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Samsung has officially announced LTE versions of the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 8.9. The LTE version of the Galaxy S II will bring numerous upgrades from the existing HSPA+ Galaxy S II from Bell, including a larger screen, and faster processor. The Tab 8.9, which isn't available in Canada as of yet, also features a big improvement over its previously announced 3G version, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor.

Here's a full rundown of both device's specifications:

The Galaxy S II LTE features a 4.5" (480x800) Super AMOLED Plus display with Gorilla Glass, and is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. It has an 8MP camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video capture, along with a secondary 2MP camera. It runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and will be a fantastic addition to any Canadian carrier.

The Galaxy tab 8.9 LTE features an 8.9" (800x1280) touchscreen display, and is powered by a 1.5GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. It runs on Honeycomb 3.0, and offers up a 3.15MP camera with LED flash and 720p HD capture, with a front-facing 2MP camera as well.

Both offer LTE connectivity, which has a maximum download speed of 150 Mbps. Rogers has already began a trial launch in Ottawa, and is expected to launch their LTE network in more areas by the end of the year. Bell and Telus also have their LTE network(s) marked as coming soon, though neither have been overly specific about timeframes. Hopefully we'll see both of these devices in Canada, though only time will tell.


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A few days ago we let you know that Rogers was getting set to launch their 4G LTE network sometime in 2011 in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, and Vancouver. According to the announcement, the network will also become active in 25 more cities in 2012. Bell has responded, releasing a document internally that states that their LTE trials have concluded, and that they are also working on launching in the near-future. In the document, they say "Bell has completed 4G LTE trials and we are currently deploying 4G LTE as well. Our competitors will not get in front of Bell's network leadership." No word on launch dates or which areas Bell's LTE network will be available in at launch as of yet, but we'll keep a close eye on Bell (and other networks) to keep you up to-date-on 4G LTE network deployment in Canada!


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Rogers has recently announced that they are beginning technical trials of a new LTE network in Ottawa, Ontario this month. LTE stands for Long Term Evolution, and is considered to be a true 4G network, capable of download speeds reaching 150 Mbps. This is a huge step for Rogers and for Canada, as their HSPA+ network currently has a maximum download speed of 21.1 Mbps, so a 4G network using LTE technology would provide incredibly faster speeds to users. No word yet on exactly when the network will launch for public testing or use, but progress is always good, especially when we're talking about such a vast jump (about 7x faster)!


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Telus Mobility has announced their intention to launch an enhanced 3G+ network, using Dual Cell technology to offer data speeds of up to 42 Mb/s. According to Telus, this new network technology is consistent with their evolution towards LTE, and testing was completed in early July. Devices supporting this technology are expected in Q1 of 2011, so the network launch should take place at the same time.

Apparently Bell has been conducting internal trials of the same duel-cell technology, so it could be that Bell and Telus will team up to offer the new network just as they did for 3G and 3G+. No further details are available as of right now, but we'll be sure to keep you updated as soon as they arrive.



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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=][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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Canadian mobile phone users are one step closer to video calling friends, family, and clients across competing mobile networks as TELUS, Rogers and Bell today announced the successful completion of two-way mobile video calling trials between carriers. Video calling lets clients create a ?see-what-I-can-see' connection with other callers, enabling them to do things like share special moments or get advice on a birthday gift before they buy.

Mobile video calling is currently available through several carriers in Canada, but both callers must be on the same carrier's network using compatible handsets. When inter-carrier mobile video calling is launched video calling will be possible across multiple carrier networks and will create North America's largest two-way mobile video calling community.

?Mobile video calling is a richer communications experience for family, friends and business contacts,? said Ibrahim Gedeon, chief technology officer at TELUS. ?This successful trial involving TELUS, Bell and Rogers is a milestone in the Canadian mobile community.?

?We are proud to be part of the first inter-carrier partnership in North America to enable clients to call each other using video capabilities,? said Stephen Howe, chief technology officer for Bell Mobility. ?By breaking down the barriers between video calling clients in Canada, we anticipate strong demand for the service ? as we saw with past inter-carrier initiatives such as text and picture messaging.?

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Handmark and Telus have just announced the launch of an online store, managed by Handmark, on the site of Telus Mobility. Since some times Telus try to seduce users of Smartphone. Several software packages are available on this new section of the site Telus but specially Handmark software, Pocket Express. This software is available for a period of 30 days in free trial to all Telus customers, which has a Smartphone. All device (Blackberry, Palm, Windows Mobile device) sold now are at Telus are compatible with this software, which offers news, airport schedules, Stock Exchange and still full of other information.


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Of course, Now that it does not even talk of WiMax as in the United States, then it is understandable that Rogers is the first company in North America to test the generation 3.5. The tests were conducted in the cities of Montreal and Brampton, Ontario. We talk more specifically HSPA / UMTS that will allow speeds of 7.2 Mbps. Rogers says they had invested about $ 500 million since the last 2 years in its 3G cellular network.

"The consumer appetite for mobile applications is undeniable in Canada and around the world," said Rob Bruce, President, Rogers Wireless." The data speeds achieved in this trial will enable Rogers to meet our customers' needs with the most advanced, innovative services today and in the future."

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However, this Pocket PC will be available only for the industrialists or the "vertical market" as say the English. The photograph so below was found by in the documents of the FFC. The machine would have a reader of code bar, a sliding keyboard, it seems also rather solid. No price n'est for l'instant available, but will know when have speaks about reader of code bar, often have pay the price.


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For those who still want to keep their Windows Mobile 2003 device and enjoy the optional PuhMail / MSFP for Windows Mobile 5.0 DataViz the company you come to help. RoadSync is now available for most Windows Mobile devices in 2003. You can then synchronize your email, appointments, Outlook contact and even enjoyed the new features included in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP2.Voici trial version

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