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iPhone 6 Plus…is it too big???

Its the burning question everyone has on their minds, is the iPhone 6 Plus too big for me?If you think you are used to carrying Android devices with big screens such as the HTC M8 (5"), Galaxy S5 (5.1"), LG G3 (5.5") or even the Galaxy Note 3 (5.7"), prepare yourselves for when you pick up your iPhone 6 Plus.

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LG debuts the all new LG G3 Smartphone

After several leaks earlier this week and last, we are proud to present LG’s latest offering, the LG G3!  The G3 boasts some amazing specs and we cannot wait to put this phone up to the test.  The G3 features a Snapdragon 801 processor, a 5.5-inch Quad HD IPS display, and for those who like the ability to remove the …

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LG G2 Review

I can honestly say that with big surprise to me, it's LG that finally figured out how to merge Android OS and their skin without affecting the drain on battery life. Kudos to LG for a great device, and one that I think will be the new standard for how a smart phone should be.

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LG G2 Receives Android Kitkat Update

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Earlier today LG announced the availability of Android 4.4 KitKat on the LG G2 smartphone. This is great news for G2 owners and shows that LG is committed to their promise of delivering KitKat. With the KitKat OS 4.4.2 upgrade, the G2 will play music more efficiently and support the battery-saving location mode, extending – the already outstanding  battery life and user enjoyment. The …

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Motorola MotoACTV – Review

Do I like using the MotoActv? The answer is Yes. In fact I can't see myself without this when I'm at the gym anymore. I no longer have to worry about my phone dropping on the floor and accidentally dropping the dumbell on it for an inadvertent test of build quality. It is useful for gym-rats or runners alike.

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Why RIM has a great shot with BB10

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If you have been following Tek Tok since our initial launch in 2010, you may know that we are avid Apple users and huge fans of the iPhone and the iOS ecosystem.  You may also know that while we appreciate Android for what it is, we are not the biggest fan of the fragmented ecosystem and the lack of firmware …

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Rogers HTC One X Reviewed – Blockbuster or Bust

The HTC One X has finally landed on North American shores after making its initial debut in Europe. While the European counterpart boasts quad-core processor and double the storage size (32GB as opposed to 16GB), the North American version makes up for it with blazing LTE network compatibility. For full specification details, head on over to HTC.com for both the …

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Google pushes Google Play to Toolbar

Well the list keeps getting bigger and bigger on google.ca and unfortunately no mention of how to opt out! Today Google has added Google Play to the top menu bar. While this sounds like a music service, this is the rebranded Google Android Market or marketplace. Am I alone here or should this not be listed under the More category? …

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HeatMapz looks to improve NightLife Experience

A new application looks to improve the clubbing Experience by allowing clubbers to rate things such as the current atmosphere, music being played, and queues at the clubs near you are like. At launch, the application claims to index more then 20,000 clubs and bars worldwide. Apparently Vancouver is the only city in Canada that has nightclubs but hopefully HeatMapz …

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HTC One V coming to Bell

HTC One V

The HTC One V was announced today during the HTC Press Conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and from the looks of the HTC updated overview, Bell Canada will be the sole carrier in Canada launching the HTC One V. Of importance, is the network specification details for this low cost device. This device operates only on the CDMA/EVDO network. Looks …

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