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    A recent study from research firm J.D. Powers and Associates indicates that wireless customers of SaskTel and Koodo are among the happiest in Canada. The J.D. Powers report on the 2013 Canadian Wireless Total Ownership Experience maintains that even though customers are shelling out more...
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    The Nokia Lumia 520 is now available to Canadians across three carriers, including Rogers, Koodo and TELUS. The Windows Phone 8 handset offers free navigation and sports the same digital lenses on its 5-megapixel autofocus camera that users enjoy on the flagship Nokia Lumia 920. For example...
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    Samsung's Galaxy S3 is currently the world's best-selling smartphone according to research firm Strategy Analytics. Strategy Analytics reports that Samsung sold just over 18 million S3 models in the third quarter of 2012, compared with iPhone 4S sales of 16.2 million. Neil Shah, Senior Analyst...
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    If you are having any trouble unloading your used smartphone or tablet, Mobiopolis.com may be of service. Founded, developed and officially launched in Vancouver on Sept. 18th, Mobiopolis.com allows sellers to list their devices for free, suggests a sales price based on manufacturer/model...
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    Research firm IDC reports that Google's Android platform is extending its dominance in the smartphone market worldwide. iPhone owners under the delusion that they were in the majority, are in fact now in the minority by a margin of 4:1. IDC reports that there were four Android phones for every...
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    While sales of the most anticipated smartphone on the market continue to climb, the production of the units cannot keep up. Samsung Canada and all of the big Canadian carriers were set to release the brand new Galaxy S3 on June 20th but the date has been moved up. Samsung Canada tweeted on...
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    Worldwide sales of Smartphones totalled 115 million units in the third quarter of 2011, up 42 percent from the same quarter of 2010 and up 7% form the second quarter of 2011 according to a recent report from Gartner. The research firm says smartphone sales accounted for 26 percent of all mobile...
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    Smartphones now outsell feature phones in the U.S according to a new report from research firm Nielsen.   Nielsen's May survey of mobile consumers found among those respondents who purchased a new handset in the past three months, 55% bought a smartphone instead of a feature phone, up from 34...
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    Worldwide Sales of Smartphones is expected to increase 55 percent in 2011 according to IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracking report. The firm predicts 472 million smartphones will be shipped in 2011 compared to roughly 305 million units shipped in 2010 Smartphone sales are expected to...
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    Worldwide sales of smartphones is predicted to reach 468 million units in 2011, a 57.7 percent increase from 2010, according to Gartner Inc. Sales of smartphones in 2010 were just under 297 million units. The research firm also predicts that about 38.5 percent or 180 million of the smartphones...
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