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Canadian rate plans are among some of the most expensive in the world, especially when compared to the U.S. Yet there are cheaper alternatives to Bell, Rogers and Telus that often provide much better perks. Read more to find out.
The Apple Watch is receiving a new software update that includes some great new features including podcasts, the Walkie-Talkie function, and some new ways to measure your workout metrics.
Games are widely played on our smartphones, but most of them are rather simplistic and lack story. Little might you know, there are actually tons of older games ported into the App Store that are hidden gems of the past era.
The lithion-ion batteries in your smartphones tend to decay over time. Luckily for you there are ways to ensure that they are alive and healthy. Read on to find out!
5G networks are prepping for release later this year in the U.S. and closer to 2020 in Canada and internationally. Canadian service providers have started testing 5G networks and technology.
Tired of procrastinating or getting distracted by your phone when you should be doing work? Productivity apps like Forest can help you stay focused... while planting trees!
The recent trend in smartphones is the extension of the screen and reduction of the frame surrounding it, save for a notch of space at the top for the front-facing camera. Future phones might be made entirely of screen!
364 days after Apple announced the 2017 Apple iPad, the iPad is back again with a few minor enhancements. The 2018 iPad is already available at the Apple store and will be available at most Canadian and US carriers in the very near future.
The Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) just launched at several carriers across Canada today. Priced at under $700, the A8 (2018) has many features from Samsung's flagship S-series smartphones.
For those of you who have been waiting patiently since their announcement in January, Sony's Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra are finally available in Canada.
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