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Over the weekend, we let you know that the Samsung Galaxy Gio launch was delayed on Bell and Virgin Mobile, but was expected early this week. It has now officially launched, and is available from both carriers. Pricing differs between the two quite drastically, with Bell offering it up for $29.95 on a 3 year term, or $249.95 contract-free. Virgin Mobile has it listed for much less, with SuperTab/3 year pricing coming in at $0, and an outright price tag of just $149.99.

The Gio is an entry-level Android(Froyo) handset, featuring a 3.2" (320x480) touchscreen display, and 3.15MP camera. It is powered by an 800MHz processor, and offers connectivity including Wi-Fi (b/g/n, hotspot), bluetooth, and GPS.


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We previously let you know that Bell and Virgin Mobile would be launching the Samsung Galaxy Gio on August 4th, but for unknown reasons it was delayed. Now, according to the latest leaked information, it will be launching on Monday, August 8th.

The Galaxy Gio is an entry-level Android handset that features a 3.2" (320x480) touchscreen display, along with a 3.15MP camera. It's powered by an 800MHz processor, and runs on Android 2.2 Froyo at launch with Samsung's TouchWiz. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi (b/g/n, hotspot), bluetooth, and GPS.

If you're interested in this entry-level Android device, it's set to launch this coming Monday for the extremely low price of $149.95(Bell, Virgin will be $149.99) contract-free, or $0 on a 3 year term, according to the leaked information.


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A couple weeks back, we let you know that Bell was going to be launching a new entry-level Android handset, the Samsung Galaxy Gio. The Gio has a 3.2" (320x480) touchscreen display, and a 3.15MP camera with QVGA video capture, and is powered by an 800MHz processor. It runs on Android 2.2 Froyo with TouchWiz, and offers up Wi-Fi (b/g/n, hotspot), bluetooth, and GPS.

No word on pricing as of yet, but according to leaked internal documents, the Gio is set to launch on Thursday, August 4th.


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Bell is on a roll with their Android handsets, and according to another rumour, they're preparing to launch the Samsung Galaxy Gio this summer. The Gio runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and features a 3.2" (320x480) touchscreen display and a 3.15MP camera. It's powered by an 800 MHz processor, and supports W-Fi (b/g/n, hotspot), bluetooth, and GPS connectivity. Speculation is pointing to an August release, though pricing is still unknown, but it's likely to come in on the lower end.


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The Samsung Galaxy S series of handsets, including the Fascinate, Captivate, and Vibrant have been favourites of Canadians since their launch last year. Even the Galaxy Tab did well, being one of the first tablets available besides Apple's iPad. Unfortunately, all of these devices have been stuck on Froyo since at least December of last year, and while speculation pointed to a future Gingerbread update, confirmation was still awaited.

Finally, Samsung has announced that they will be pushing Android 2.3 Gingerbread out to all Galaxy S devices, including the Tab. The European market will get the updates first, expected "mid-May", so they should see it any day now. Unfortunately no word was given regarding Canada specifically, but they did say that it would be "gradually rolled out to other European markets, North America, Southeast Asia, the Middle East Asia, Africa, and the rest of the world according to the regional plan".

Hopefully Canadians can get all of the features and benefits of Gingerbread on the Galaxy S handsets and Tab soon! Despite the lack of clear details, we're expecting it to be available by mid-Summer at the latest, but that's just our best guess!


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Bell has decided to expand their HSPA+ network coverage in Eastern Ontario and Quebec over the next few weeks, allowing significantly faster download speeds in selected regions. The expansion of the network coincides with Videotron's stated plans of rolling out their own 3G+ network around May of this year.

Bell's HSPA+ network is capable of download speeds of up to 21Mbps on mobile phones and mobile internet sticks alike.


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Rogers have announced yesterday the 3G for 2 Atlantic cities, Halifax and Moncton. With this 2 new city, Rogers are the faster and most advanced network coast to coast, according to Rogers. With 3G in Halifax and Moncton, the Vision service is now available in this region.

"This major expansion reinforces Rogers as Canada's fastest and most advanced wireless network from the Atlantic coast to the Pacific coast," said Rob Bruce, President, Rogers Wireless. "It also confirms Rogers as the first in the Western Hemisphere and one of the leading carriers in the world to take their customers to the next level with the blazingly fast speeds of cutting-edge 3.5 G technology."


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The Chinese company, ZTE which sells already cellular PC card in Canada, has just launched D90 Fastap at Telus. It is about a device nevertheless very simple and which will not revolutionize the cellular market in Canada. This device gained prestigious price for its design in Europe. It has a camera of 1.3 mega-pixels, a connection Bluetooth and a mode harms for better controlling the device when the weather is black. ZTE is proud to state to be the first company which is located in China and which sells a cellular device in Canada. Indeed, here is of competition with Christophe Colomb.


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XM announced that the totality of its Canadian offer will be of 120 channels and this as from today. ?We are charmed to offer to our customers even more choice and of contents of better quality that never before to the current price of 14,99 $?, declared Stephen Tapp, president of XM Canada. It is nevertheless disappointing to see that none the new chains is in French.
New channels of music without publicity:

- Cinemagic: revive the great moments of the cinema
- Hitlist: successes - The first 40 places of the prize list and plus
- Enlighten: music ?gospel? of South
- The Groove: the R&B of formerly
- Fuego: Latin music of the hour
- Aguila: a celebration of the Mexican music regional
- Caliente: a tropical paradise - salsa, merengue, bachata and more
- VOX: magic of the human voice, the opera



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Telus launches in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario Region in the Golden Horseshoe Oshawa and Kitchener, a new Navigator. You can translate (Obviously Telus does writes rarely releases in French) for yourself to give you an idea of what this service will be. "This handset based service provides real-time audio and visual turn-by-turn directions similar to in-car navigation systems" You may assume that the service will look like a GPS. This service is obviously reserved for the Samsung A950. (SPARKS package) Along with this service also Telus launches KidFind, but a similar service to find your children. $ 10 per month you will be required if you subscribe to the GPS service and $ 5 for the service KidFind


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