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We recently let you know that Nokia and Rogers are getting set to launch the Lumia 900, but recent information being discussed online points to more from Nokia as it relates to Windows. Apparently, Nokia is looking to build and send out a batch of Windows 8 tablets running in Microsoft?s ?Metro? UI by the end of the year. No word on a Canadian release specifically, but with the tablet market heating up and another strong competitor coming on board with Windows 8, we should see it eventually.

There aren?t many other details available, though it?s expected to be powered by a Quallcomm dual-core chipset, and offers simple but not seamless support for existing Windows applications. Windows 8 is expected to launch this fall, and manufacturers such as Dell and HP are expected to have a strong presence early on. Could Nokia compete with these manufacturers in such a crowded tablet market?


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Videotron and WIND Mobile customers who own the Motorola XT720 are getting some bad news, as Motorola has officially stated that it will not be getting any upgrades passed it's current OS version of 2.1 Eclair. The lack of OS upgrades coming to certain devices is probably be biggest drawback of having the Android platform operate on so many devices from such a variety of manufacturers.


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The three major carriers each have some type of handset protection or replacement program, and Sasktel has joined in offering a Wireless Sevice Protection Plan of their own. The plan will cost customers either $6 or $7 monthly, depending on the value of their device, and covers accidental damage, loss, theft, and malfunction (after the manufacturers warranty expires), however normal wear and tear and cosmetic damage are not covered. Customers who pay for this additional service can make up to two claims per year, but will still be responsible for a deductible ranging from $75 - $225 in order to get a replacement handset.


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We just let you know that Telus will be carrying the HTC 7 Surround exclusively in Canada, but it seems as though Rogers is looking to get in on some exclusive Windows Phone 7 action as well. Expected to launch in early November (simultaneously with AT&T), the Samsung Focus features a 4" (480x800) Super AMOLED display, is powered by a 1GHz processor, and comes with 8GB of internal storage built-in. Additionally, the handset will be able to carry microSD cards up to 32GB, and the device offers up a 5MP camera to top off the impressive specifications. No definite word on pricing as of yet, but we expect it to come in around the $200 mark, as that's what AT&T will be offering it up for.

It's great to see Microsoft launching hard with some great manufacturers, and it's even better knowing they've put some solid time and effort into the new Windows Phone 7 operating system. Hopefully we'll see even more devices launched in the near-future, and as developers get some time with the new tools, we should see a large variety of applications ready at launch as well. This is truly an exciting day for anybody who has been waiting for the official Windows Phone 7 announcements!


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Sasktel has recently updated a portion of their website to include to new plans intended for use with tablet devices such as the Apple iPad and upcoming Samsung Tab. The plans, which include a 500MB/$20 and 5GB/$35, provide access to Sasktel's new 3G+ network, with overage fees coming in at $0.05/MB. It's great to see other carriers offering up data packages for these devices, as they're becoming increasingly popular as more tablets from a variety of manufacturers are being released. What do you think about tablets? Useful, or just flashy toys? Let us know in our forum!


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We have some information on the new Windows Mobile operating system - Windows Phone 7, and though we haven't heard a whole lot about this platform as of yet, some new details have emerged. According to Greg Milligan, Microsoft Canada's Mobility Solutions Manager, Windows Phone 7 will launch simultaneously in the U.S. and Canada, and will be available on multiple carriers for Canadians to choose from around the Holiday season. Apparently initial manufacturers will include LG, Samsung, and HTC, with Dell emerging in the market soon afterwards and the possibility of other manufacturers in 2011.


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Along with the price plan and add-on announcements today, Mobilicity also released details on their handset line-up, as well as preliminary coverage area.

The new Canadian carrier will be offering 8 devices at launch, including the BlackBerry Bold 9700 for $499, Nokia 5230 for $169, HTC Snap for $199, and a range of more affordable devices from manufacturers such as Sony Ericsson and Huawei. Mobilicity will only offer devices free of contracts, similar to the way WIND Mobile operates.

To start with, Mobilicity is launched their network in the Greater Toronto Area exclusively, however they plan on expanding to cities such as Edmonton, Calgary, and Ottawa in the future.




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XM Canada, operator of radio satellite, announced that dated February 28, 2007 to have 237 500 subscribers his service of radio has. This figure now includes/understands systems XM installed by the automobile manufacturers who now include the satellite radios directly in the new cars. For the United States, XM account 7.6 million subscribers. It should be mentioned that XM offer also its radio on (some) cellular Telus and is the official radio on board flights of Air Canada.


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Life Fitness, one of the largest manufacturers of machine of exercise in the world come announced to have the intention of better integrated the iPod into its machines. Indeed machines with a station of reception for iPod, a touch screen to control its iPod or y to look at vid?os. The new machines should be available towards the April beginning.


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Several car manufacturers want to obtain exclusiveness to include the functions of the iPhone directly in their new car. BMW would be on the other hand advances some on all the others. However like it makes noticed, the Web site Ubergizmo.com it is not very desirable has this kind of thing especially not when have buys a BWM 7-series, but can be simply an option moreover has to sell with the car, not a reason to buy a car for it is some accessoires.




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