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Rogers customers who own a Dell Streak are in luck today, as the Android 2.2 Froyo update is being rolled out OTA(over-the-air). The update, which brings Adobe Flash support and Dell's "Stage" software, is available now, and Streak users should be prompted to update the next time their phone is rebooted. The other main benefit users will experience with this new OS version is significantly wider compatibility with recently released apps, as many developers are designing their products to function with Android OS 2.0 or higher only.

Note: Some users are experiencing issues when updating their Streak's OTA, stating that they experience repeated "Force close" problems immediately after the update. Be sure to manually back up your crucial data before performing the upgrade. Lastly, if you do experience the "Force close" problem after updating, try navigating the menus and perform a Factory Reset on the device, as this reportedly fixes the problem and leaves you with a fresh Android 2.2 Froyo install.


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RIM have been slowly rolling out BlackBerry OS 6 to some of the more recent devices they offer, with each individual carrier packaging and releasing the updates themselves. Now, WIND Mobile customers who own either a Bold 9700 or Curve 9300 are in luck, as the quickly growing carrier has officially released the upgrade. For those who own a Pearl 9100, WIND has stated that the new OS "will be available in coming weeks". The update is available now, and can be downloaded/installed using the latest version of Desktop Manager.

In case you haven't been following the changes RIM have been implementing, BlackBerry OS 6 features a number of improvements over OS 5, including the new WebKit browser, new menu and homescreen layout, along with a variety of performance improvements overall.


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Most Telus HTC Desire owners have been keeping a close eye on the status of the Android 2.2 Froyo OS update, which was promised to come by the end of October. It was looking like this promise was set to be broken, but at the very last moment (October 31st), the upgrade went live for OTA updating! To update your HTC Desire, on your device go to Menu, Settings, Phone Info, and lastly Software Updates. Be sure to connect via Wi-Fi before doing the update to keep carrier data charges to a minimum, as the update is more than likely a larger file. Have you updated your HTC Desire? Let us know how it runs in our forums!


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With Rogers, Bell, Telus, and Virgin Mobile confirming that the BlackBerry Torch 9800 will arrive on September 24th, Best Buy has recently started accepting pre-orders for those looking to secure one for themselves. All it takes to reserve your Torch 9800 is a trip your nearest Best buy location and a $50 deposit, which should ensure you're one of the first to own one in Canada.

The BlackBerry Torch is RIM's first sliding handset that features a touch screen along with a full QWERTY keyboard, and it features the new BlackBerry 6 OS, along with a significantly improved web browser, improved user interface/menus, and more.


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Bell has released a document internally stating compatible devices should receive the upgrade to BlackBerry 6 in early 2011. BlackBerry 6 is RIM's newest mobile operating system that features a significantly improved browser, new menus, and a new media interface, among other changes. Devices that will get the update include the Pearl 9100, Bold 9700, and the recently launched Curve 9300. No word yet on when Rogers and Telus plan to release the updates, but it's likely that it will be within the same time frame.


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Both Virgin Mobile and parent-company will be releasing the BlackBerry Curve 3G this Thursday, August 12th. While pricing isn't confirmed, internal documents point to $49.95 on a 3 year term, or $349.95 contract-free on Bell. The 9300, which is RIM's newest addition to the Curve line-up, features a 2.4" (320x240) display, full QWERTY keyboard, and a 2MP camera. The new Curve supports HSPA, GPS, bluetooth, and Wi-Fi (b, g, n) connectivity, and comes with 256MB of internal memory which can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD. RIM has announced that the Curve 3G will get BlackBerry 6, their new OS that features an updated WebKit browser, new media menus, and an array of other new or enhanced features. At around $350, this device is a great option for those looking to purchase a BlackBerry 6-capable handset contract-free.


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There is a new BlackBerry coming out, and it's unlike any you've ever seen. Featuring a full touch screen and vertical sliding QWERTY keyboard, this new design has new software to accompany it. Coming with BlackBerry 6, RIM's new operating system, the user-interface is redesigned and features multiple improvements. Among the upgrades, is the new WebKit browser that is considerably faster than the existing BlackBerry browser, and is almost as fast as the iPhone 4 and Samsung Captivate. It also has a new Media menu that is similar to Apple's CoverFlow, and makes navigating much easier. From a hardware perspective, this new device features a normal touch screen that doesn't click, so those disappointed with the Storm line-up should not discount this handset. It also features a 5MP camera, 4GB of built in memory, and 512MB of RAM. Lastly, it supports HSPA, GPS, and Wi-Fi connectivity so you can get the most our of your mobile device.

Since RIM's announcement of the BlackBerry Torch 9800, Rogers, Bell, Telus, and Virgin Mobile have all confirmed that they will be carrying the device. Rogers states it will be launching "in coming weeks", while Telus simply advertises the launch for "this year", and Bell is saying sometime this fall. Virgin Mobile just says "Coming soon", adding to the list of vague launch date details. A few weeks back, a small rumour circulated the internet that Rogers might get the device exclusively for a month or two, and it seems unlikely that Canadian company RIM would hold off in Canada. It will be interesting to see how all of this pans out, but the BlackBerry Torch 9800 is definitely a device to look out for. No exact details on pricing, though AT&T will be launching it on August 12th for $199 on a 2 year contract.


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Rogers will launch a new slim metallic cellphone, the Samsung SGH-S366. This cellphone have a 1.3 mega pixels camera, a Bluetooth connection, a FM Tuner and are tri lingual cellphone with : English, French and Chinese. You can change language at all moment on your Samsung SGH-S366 of Rogers, just navigate through the phone?s menus. Execpt Chinise language this cellphone have nothing new or spectacular. No exact price or date for the moment.


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Sasktel has unveiled a new device available to its customers with the LG 570 Muziq. This device was already available at Bell and is a device that still offers some nice features seen its price. A 1.3 mega pixel camera, a Bluetooth connection that supports Bluetooth stereo headphones and an antenna Fm are on the menu. It is available at a price of $ 119.99 with a contract for 3 years with Sasktel or $ 339.00 without a contract.
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Here the HTC 6800 of Bell, who is probably the best device on sale in Canada in this moment. Turning under Mobile Windows 6 Professional (the first in Canada to offer this system?). It is a version very improved of its predecessor the PPC 6700 also marketed by UTStarcom at Bell and Telus. All is with the menu, Wifi G, superb screen, the operating system to its best and a very practical and pretty look.


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