Posts Tagged rogers
Tuesday, September 11, 2012 No Comments
After a little over six months since the worldwide release of the Playstation Vita, Sony Computer Entertainment Canada finally named which mobile carrier will provide service for the 3G-enabled version of the Vita when it hits retailers here. If you were hoping for some kind of competitive options, well, I don’t want to sound insulting, […]
Tuesday, April 17, 2012 No Comments
In a bid to promote all of its recent Xbox Live value-added content applications, Microsoft announced today that this weekend, Thursday, April 19th through Monday, April 23rd, it will be running a free Xbox Live Gold weekend for all Xbox Live members. What makes this particular Free Gold Weekend any different than any other one? […]
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 1 Comment
There’s nothing like a new phone with all the bells and whistles to make a tech lover happy. Especially when it works. And while the Samsung Focus isn’t exactly new by today’s standards (it is already a year old, after all), and it certainly does work. Except when it doesn’t… but that’s not exactly a […]
Thursday, December 15, 2011 No Comments
Earlier this week, Microsoft announced the launch of fresh entertainment applications for Xbox Live. This group is the second wave of Kinect-compatible applications since Microsoft launched the latest version of the Xbox Experience last week. The update spans news, movies, Video On Demand services from a variety of countries and television providers, and online video […]
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 No Comments
In this week’s video, Nathan goes on location in downtown Toronto to cover the anti-Usage-Based Billing rally at Dundas Square. While there, he explains the true reason behind the near-instant uproar against the CRTC’s ruling. Click the link to watch!
Wednesday, December 1, 2010 5 Comments
In this week’s video, and as part of our week-long look at Windows Phone 7, L.E. and Nathan discuss some of the issues surrounding Canada’s largest mobile phone carriers, voice and data plans, signal strength and more. It’s a great learning experience for Americans, but even includes some details that Canadians may find surprising. Click the link to watch!
Monday, November 8, 2010 1 Comment
Windows Phone 7 officially launched today, and with it, wireless carriers around the world began unveiling their plans and compatibles models for the new phone operating system. Here in Canada, Telus had already officially announced its plans and the two phones it has available (it’s the only Canadian carrier to offer more than one model), […]