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We just let you know that Rogers will be releasing the HTC One X, hopefully in the coming weeks. Now, even more information has been made available, with Rogers officially taking pre-orders for the Android handset.

The One X features a 4.7? Super LCD 720p HD display, and an 8 MP camera with 1080p HD video recording. It offers up LTE connectivity, and is optimized for Beats Audio. Other features include its dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and the standard.

As for pre-order details, you can secure yours at the price of $169.99 on a 3 year term. There?s a contest for those who pre-order, with a grand prize of an HTC prize pack, which includes a trip for 2 to Toronto for the 2012 Universal Music Video Awards After Party, $2500 spending money, and travel/hotel accommodations. The contest ends April 30th, which might point us towards a release date of early May, but nothing is confirmed as of yet. Head to Rogers? website to pre-order your HTC One X, and stay tuned for more information on a release timeframe.


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A few days ago, Nokia announced that they have partnered up with Microsoft to make their primary focus Windows Phone 7 products. Only a few days later, Nokia also announced that they have made their #1 priority to beat out Android, a challenge that Nokia is looking to take on. Since Nokia is still the world's top handset manufacturer, this should be mean great things for the Windows Phone 7 platform, and might be the boost Nokia needs to help them secure their spot at the top. According to Nokia, they're happy to be entering into the Windows Phone 7 competition with the likes of HTC, Samsung, and LG, but are most excited about the opportunity to overtake Android.


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WIND Mobile has recently announced that they were preparing to launch the Huawei E1691 Data Stick, with pricing coming in at $80 contract-free. Now we've received even more information, pointing to a February 10th release date. For those who wish to reserve one of these data sticks, WIND Mobile is willing to secure one for you, as long as you purchase the SIM card and sign up for the $25 Infinite Laptop Special Edition plan. Once the devices arrive in-store, those who reserved one will be contacted, and will have 72 hours to pick up the stick and finalize the activation. At the time of activation and pick-up, you'll get a $40 discount on the price of the stick to compensate for the cost of the SIM card and any other activation fees that may have been incurred. For those in WIND Mobile coverage zones looking for a portable internet solution, the Huawei E1691 Data Stick is certainly one to consider.


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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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In a recent blog post, Public Mobile officially announced that they will be launching their Montreal network this Friday, June 25th. Along with the launch comes the end of their pre-network offer giving those who sign up early free unlimited Canadian long distance for life. For those in Montreal planning to switch to Public Mobile, head to a retail location now to buy your phone and sign up.

Public Mobile, one of the new entrants in Canada offering contract-free services, also aims to secure customers by offering up unlimited talk and text plans, as well as affordable handset prices.


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Canadians will soon be able to leave their wallets at home thanks to a wireless payment sticker trial launched by EnStream LP, Canada?s leading mobile commerce company. The Zoompass Tag TM is a wireless payment device designed in the form of a sticker that can be attached to a mobile phone. The Zoompass Tag ushers in the future of mobile payments by allowing consumers to tap their phones at checkout to make purchases at retail stores.

In 2009, EnStream launched the revolutionary Zoompass mobile application and began offering Canadians the first version of a mobile wallet. Available at [linkx=http://www.zoompass.com]www.zoompass.com[linkx] and accessible on most mobile phones in Canada, Zoompass already allows users to send money quickly and securely to friends and family.

"The new Zoompass Tag goes even further by allowing Canadians to make their regular store purchases quickly and securely, using only their mobile phone." said Robin Dua, President of EnStream LP. "All Zoompass users will soon be able to pay for their morning coffee, gas at the pump, and lunch at a fast-food restaurant with a quick tap of their mobile phone."


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Here is that the Royal Bank of Canada and Visa recently announced the launching of a pilot project to test the payment by credit card, but with a cell phone. The pilot testing will be conducted in Ontario include several step. Laboratory tests, a pilot project with the staff of the RBC and tested with consumers. It is insert chips NFC (Near Field Communication) in cellphone, which will allow the client to pay for their purchases with Visa payWave that technology will also be used in conjunction with traditional credit cards.

"Handheld communication devices are already as indispensable as wallets," said Anne Koski, head, Payments Innovation in RBC's Cards division. "Many of our clients would appreciate the convenience of making purchases through their mobile phones rather than fumbling for cash when trying to get through a busy checkout line. Mobile devices, much like electronic payments, have become a mainstay in people's lives, so combining the two securely makes a lot of sense."


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The Bell Center, which can accommodate up to 21 273 spectators, will be equipped with a high-speed wireless network reliable and secure in order to offer multimedia applications on next generation, and voice over IP, without access Secure thread throughout the building and remote access for employees. Obviously this is good news for the 2 parts. I wonder for example why the service is only available to employees of the Bell center and is not offered to viewers.


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SD, will this month in Europe a new SDHC card (Secure Digital High Capacity). This card offers 4G storage. Most important for this new standard, SDHC cards will not work with SD readers, that is, its theoretical capacity of storage that should reach a maximum of 32G. No more hard drives ...


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Bell Mobility announces being the first company in North America to offer its customers the option of messaging and security of Good Technology. That new service is available to customers with a Pocket PC or Palm Treo. No price was available, because this kind of service is reserved to companies and sold as a package.
- Intuitive user interface with robust on Treo smartphones and Palm wireless devices Windows (TM) Mobile
- Encrypting end of all data exchanged between server and device
- Two-way wireless synchronization functions Microsoft (R) Exchange and IBM Lotus (R) Domino (TM) between the device and the desktop to easily manage applications such as e-mail, contacts and calendar
- Ease of installation and upgrade Secure Over-the-Air (TM) to provide wireless devices other applications, productivity and safety, including the latest security software like antivirus and firewalls
- Proactive in scanning devices and management of policies to ensure that only devices pre - have access to the company network
- Manager of security and enterprise-class compliance, to verify and authenticate the mobile devices.


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