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We just let you know that Sasktel has introduced a couple tablet data packages, and it looks like they've followed up by making microSIM cards available to the public. Customers can now purchase a microSIM card for use with their unlocked iPhone 4's or iPads for $10 each, or receive one for free "with device purchase on post paid contract", which can only mean a near-future iPhone 4 launch. According to sources, the Saskatchewan carrier will be launching the iPhone 4 sometime around Christmas, though no official confirmation has been received as of yet.


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We have received image and information about the new Touch BlackBerry in Canada. The BlackBerry Storm 9530 World Edition will be launch in exclusivity by Telus in Canada. No price or no date for the moment but we bet the device will be available before Christmas.


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Telus seems very well with the LG appliances these days; this is the third device that LG Telus offers its customers probably in anticipation of Christmas. The device is a very simple and a very small price that could be very interesting, if you have a contract and lost your device. He has a Bluetooth connection and a low-end camera for 0.3 mega-pixels. It is available immediately at Telus free with a 3 years contract or $ 199.99 without a contract.


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According to a survey carried out by the firm Solutions Research Group on 1000 12 years old Canadians and more, 80% of the gifts wanted for Christmas are technological devices. Many more surprising, the Canadians would put in eighth position new the iPhone of Apple which is not even yet available to Canada. According to several information the iPhone would have being available to Canada for Christmas, but a disagreement between Rogers and Apple would delay its left in Canadian territory. Here signal 10 of the Christmas presents according to the study of Solutions Research Group.

1. Tv HD
2. Digital camera
3. Laptop
4. Cellphone
5. desktop PC
6. Video Camera
7. Nintendo Wii
8. Apple iPhone
9. Blue-Ray or HD DVD
10. Gps


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According to the site specialized Folks Blackberry, it would seem that Telus prepares a Blackberry Pearl 2 which will be launched a little before Christmas. The Blackberry Peral 2 has a camera of 2.0 mega pixels and probably a Wifi connection, which is rare enough for a Blackberry. It is not known if Bell or Rogers would offer them also the second version of Pearl. It is absolutely necessary of rumour and normally it is Rogers who offers of exclusiveness new the Blackberry. As that was the case for [BlackBerry 8800 which we already tested a few weeks ago.

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Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) proposed the specifications for the version Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. Several additions are with the program of which a consumption of the quite less battery and the simplification of the file transfer between devices. If one believes about it, Michael Foley, with the head of Bluetooth SIG, this version is really higher than the precedent especially by its very low fuel consumption. If this specification does not test any problem, next Christmas should bring to us, in addition to the Father Christmas, of the devices and additional Bluetooth 2.1+EDR.

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