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According to screenshots recently leaked online, Rogers is getting set to launch an early upgrade option. Currently customers have to wait 24 months to upgrade their hardware, which is lengthy with today's rapid development in technology. Customers will be able to upgrade before the 24 month period has passed, but would be subject to a fee. There's no confirmation as of yet on how much the early upgrade fee will be, but we're guessing it's somewhere between $10-$20 for each remaining month before standard elgiibility.

We'll be sure to let you know once more information is made available.


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Google have stated on the Android Developers Blog that they will be introducing new payment methods to the Android Market on "authorized carriers". At this time there is no further information available as to when this change will be made, or if any Canadian carriers will be supported at launch, but developments like this can only mean positive changes in the future - no matter how far away. Speculation points to a delayed release of the new payment method north of the border, seeing as paid applications took significantly longer to come to Canada than the U.S., but we'll be sure to keep you informed.


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MTS Allstream announced today that Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. has been recognized as one of Canada's top socially responsible corporate citizens, remaining a constituent of the acclaimed Jantzi Social Index(R). The Jantzi Social Index, developed by Janzti Research Inc., consists of 60 Canadian companies that pass a set of broadly-based environmental, social and governance screens.

"As a large national telecommunications provider, we have a responsibility to grow and operate in a sustainable manner," said Pierre Blouin, Chief Executive Officer. "Through corporate programs and policies, we are accelerating our company's green and community initiatives, and conducting business in a manner aligned with the principles of sustainable development."

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This is the first time TELUS has presented the annual award, which will provide $50,000 each year in performance bonuses to National Team and other athletes entered by the CSF into major competitions.

"TELUS has a long-term commitment with the CSF to ensure the ongoing development and future success of young boarders across the country," said Steve Podborski, executive director of TELUS Sport Marketing. "TELUS is proud to give our Canadian athletes a boost, and we're happy these cash awards will help our country's elite snowboard athletes focus on winning rather than fundraising as they continue driving for the podium."

Athletes receiving awards include Maelle Ricker of North Vancouver; Jasey-Jay Anderson, Mont Tremblant, QC; Drew Neilson, North Vancouver, B.C.; Rob Fagan, Cranbrook, B.C.; Tom Velisek, Squamish, B.C.; Dominique Maltais, Montreal, QC.; Derek Wintermans, Vancouver, B.C.; Mike Robertson, Canmore, AB; Ryan Hickey, North Bay, ON; Matt Morison, Burketon, ON; Brad Martin, Ancaster, ON; Jeff Batchelor, Oakville, ON; Crispin Lipscomb, Whistler, B.C.; Sarah Conrad, Halifax, NS; Neil Connolly, Whistler, B.C.; Ryan Rausch, Vancouver, B.C.

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Best Buy Canada announced the end of the promotion of HD DVD products and stop to offering HD DVD products in few months. The Blu-Ray technologies are the only one HD technologies promote by Best Buy for her clients. The regular Best Buy warranty of satisfaction is applicable for all HD DVD products buy in any Best Buy in Canada. This declaration of Best Buy Canada is making after announce of Toshiba to stop HD DVD production and development.

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Telus has announced the purchase of a small company in Toronto that specializes in the field of web transmissions continuously. Telus announced this as an environmental initiative, since it will supposedly their clients to reduce their movements and improved their communications. If it continues resentments ecological of Telus, buy a cell is also environmentally friendly, because we no longer need to make long distance by car to speak to our friends, ridiculous. But it should be stressed that the purchase by Telus to Fastvibe will probably Fastvibe people to be able to continue to improve their products.

\"This is a positive development for our company, our customers and our employees,\" said Tim Macklaier, president and chief executive officer of Fastvibe. \"The strategic combination of our two companies will allow us to leverage the strength of TELUS\' brand and broad market reach to significantly grow our services in Canada and globally.\"

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The Canadian company, Research In Motion, come from announced by communicating that it revealed its new API for Blackberry. It is based in on JAVA; the development of software for BlackBerry was to be reinforced. Several API is available for support MP3, XML, BlackBerry Messenger, GPS in other. ?Push Mail paved the way with our success on this market, but now in fact the mobile applications are the next phase.? declared Mike Lazaridis, President and Co-CEO at Research In Motion.

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The virtual operator American Amp'd Mobile has just announced his entry on the Canadian market of the wireless telephony. Amp'd, which was already active in Canada with its alliances with Telus to offer multi-media contents on the cellular apparatuses sold at Telus. Amp'd will use the cellular network of Telus and will be sponsored by Telus. Several alliances are now concluded with actors Canadian and Qu?b?cois of which: MTV Canada, CBC, NHL, MusiquePlus, Musimax, Universal Music Canada, Warner Music Canada and others. We currently work on the development of the new section of our Web site relating to Amp'd.

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Certifications (70-540) Microsoft for the developers Windows Mobile are now available at Microsoft. The examinations connected to the development under Windows Mobile will evaluate your knowledge with the platform Windows Mobile 5.0, SQL Server 2005 Mobile, Visual Studio and it. Compact Net FrameWork. The English whole well on the site of Microsoft E-Learning

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Microsoft has just announced the exit of its kit of development for Windows Mobile 6. An emulator which makes the happiness of the developers, which makes it possible to test more quickly, is also available as in the kit of Windows Mobile 5. For the Professional SDK (for Mobile Windows with touch screen) and a SDK Standard (for Mobile Windows without tactile)

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