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Samsung?s Galaxy Note has been a popular device in Canada, and has proven to be one of the best available for those who don?t mind the large size. And while the Tab line-up of tablets has been important in the progress of Android tablets in the market, it?s no surprise that Samsung is pushing the ?Note? name further. Scheduled for release sometime in the coming months, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 should merge the two series together, and has the specifications required to be successful.

Originally, the Note 10.1 was demonstrated to include a dual-core 1.4 GHz processor and the S Pen stylus, but no room in the hardware itself to store it when not in use. Now, thanks to newly leaked information, we know that the processor has been upgraded to a quad-core Exynos processor with a powerful Mali-T604 graphics chip. Additionally, Samsung has incorporated an S Pen slot, a move that makes a lot of sense. Other features include its 10.1? (800 x 1280) touch screen display and 3.15 MP camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video capture. The Note 10.1 runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, comes with 1 GB of RAM, and is set to be a Wi-Fi only tablet.

While nothing has been confirmed regarding a Canadian launch, Samsung has been relatively good about getting their devices to Canada recently, so we should see the device shortly after the United States does. Pricing is still unknown as well, but we?ll keep you updated on any further information throughout the coming weeks and months!


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Just as everybody expected, Apple announced their new iPad model today. It features a variety of minor upgrades over the iPad 2, but features a couple of major improvements such as the display and 4G LTE connectivity. The 9.7? screen, with an incredible resolution of 2048 x 1536, is being called the ?Retina? display despite it missing the mark that the iPhone 4 hits. This might not be the end of the world, however, since users typically hold the tablet further from their eyes than their smartphones. The other major plus is the 4G LTE option, with Rogers, Bell, and Telus already confirmed to be launching the tablet.

Other features include upgraded quad-core graphics processing and a 5MP rear facing camera with face detection, capable of 1080p video recording with image stabilization. As for battery life, Apple is claiming that it will get 10 hours of battery life, reduced to 9 hours for LTE connected iPads. Physical dimensions come in slightly bulkier than the iPad 2, at 9.4mm thin and 1.4lbs.

So when can you get your hands on one? It?s up for pre-order now on Apple?s website, and is confirmed to be coming to Rogers, Telus and Bell. On Apple?s website, they mention that pre-order shipments are expected for delivery between March 16th and 20th. Pricing for the Wi-Fi model comes in at $519 for 16GB model, $619 for the 32GB, and $719 for 64GB. The Wi-Fi + LTE option will cost you $649 for the 16GB version, $749 for the 32GB, and $849 for the 64GB. It will be available in both black and white. As a result of the near-future launch, Apple has reduced the price of the iPad 2 by $100 for each model ? good news for those looking for some savings!


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Google held their I/O event today, announcing a number of things pertaining to their mobile OS and platform - Android. Possibly the biggest announcement was the official confirmation of their upcoming OS version, Ice Cream Sandwich. This new version aims to bridge the gap between tablets and smartphones, bringing many of the higher-end features of Honeycomb to a smaller screen size. This promises richer widgets and graphics, better multitasking, and much more. Ice Cream Sandwich is expected to launch in Q4.

Another big announcement was movie rentals via Market. No word on when Canadians will see the feature released, but starting in the next few weeks, Google stated they will be rolling out movie rentals in the Android Market. These rentals will start as low as $1.99, but premium titles will likely be more.

Though Canadians haven't received any word on when it will be available to us, Google also announced Music Beta. Music Beta is a service that allows you to upload your personal music collection to the cloud for streaming on your computer and various Android devices. It was made available today to certain U.S. users by invitation, so hopefully we'll see it soon in Canada.

A few other announcements were made as well, including a promise of higher dedication to timely OS updates. They also discussed projects like the Android Open Accessory Toolkit and Android@Home so hardware creators can develop a broader range of products, and even offer connectivity between home appliances and your device!


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WIND Mobile has been advertising that their mobile portal would be launching for some time now, and that day has finally come. Effective now, WIND customers have access to WINDWORLD on their handsets, which offers weather information, quick Facebook access, in addition to CBC stories, and more. Customers are also able to purchase ringtones, games, and graphics from the portal, which can be accessed by visiting m.windmobile.ca from your device. Access to the portal is free for a limited time, though no word yet on when access will begin costing customers.


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Bell recently uploaded a splash image showing off a launch date of October 1st for the BlackBerry Torch 9800, one full week after it was previously announced. Apparently the delay is caused by last minute OS updates, though no confirmation has been provided. Oddly, Bell has removed the graphic from their website, simply replacing it "Coming soon". Speculation has also been pointing at the delay affecting other carriers as well, though no evidence of this happening has been found as of yet. We'll be sure to keep you updated when more information is made available.


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We recently let you know that Nokia updated their Canadian webpage to include the C3, along with a Rogers graphic indicating a launch on that network. It looks like Rogers has actually launched this new device on their Prepaid service, for $89.99. The C3 features a full QWERTY keyboard, 2.4" (320x240) display, and a 2MP camera. The device supports Wi-Fi and bluetooth connectivity, and can be expanded up to 8GB via microSD card.


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Nokia has placed the C3 on their Canadian page and added a Rogers graphic, indicating a near future launch. The Nokia C3 features a 2.4" (320x240) display, full QWERTY keyboard, and a 2MP camera. The handset also support bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connectivity, and gives users access to social feeds right from their home screen. No word yet on pricing or an exact launch date, but we should see this device become available in the near future from Rogers.


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XtremNoteBook, which makes indeed in the very extreme one, proposes a very powerful portable computer. It is about Xtrem 917V which has a processor Core 2 Quad which carries out the work of approximately 4 processors. It is also equipped with a screen of 17 inches, a graphics board Dual NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 GTX CPU. A reader DVD DUA-to bush-hammer is also with the menu with a card reader memory. As regards the read-write memory, one speaks about 4gig and the hard disk is not left in remainder with the possibility of including 3 hard disks of 250gig each one. A webcam is also integrated. One speaks about a starting price to 2300 $ American and is obviously not on sale at FutureShop.


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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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Telus (TU) to reveal it is result for the 4th quarter. Its sales turnover with increased by 8% to 2.25 billion dollars Canadian in the last quarter thanks mainly to its cellular division, Telus Mobility. Side profit, it increased by 20% large with its mobile and telegraphic branch.


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