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Why RIM has a great shot with BB10

BB10

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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Canadian iOS 6 Users Reporting High Data Usage – Possible WiFi Bug

  We recently reached out to one carrier specifically to report higher then normal data usage and the carrier refuted that there is no issue on their network. So this led me to do some more research and contact several of our readers for feedback. In every case, every user is also above the average and in a few cases, …

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Apple unveils iPhone 5 LTE available in Canada September 21

Apple just announced the next generation iPhone at a media event held in San Francisco earlier today. The iPhone 5 LTE will be available in Canada on Bell, Telus, and Rogers and pricing and specs are listed below: Retina Display 326 PPI 4″ Display  HSPA+, DC-HSDPA, and LTE  (Rogers, Telus, Bell, Fido, Virgin, Koodo Resolution Aspect Ratio of 16×9 (1136 …

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What Rogers does not want you to know about the iPhone 4S

Well after nearly a year of dealing with numerous members of the Office of the President and the Office of the Ombudsman of Rogers Canada, several staffers and others in the industry are still experiencing problems and Rogers has yet to address one serious issue. The problem is specific to the Apple iPhone4S and the Rogers network. We have tested several …

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Apple to Redesign Earphones for iPhone 5

A new video has surfaced showing a possible redesign of the Apple classic earphones which will ship with the Fifth Generation iPhone (iPhone5) in September. The build quality of the earbuds look to be charicteristic of Apple and appear to have been manufactured by Foxconn in Vietnam. As you can see below in the photo the cable reads Designed by …

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[UPDATED] Jury reaches verdict in Apple vs Samsung Trial : Samsung Found Guilty

Samsung vs Apple

Well, that was certainly quick! In under 3 days of deliberation, the nine member jury has reached a decision! Unfortunately we continue to wait for the verdict as U.S District Judge Lucy Koh reviews the case. The decision is expected to be read today and we will update you as quickly as we can! Apple filed its lawsuit in April 2011 and …

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[UPDATED] iPhone 5 parts shown in several videos

iPhone 5 SIM Tray

With an Apple media announcement coming September 12, now is the time when we start to see images & videos of parts being leaked and what we see here today looks to show quite the changes to the upcoming iPhone 5. Hopefully this youtube video stays online so make sure you check it out quickly as it has already been …

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Voomote Zapper now incorporates iCloud

As we continue to wait for our review unit of the Voomote Zapper,  great things are happening to the product even if we are starting to doubt the existence.  Zero1.tv has announced the Zapper now incoporates iCloud to save your custom remote control configurations. As you can see, utilizing your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, you can control your tv …

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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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Voomote Zapper now available for iOS devices

A company by the name of Zero1.tv has launched an exciting new product for iOS devices. The Voomote Zapper is essentially an IR Blaster to convert your iPod/iPhone/iPad into a universal remote control! You heard correct! The Voomote Zapper plugs into your iOS device and is battery-free allowing you to change channels on a wide array of devices. One of …

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