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Those looking for a new Android handset will soon have another option it seems, as Rogers mentioned that they will be release the HTC One X this month. The confirmation came within the press release for the Halifax/Calgary LTE network launch. Unfortunately nothing more specific regarding availability or pricing has been made available, but hopefully more information will be available soon.

The One X (LTE) features a 4.7? (720 x 1280) touch screen display with Gorilla Glass. It has an 8 MP camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video capture, and a second front-facing 1.3 MP camera capable of 720p video recording. The LTE-enabled version of the HTC One X is powered by a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM, and comes with 16 GB of internal memory.

Interested? We?ll keep you up to date with any new information on the One X from Rogers!


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LTE is quickly growing in popularity and availability in Canada, with the big 3 carriers offering connectivity in varying major urban areas. Rogers customers in Calgary and Halifax can now join in the LTE fun, experiencing significantly faster data speeds when in coverage areas.

In all, Rogers? LTE network is live in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, and surrounding areas for each. They also recently launched it in St John?s, Newfoundland, and now Halifax and Calgary can be added to the list. In the press release for the Halifax/Calgary launch, Rogers also mentioned Edmonton will see the network soon as well, sometime ?in the coming months?. Hopefully the expansion doesn?t stop any time soon!


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Perfectly in line with the launch of the new LTE enabled iPad, Virgin mobile has gone live with their LTE network. It piggy-backs off of Bell?s network, and is currently active in major urban areas including Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Halifax, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Yellowknife, and many cities in Southern Ontario including Toronto, London, Kitchener, and more. Of course, in order to support the new iPad, they are now offering LTE microSIM cards as well.

As for prices, they have decided to keep things simple and straight-forward, extending their existing Flexi-Data plan for tablets to include 4G LTE. This starts at $5/month for 10 MB, after which, it steps up to $15 for 250 MB. If you exceed 250 MB of usage, you enter the last tier of 5 GB for $35/month. Overages beyond 5 GB are charged at 1.5 cents/MB.


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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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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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