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HTC One X coming to Rogers Canada


The HTC One X was announced today during the HTC Press Conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and from the looks of the HTC updated overview, Rogers Canada will be carrying the HTC One X on their LTE network. The HTC One X will launch mid Q2 of 2012. HTC has also released the full specs which can be seen …

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Kinect for Microsoft Xbox 360 brings voice control to living room

This morning Xbox 360 owners will be provided with an exciting new firmware update that will enable voice control and enhance video streaming. From the comfort of your own couch, you will be able to control such services as Netflix, Zune music, Crackle and Rogers On Demand and more. Kinect users will be able to also use gestures as well as …

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Rogers launches LTE Network in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver

Rogers has finally flipped the switch on LTE in 3 of the country’s largest metropolitan areas. Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver now have the distinction of joining Ottawa as the first cities to enjoy the blazing fast speeds of Rogers newest mobile offering. Tektok attended the Toronto launch event today outside the Rogers offices, where they set up a fully branded …

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Rogers LTE is coming to Toronto on September 28

Rogers Canada has announced some major news and this is great news. Currently Rogers has been testing LTE in the Ottawa area and today have announced the availability of LTE in Toronto on September 28.  What does this mean? Well for those without a LTE (4G) device, it does not mean much. For those with LTE devices currently or that …

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Sasktel confirms Samsung Galaxy S II coming to Canada in July

Galaxy S 2

Posted by Jamie Forestell One of the most anticipated phones of this year, the Samsung Galaxy S II, will be coming to Canada in July according to a tweet from Sasktel. The Samsung Galaxy S has been one of the most successful Android smartphones to date and the successor should be even more successful. The upcoming device will sport a …

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Shaw to change pricing plans due to public outcry

Shaw has just announced a new pricing plan to offer higher download caps at higher prices as well as new unlimited plans. This stands out from the usual pricing schemes of lowering download caps and increasing both speed AND overage fees such as Rogers and Bell. Shaw’s mindset here is greater flexibility and customers increased use of the internet will …

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The Internet Police. How Canada is losing it’s Privacy and Freedom of Speech

Posted by Justin Here at tektok we understand the importance of technology specific issues such as privacy and net neutrality. Not only are these politically pressing issues that need immediate attention from the public eye but these issues will get worse for Canada as technology evolves and continues to play an increasing role in our every day lives. Back in 1999 …

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LG Optimus 2X and Optimus Pad Quick Look

Posted by Jamie Forestell We were invited to a media event earlier this evening and what you see above is the first 3G/WiFi Android Tablet (Honeycomb) in Canada. The LG Optimus Pad features an 8.9 inch screen with a 1280 x 768 WXGA resolution. The tablet is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core 1 Ghz processor, has front …

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White iPhone 4 : Carrier Availability

Posted by Donny Torrefranca We know that Bell and Virgin Canada has confirmed that they have launched the white iPhone 4 today.  Since then I’ve been on the hunt to figure out exactly which other carriers will have them available.  I’ve since checked the Rogers website and looky here… Rogers actually has them now too.  Perhaps Telus and Fido hasn’t updated their …

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Lack of Subscriber Growth in Canada Surprises Netflix

Netflix reports that during first quarter 2011, only 290,000 Canadians subscribed down from 510,000 in the previous quarter ending December 2010.  Netflix also reported the total number of Canadians currently subscribed was 800,000.  Reading a report on the National Post, they seem to think that the bandwidth caps are hurting Netflix growth in Canada. While I have to agree that …

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