Third Google Pixel smartphone is Really Blue, really

Google Pixel - Really Blue

Some people put cases on their phones, so often they’re pretty indifferent to colour. Others on the other hand are more particular. So for those of you who may be interested in a Google Pixel and Quite Black is not your thing and Very Silver is a little too typical, you’ll be happy to know that Google has just added a limited edition model, available for preorder in Canada that’s Really Blue. Yes, really! Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

Telus, Rogers and Bell slash iPhone 5 pricing

Rogers iPhone 5

Rogers Offering

If you’re looking for an iPhone 5, now might be a great time to consider one. As rumours of the iPhone 5S and even an iPhone mini continue to circulate, Canada’s three major telcos are offering lowering pricing on the iPhone 5 models with a term plan only, with prices on the 16GB models being made available for under $100 or even free for a refurbished unit with one provider.


iPhone 4 price war looming in Canada? Greg Gazin – July 29th, 2010

With less than a day to go before the launch of the iPhone 4 in Canada, it seems like we could be looking at an all out iPhone 4 price war.  READ FULL ARTICLE AT CANOE TECH

Test Driving: iPad 3G Delivers

It’s in our nature to compare something new to something we know, so back in January, when the rumours of the iPad turned out to be true, my initial reaction was: “Cool, a giant iPod Touch or an iPhone sans phone and camera.”   I knew it was special, but it wasn’t until a week ago when I first held one and began to actually use it that I could really appreciate what it delivers and how once again Apple redefined what’s possible.

READ the entire post at  CANOETECH Blog

G4: Broadband Almost Everywhere – No Stick Required

It used to be that Internet-Ready meant that your device either had a wired either card or a wireless adapter built-in. We then saw Mobile Internet-Ready which meant a dongle, a stick or and external adapter was needed to give you access to the mobile network. Well Rogers and Hewlett-Packard HP have changed all that and you’ll have one less thing to carry around with Canada’s first 3.5G embedded notebook… READ STORY at G4TECHTV Canada