Telus Joins the Canadian 4G LTE Party

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The exact definition of what consistutes 4G is still all kinds of murky, but what is clear is that Telus will be catching up to its Canadian “Big 3″ counterparts today with the launch of its 4G LTE network. Bell and Rogers already launched their respective LTE networks, so it’s only a natural play for Telus to do the same.

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REVIEW: Sierra Wireless AirCard 313U 4G LTE Mobile Broadband Modem

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Rogers Wireless recently launched its LTE network in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Ottawa, supposedly giving you speeds that might be even faster than what you have at home or at work. I had the opportunity to try out the only Rogers LTE device at the moment — the Sierra Wireless AirCard 313U mobile broadband modem — and this is what I found.

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BC Place Stadium is both Telus Park and Bell Pitch?

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The reconstruction of BC Place Stadium in Vancouver is entering its final stages and this is going to be the venue for both the BC Lions football team and the Vancouver Whitecaps soccer team. The trouble is the place seems to have some competing sponsors.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Play review: The Android PlayStation phone

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I play a lot of games on my smartphone. The trouble is that a smartphone was never really designed for serious video game playing, and that’s where the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is supposed to come into the picture. It’s PlayStation certified and is purpose-built to give gamers what they want while still doing the usual Android smartphone thing too.

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REVIEW: Google Nexus S Smartphone (850/1900 Version)

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The original Google Nexus One was a statement phone. It was meant to be the Google Phone, getting first dibs on any Android updates and providing users with a pure “vanilla” experience. No carrier branding, no custom skins. The Nexus S is the second generation of that idea and now it’s available for a few more people. That’s because they’ve got the tri-band HSPA (850/1900/2100) version in the wild.

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