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Telus recently stated that four more of their Android handsets would receive the Android 2.2 OS upgrade this winter, great news for Canadian Android fans. The devices that will get the update include the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate, which is supposed to get the new OS early this winter, while the LG Shine Plus, Motorola Milestone, and Samsung Galaxy Apollo will be getting it sometime later in the winter. We'll be sure to let you know once more specific availability dates are available for each, so stay tuned!


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We recently let you know that Telus would be launching the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate, and this week, they've done just that. The Fascinate features a 4" ( 480 x 800) super AMOLED display, 5MP camera with 720p HD video capture, and comes with 16GB of internal memory. Connectivity options for this device include 3G+, Wi-Fi, and bluetooth, and the handset runs Android 2.1 at launch, though the 2.2 update is "coming this winter". Additionally, the Fascinate can serve as a mobile hotspot, allowing access on devices via it's 3G+ connection. The Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate is available now from Telus for $149.99 with a 3 year term, or $529 outright. Apparently stock levels on the device are limited, so if you're looking to pick one up, make sure to get in touch with Telus fast.


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Bell has announced an addition to their Mobile TV feature, offering up live CFL games to subscribers. Customers who subscribe for the service, which costs $8 monthly plus data usage charges, will be able to watch all regular season and playoff CFL games produced by TSN and RDS on their handsets. Bell has previously offered coverage of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, as well as the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, so this latest addition should please Canadian sports fans even more.


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This is the first time TELUS has presented the annual award, which will provide $50,000 each year in performance bonuses to National Team and other athletes entered by the CSF into major competitions.

"TELUS has a long-term commitment with the CSF to ensure the ongoing development and future success of young boarders across the country," said Steve Podborski, executive director of TELUS Sport Marketing. "TELUS is proud to give our Canadian athletes a boost, and we're happy these cash awards will help our country's elite snowboard athletes focus on winning rather than fundraising as they continue driving for the podium."

Athletes receiving awards include Maelle Ricker of North Vancouver; Jasey-Jay Anderson, Mont Tremblant, QC; Drew Neilson, North Vancouver, B.C.; Rob Fagan, Cranbrook, B.C.; Tom Velisek, Squamish, B.C.; Dominique Maltais, Montreal, QC.; Derek Wintermans, Vancouver, B.C.; Mike Robertson, Canmore, AB; Ryan Hickey, North Bay, ON; Matt Morison, Burketon, ON; Brad Martin, Ancaster, ON; Jeff Batchelor, Oakville, ON; Crispin Lipscomb, Whistler, B.C.; Sarah Conrad, Halifax, NS; Neil Connolly, Whistler, B.C.; Ryan Rausch, Vancouver, B.C.


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