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Telus have added few detail on TelusMobility.com about new BlackBerry Tour 9630. Not exactly date for the moment or price but Telus publish few details like, GPS, Worldwide Edition and geo-tagging with the 3.2 mega pixels camera.


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Rogers have launched the first cellphine with a 8.1 mega pixels camera in Canada. It?s a camera before a cellphone, and it?s not a joke, we have try this device and it?s incredible. A Very very nice screen let you make photos in second with spectacular result. The Rogers Sony Ericsson Cyber Shot C905 include also a WiFi connection, a aGPS function for GeoTaging, Bluetooth stereo connection and ? Smile Shutter ? function. The Sony Ericsson Cyber Shot C905 is sale at Rogers Wireless store for 249.99$ with a 3 years agreement or 449.99$ without agreement.


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Bell Mobility announced they have bought completely Virgin Mobile Canada for $142-millions. Bell has also bought a long-term licensing agreement with the Virgin Group for continued use of the Virgin Mobile brand in Canada.

"Bell Mobility's acquisition of Virgin Mobile Canada supports our strategic imperative to Accelerate Wireless, a core component in Bell's overall strategy to achieve our goal: To be recognized by customers as Canada's leading communications company," said George Cope, President and CEO of Bell and BCE. "This initiative will allow Bell Mobility to be uniquely flexible in the competitive wireless marketplace, maximizing network, handset, distribution and global roaming efficiencies, and enhancing the growth of the No. 1 youth brand in Canadian wireless."


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<< Supports Bell's strategy to accelerate wireless and leverage momentum in digital television, high-speed Internet and home phone services Adds more than 750 stores across Canada to Bell's national distribution network >>

MONTREAL, Quebec, March 2 /CNW Telbec/ - Bell today announced it has agreed to acquire national consumer electronics retailer The Source to further enhance the growth of Bell's wireless, digital TV, Internet and home phone services.

"The Source is a respected leader in consumer electronics retailing right across Canada. Its acquisition supports Bell's strategic imperatives to accelerate wireless and leverage momentum in wireline services like Bell TV, Bell Internet and Bell Home Phone," said George Cope, President and CEO of Bell and BCE.

"With its strong national presence, brand, and management team, acquiring The Source represents a competitive and cost-effective approach to ensuring Bell's leadership in delivering the best communications products to Canadians," Mr. Cope said. "Expanding the number of places people can buy Bell products is a core element in the execution of Bell's strategy to achieve our goal: To be recognized by customers as Canada's leading communications company."

In addition to its extensive lineup of consumer electronics products, The Source plans to carry the full array of Bell consumer services at its more than 750 stores across Canada, including Bell Mobility, Solo Mobile and potentially Virgin Mobile wireless products and services, Bell TV's industry-leading High Definition television services, high-speed Bell Internet, and Bell Home Phone products, by January 2010.

The Source will continue to operate independently from Bell following its acquisition and will maintain its well-known national brand, broad range of communications, computing and audio products, and its seasoned management team to be led by Ron Cuthbertson, a respected 30-year retail veteran and most recently President of The Source.

"The Source's new relationship with Bell will make the most of the combined strengths of both organizations in terms of products, service and national brand strength," said Mr. Cuthbertson. "Combining Bell's industry-leading roster of communications services with the brand, distribution presence, and consumer retailing expertise of The Source will contribute positively to the long-term growth of both businesses going forward."

The Source has a track record of profitability over the past seven years. LTM (latest twelve month) revenue as of December 31, 2008 was approximately $643 million while LTM EBITDA(1) (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) was approximately $27 million for the same period.

The acquisition of The Source and its more than 750 retail stores, most of them in high-traffic mall locations, is a faster and more cost-effective approach to increasing Bell's national distribution footprint than building out new retail locations. More than 70% of Canadians live within five kilometres of stores operated or licensed by The Source, and more than 80 million technology-savvy consumers shop at The Source each year.

Bell is acquiring substantially all of the assets of The Source, which was acquired by Circuit City Stores, Inc. in March 2004. On November 10, 2008, Circuit City and certain of its U.S. subsidiaries voluntarily commenced bankruptcy proceedings under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code and The Source commenced a voluntary proceeding under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA). Bell is acquiring The Source pursuant to the court monitored sale process being managed by NM Rothschild & Sons Canada Ltd. in connection with the proceedings under the CCAA.

Subject to court approval and other customary conditions to closing, the transaction is expected to close in Q3 2009. Due to the nature of the sale process and at the request of The Source, Bell does not expect to disclose the purchase price until after the completion of the transaction.


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Aliant a division of BCE in the Atlantic, now proposes a service of geo localization per cellular turn to its customers. ?We are charmed of launching this technology to Atlantic Canada, declared Paul Pothier, divisional chief - Sales wireless telegraphy. To seek and find, LocalisAction (MC), road Assistance and #TAXI constitute four other examples in the way in which we propose to the customers of Aliant an exclusive access to solutions which offers the convenience to them and a safety increased on the most powerful network wireless telegraphy of our area. ? The service was already available in the remainder of Canada, but it is now also available in the Atlantic.


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Dell which gave up its customers who bought of Axim, in particular Axim X50v which seemed to be a very promising device with its launching and which is still almost one of only to offer a screen VGA. They is still people from XDA-Developpers who succeeded in making function this pirated version of Windows Mobile 6 and it would function only on version VGA of Axim X50. It is obviously not recommended to install this update, but for those which are courageous that would prolong the life of your PDA.


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Rumors have court in Canada in this moment with the effect that the iPhone would not be available there because of the high prices of the fixed prices given. Indeed, no unlimited fixed price of data exists at Rogers and the fixed prices of data in force in Canada are very expensive. I would be very surprised that it is the exact reason, although the iPhone is very gourmand in band-width of its many functions multimedia. Fido had already made a fixed price given unlimited for HipTop (SideKick) which cost only 20 $ per month. I also doubt that a representative of Rogers entrusted this kind of information to an employee especially who they are not very advantageous for Rogers. In Canada there is one Operator GSM with the result that Apple cannot make assemble the biddings as regards the royalties on the fixed prices which must be to pour to them by the operators who want to offer the iPhone has his customers. Rogers who is not the kind of company to be made say what to make, really should not have courted Apple like could do it AT&T in the United States. Moreover, I believe that people from Apple can count and know the Canadian market rather well to know that they will not sell 100.000 iPhone in one week. Apple, which should sell some much more in Europe, must want to concentrate on Europe for the moment. While acting in this way, Apple puts the pressure on Rogers who will have to fold one day or the other.


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The large editor, National Geographic, has just announced new cellular under his mark. The apparatus is only made for the people who very often walk between the continents. Talk Abroad travel is cellular prepaid GSM, not blocked which supports 4 tapes. The calls leaving on more than one about sixty destinations its free and the service function in more than 100 countries. The apparatus will coutera you 200 $ or 49 $ per week for a hiring.


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