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Rogers is not yet ready for 4KTV

So the hype has finally arrived for 4KTV in Canada, and it seems to be a race to meet consumer demands. Last week the first ever NHL game was broadcast and produced in 4KTV by Rogers. Hoping to catch my Leafs take on the Canadians in 4K, I decided to order the 4KTV box from Rogers as I felt some major FOLO during …

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Rogers launches Voice over LTE (voLTE) network in Canada…kinda

So Rogers has “flipped the switch” and enabled Voice over LTE across Canada today..but no one noticed. Why is that? The only device that is enabled is the new LG G3 Vigor which also launched today. Before we talk about the Vigor, lets talk about voLTE. VoLTE (Voice over LTE) is the next evolution in wireless calling. The VoLTE technology …

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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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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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CIBC, Rogers partner to launch Digital Wallet

CIBC is Canada’s first bank to announce a Digital Wallet solution partnering with Rogers Canada. This system will allow CIBC customers who also subscribe to Rogers smartphones to pay at NFC-ready retail outlets (i.e. MasterCard’s PayPass) using their mobile phone as opposed to using traditional Mastercard, Visa, Debit cards, or cash. “Beginning later this year, customers will be able to use this …

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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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Nokia advises possible Lumia 900 issues and offers credits

Lumia

As the Nokia Lumia 900 launched in Canada yesterday on the Rogers wireless network reports have surfaced of possible memory management issues. Nokia has been quick to address the issue and offer a solution to any customer experiencing issues connecting to the wireless network. While reports do indicate the problems being experienced are US customers on the AT&T network, we …

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Sony Xperia S sneaking into Canada on April 17 on the Rogers Network

Sony

Sony has announced that the Xperia S will be launching in Canada on April 17 on the Rogers wireless network running Android Gingerbread 2.3 upgradable to Android 4.0 at a later date. Availability is limited and is exclusive to Sony stores across Canada. The Xperia S does not come equipped with LTE so this will be on the Edge/3G/HSPA+ network. …

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Rogers Anyplace TV to stream entire 2012 Blue Jays Season

Rogers has announced Anyplace TV will stream the entire 162 game 2012 season for the Toronto Blue Jays via web browser, and also the Rogers Live app for your smartphone. Sorry iPad and Tablet owners, you are out of luck for the time being. Rogers promises something very soon! Now there is a small catch.. How it works: Rogers wireless …

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Is it time to stop paying for Cable TV?

Cable Guy

I recall when I was young, my parents paid about $45 monthly for Cable TV services and at that time we may have had about 82 channels in standard definition. Technology has evolved so quickly that nearly every home now has at least one HDTV television. The issue today is that HDTV comes with a cost. A cost that begins …

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