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Samsung has recently stated via Twitter that the Canadian Galaxy S III launch has been delayed. The release of the highly anticipated Android device has been pushed back by 7 days, and is now expected to be released on June 27th. The delay will apply to all carriers launching the handset, which is pretty well all of them.

The delay, according to Samsung, is due to the extreme worldwide demand for the handset. While it may be frustrating to wait the extra week, most people can agree that such a widespread simultaneous release within Canada is still a great thing.

Hopefully there aren't any additional delays, but we'll be sure to keep you updated on any further information on the Samsung Galaxy S III as it becomes available!


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Mobilicity has recently introduced U.S. and global roaming options to their customers, with support for over 60 countries worldwide. U.S. roaming rates are just 25 cents/minute, which includes calls within the U.S. and back to Canada. Other costs for roaming in the United States include text messaging, at 10 cents per SMS, and data - priced at $5/mb of usage. Usage costs for global roaming appear to begin at $3.25/minute, 50 cents/SMS, and $15/mb of data usage. What do you think about Mobilicity's new roaming rates? Let us know in the forum!


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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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Bell Mobility will release the BlackBerry Tour 9630 the next July 11th in Canada. This Smartphone have a design similar to BlackBerry Bold 9000 of Rogers. The BlackBerry Tour 9630 includes a built-in GPS, a 3.2 mega pixels camera and a High resolution screen (480x360). This BlackBerry is a Worldwide Edition, he can use GSM network when CDMA network are not available.


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New price and new iPod are now available for Canadian customer. Apple drop the price of the iPod Shuffle 1gig for a little price of 55$. In the same time Apple announced a new iPod shuffle with 2 gig of memory for only 75$.

?At just $55(CAN), the iPod shuffle is the most affordable iPod ever,? said Greg Joswiak, Apple?s vice president of Worldwide iPod Product Marketing. ?The new 2GB model lets music lovers bring even more songs everywhere they go in the impossibly small iPod shuffle.?


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According to Jim Balsillie, the Canada is the country with the greatest penetration of BlackBerry per capita. The President of Research In Motion (maker of the famous BlackBerry) said that to the Canadian Association of wireless telecommunications. (ACTS)

"Canada was the birthplace of the BlackBerry platform and Canada continues to generate the highest per capita penetration of BlackBerry smartphones in the world today," said Jim Balsillie, co-CEO of Waterloo, Ontario-based RIM. "We are fortunate to be located in a country with a thriving wireless industry that continues to offer businesspeople and consumers world-class wireless data services. RIM works with hundreds of carriers internationally and I am proud to say that the Canadian carriers and our collective success are well respected within the worldwide industry."

We believe Jim Balsillie really do not live in Canada and do not really know the prices that are requested from Canadian wireless subscribers, because if it did it would not declare that. But I think that Jim speaks wireless operators in terms of glory because a portion of their profits return to RIM. The miss of competition in Canada is not a good thing for this industry in Canada.


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If one believes CNET of them, Cingular would have confirmed that the iPhone of Apple will be available to the sale next on June 11. This information is to be taken with prudence. The escape would come from a agent of the sales who would be well placed to Cingular and which did not reveal its identity obviously. What would coincide with Apple Worldwide Developers Conference where Apple often announced new products.


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Can known in America but very popular in Europe, HTC makes some cellular sold at Bell and Telus, as UTStarcom and Audiovox. The company, which is the first worldwide in terms of selling Pocket PC, will launch its own range of accessory. The first 2 accessories to emerge under the HTC brand are 2 Bluetooth headsets. I do not think that article will be available soon in Canada, but they will be in Europe, then it will order by Internet



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