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Flappy Bird Is Back But Only For Amazon’s Android Appstore

Flappy Bird Is Back But Only For Amazon’s Android Appstore

Remember that game where you had to fly a clumsy bird through a sea of pipes that resembled Mario? Well guess what? That little birdy is back but not as widely available as you might think. After months from disappearing from the Google Play Store and iOS App Store, Flappy Bird’s creator Dong Nguyen has […]

The OneTouch Idol X+ & POP 8 Tablet From Alcatel to TELUS ‘Coming Soon’

The OneTouch Idol X+ & POP 8 Tablet From Alcatel to TELUS ‘Coming Soon’

Just yesterday, we reported that the new Alcatel OneTouch Idol 2S would be going to Bell as a replacement for the aging OneTouch Idol X – although, when we compared the specs, the Idol X actually had the better display, camera, processor and more RAM…but the Idol 2S is a 4G LTE device.  TELUS, on the […]

Amazon Launches App To Help Merchants Manage And Sell Goods On The Go

Amazon Launches App To Help Merchants Manage And Sell Goods On The Go

Amazon has made it extremely easy for those of us who are would be buyers of the plethora of products that they sell, to purchase them whether we’re at home or out on the go thanks to their ever so useful Android application. Amazon doesn’t just cater to buyers though, and they’re not the only […]

Check Out These 3 New “Tablet Realities” Ads For Samsung Galaxy Tab S Devices

Check Out These 3 New “Tablet Realities” Ads For Samsung Galaxy Tab S Devices

Samsung is well known for its “Galaxy” Android devices. Smartphones are the first thing people think about when they hear the words Samsung and Galaxy together in a sentence, but Samsung is also known to make great Android tablets. Samsung made many Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note devices thus far, in multiple sizes and variations […]

Sprint is the Latest Carrier to Circumvent Net Neutrality

Sprint is the Latest Carrier to Circumvent Net Neutrality

Just when the talk of Network Neutrality was heating up, leave it to the perpetrators to find another way to attack their victims, in a quiet, less conspicuous way.  When it comes to Net Neutrality, you are either for ALL data being treated equally on the internet or you are in favor of ‘favoritism’ of […]

Bloomberg: Google Planning To Separate Google+ Photos from the Social Network

Bloomberg: Google Planning To Separate Google+ Photos from the Social Network

Here’s an interesting rumor coming out of Bloomberg this afternoon. It appears that Google wants to separate their Photos app a bit more from Google+. While the Google+ Photos service is already kinda separate but not really, it looks like Google has big plans for it. According to the report from Bloomberg, the service would […]

Videotron Launching LTE ‘In the Next Few Weeks’

Videotron Launching LTE ‘In the Next Few Weeks’

Manon Brouillette , President and CEO of Videotron, announced that Videotron will launch its LTE network “in the next few weeks” across Quebec, although no one is sure how Mr. Brouillette defines “few.”  This and a few more facts and figures were thrown about at Videotron’s parent company’s Q2 earnings call yesterday.  Quebecor, one of […]

You Can Now Legally SIM Unlock your Phone Again, Thanks to Obama

You Can Now Legally SIM Unlock your Phone Again, Thanks to Obama

Some of you may remember about a year ago, there was a big stink over the fact that we could no longer SIM unlock our smartphones legally. Even though many people were still doing it. Well there was a petition signed by a ton of people, so the House of Representatives and the Senate took […]