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Rogers has always prided themselves on being at the forefront of innovation and new technology in the Canadian mobile industry, and are looking to solidify that reputation this year. Rogers has announced through their newly created site iwantmylte.ca that LTE services will launch in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Ottawa sometime this year. 25 other cities will also get the new network, though it will come in 2012.

The upcoming LTE network offers maximum download speeds of 150 Mbps, and max upload speeds of 70 Mbps. Rogers states "Everyone will be able to watch streaming movies and live HDTV on their mobile devices, with crisp picture and virtually no buffering or delays". Now the real question is, what sort of compatible devices can we expect?

No word yet on which cities will get LTE in 2012, but we'll keep you updated, so stay tuned!


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Sony has just announced that the cameras T200 and T70 will be soon available in pre-sale. They are 2 cameras having a sensor of 8 mega pixels and optics Carl Zeiss like almost all the Sony cameras. The only really apparent difference lies in the face of the screen LCD which is 3.5 inches for the T200 camera and 3 inches for T70. It is possible to connect the cameras in a television Sony Bravia HDTV and thus to be able to benefit from the advantages of the mode photo TV HD.


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