5G networks are prepping for release later this year in the U.S. and closer to 2020 in Canada and internationally. Canadian service providers have started testing 5G networks and technology.
The Apple Homepod is finally seeing a release in Canada. Released last year in the U.S., this Bluetooth speaker provides quality sound to all who dare pay its hefty $449.99 price.
364 days after Apple announced the 2017 Apple iPad, the iPad is back again with a few minor enhancements. The 2018 iPad is already available at the Apple store and will be available at most Canadian and US carriers in the very near future.
The Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) just launched at several carriers across Canada today. Priced at under $700, the A8 (2018) has many features from Samsung's flagship S-series smartphones.
For those of you who have been waiting patiently since their announcement in January, Sony's Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra are finally available in Canada.
Government officials have developed a specific list of the types of alerts that are considered a threat to life and should be "broadcast immediately." Starting April 6th, Canadians will have these alerts broadcasted directly to their wireless LTE-capable devices.
Next month TELUS will be increasing the cost of their 24-hour international travel ass-on, 'Easy Roam'. This news comes shortly after the other two major Canadian carriers - Rogers and Bell - did the same.
Bell Mobility-owned Lucky Mobile is now available to residents of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Lucky covers 19 major "zones" with their prepaid mobile service; now including Winnipeg, Regina and Saskatoon.
Today the US variation of Virgin Mobile Canada's 'Roam Sweet Roam' service has increased in price from $5 to $6.
Sony has given their flagship smartphones a sleek new look for 2018. The 5.7-inch Xperia XZ2 and 5.0-inch XZ2 Compact are the world's first phones to claim 4K HDR movie recording capabilities.