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  1. Industry News
    Hate 'em or love 'em, if you want a cell phone but need to cut costs, comparing plans is a must. All the major wireless service providers have lower-cost options, but who has the cheapest cell phone plans? Check this list of 7 of the cheapest cell phone plans now available in Canada. 1) Telus...
  2. Industry News
    Today, WIND Mobile announced that system network upgrades in the Greater Vancouver area are now complete. New equipment and additional wireless spectrum have been added, allowing B.C customers to now enjoy better network coverage, faster data speeds and improved call quality. “We are really...
  3. Industry News
    This week, WIND Mobile, which has just been taken over by Shaw media, announced new network improvements will be arriving in the Greater Vancouver Area. According to WIND, “New, more powerful equipment along with recently acquired new wireless spectrum will provide noticeably better service...
  4. Industry News
    Wind mobile is expanding its coverage across Canada, and will now cover over 1.5 million square kilometers coast-to-coast. The wireless company has added a new domestic roaming network to their coverage, saying that they are now reaching 99% of Canada’s population. Under the terms of the deal...
  5. Industry News
    Earlier this week, Google unveiled their latest smartphone, a collaboration with LG, by launching the Nexus 5X. As the third successful collaboration between LG and Google, the Nexus 5X delivers a phone with a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 808 processor, advanced camera features, a fingerprint...
  6. Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    Ottawa based Corel Corporation announced today the eleventh version of its popular WinDVD media player. Corel WinDVD 11 will sell for $80. Owners of WinDVD Pro 9, WinDVD 2010 or WinDVD Pro 2010 can upgrade for $60
  7. Wind Mobile
    From BNN.CA at 3:50 pm "A judge has struck down the Harper cabinet’s 2009 decision to overrule the CRTC and instead let a cell carrier with Egyptian ties operate in Canada. “That decision was based on errors of law and must be quashed,” Justice Roger Hughes of Federal Court wrote on Friday...
  8. Wind Mobile
    Canada’s newest wireless entrant, formerly Globalive Wireless, today announced their new brand name, WIND mobile. WIND is currently on target to launch in key markets in late 2009 and will continue to launch services across Canada in 2010. Service will operate on an all-IP HSPA network, which...
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