may recall, the X10 started its life out under the codename Rachael. It has now been picked up by Rogers Wireless, […]more →
We officially found out a couple of months ago that Rogers Wireless would be carrying the BlackBerry 9700. Well, it is most definitely a part of their holiday lineup and we were lucky enough to get our hands on a review unit to take out for a test drive. If you’re looking for the latest […]more →
What do you want for Christmas? It’s easy to yearn for the newest Guitar Hero or MacBook Pro, but you also have to realize that there are a lot of people who are less fortunate than you. They need warm clothes, a hot meal, and just a little bit of love. Thankfully, it’s easier than […]more →
If you were really antsy, then you may have already purchased the Nokia N86 from the Nokia USA flagship store earlier this year. For the people who were willing to wait, however, Rogers Wireless is now offering this 8-megapixel camera phone and you can have it for a fraction of the unlocked, unbranded price. As […]more →
Want to make sure that you’re not yakking past your minutes this month? Nowhere near a computer where you can log into your account and you don’t want to bother with calling 611 on your handset? It seems that Rogers Wireless and Fido have the iPhone people covered with the new “My Account” app. Naturally, […]more →
As I was poking around in the weekly flyer from Future Shop, I saw something that just might be fantastic news for all the Google Android fans in Canada. Want to get the ‘droid, but don’t want to break the bank? You might want to head over to Future Shop to grab your HTC Magic […]more →
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 […]more →
If you’re a fan of phones like the LG Rumor and Samsung Gravity, but you find yourself wanting something with more of a Finnish flair, it seems that Rogers Wireless has just the ticket for you. Offering a smartphone-like experience at a more affordable price is the newly announced Nokia Surge 6790. This announcement didn’t […]more →
Rogers has been able to enjoy quite the healthy GSM monopoly in Canada for a number of years, but some heavy competition is just around the corner. Naturally, the suits at Rogers need to come up with sommething to respond to these new entrants and they’re doing it with “webphones” priced at under $100 each. […]more →