Being in a retail frame of mind today, we wanted to make sure to point out that Samsung has finally announced the launch, and more importantly location, of their first retail store in Canada. Looks like it will show up in Burnaby, B.C. at Metrotown. Following the example set by Apple and Sony, Samsung will [...]
Over the weekend, Samsung and Bell Mobility announced the new Galaxy Nexus smartphone, the first Android device to come with Ice Cream sandwich (ICS) natively installed, will go onsale this Wednesday in select locations in downtown Toronto.
Early adopters will be able to buy the unlocked phone for $650 without a contact at the Bell, Source, Telephone Booth or Wireless Wave stores in the Toronto Eaton Center or at the nearby Virgin Mobile or Best Buy Canada stores beginning at 1pm on Wednesday.
U.S. tablet sales, excluding iPad sales, reached 1.2 million units for the first ten months of 2011 according to a recent report from the NPD Group.
Surprisingly, HP, which released its WebOS powered Touchpad tablet in July and cancelled it in August, was the number one seller with a 17% market share or just over 200,000 units.
Last month Google and Samsung announced the Galaxy Nexus smartphone, the first Android smartphone to come with Ice Cream sandwich natively installed.
Today in a downtown meeting with representatives from Samsung, I had the chance to see the new smartphone in action and learn more about its launch in Canada.
Google and Samsung have announced that the Galaxy Nexus smartphone which will be the first Android smartphone to come with Ice Cream sandwich natively installed.
For those readers who don’t know, Ice Cream Sandwich is the code name for the fourth major version of the Android mobile Operating system which Google says combines the best of the Android 2.x phone interface with the Android 3.x Honeycomb tablet interface.
Samsung has announced that a 4G version of its Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is now available in Canada. The WiFi version of the tablet computer went on sale in late August.
Samsung has announced that its new Galaxy S Infuse 4G smartphone will be available from Rogers this summer.
Telus and Samsung have announced the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 4G in Canada, the first smartphone in Canada to offer peak download speeds of up to 21 megabits per second.
Powered by Android 2.2 (with 2.3 coming later this year), the device enables users to create their own mobile Wi-Fi hotspot to surf the web on a laptop or tablet from wherever they connect to the TELUS 4G network.