Sony's latest premium smartphones, the Xperia XA1 and XA1 Ultra, first shown at Mobile World Congress in February, will officially arrive in Canada soon.
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Google has officially launched its Wifi mesh networking router in Canada, providing an easy way for Canadians to get Wi-Fi throughout the home.
The BlackBerry KEYone, the first device to be manufactured by TCL Communication, will officially arrive in Canada in May, through Bell, Bell MTS, Rogers, SaskTel, and Telus Business.
Urbanears has introduced the latest addition to its Active collection, the Stadion, wireless Bluetooth headphones that can contour to the shape of your head, and accommodate even intense workouts.
Cradlepoint has introduced Release 6.3 of its NetCloud OS router software, part of the Cradlepoint NetCloud platform, with extended SD-WAN functionality for 4G LTE-dependent networks.
One out of five people on the planet will purchase a smartphone this year, and 1.55 billion phones are projected to be sold in 2018, up from 1.41 billion in 2016. For the first time, it is projected that by 2018, the Chinese market for smartphones will match the North American market at 23% share.
Ecoxgear's new rugged and portable Ecoslate speaker adds additional features to its audio capabilities, including a 200 Lumen flashlight, built-in power bank, and backlit buttons.
Mastercard is introducing several new innovations, including the ability to pay for items at compatible vending machines using Masterpass and your smartphone, and the introduction of a new biometric payment card that allows shoppers to use their fingerprint to verify purchases.
Bell has confirmed the launch of its Quad Band LTE Advanced (LTE-A) service, making the carrier the first in North America to do so.
According to Recycle My Cell, 62% of Canadians are holding on to a cell phone they are no longer using. The organization is urging Canadians to celebrate Earth Day on April 22 by recycling those unused cell phones and accessories.
Mastercard announced the launch of Masterpass-enabled bots through Facebook Messenger at the Facebook Developer Conference, including ones for FreshDirect, Subway, and The Cheesecake Factory.