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Rogers releases the Motorola QUENCH for $50

While it’s more like the Toyota of Android smartphones as opposed to the Cadillac, Canadians who want to take Google’s mobile OS for a spin should look no further than the Motorola QUENCH. >>

Bell rumored to be getting the HTC Legend

One would assume that if any Canadian carrier were to carry the HTC Legend it would be TELUS — on the grounds that it carries the Hero — however, word on the web >>

Rogers' iPad data plans revealed (Updated)

They’re not showing up on the carrier website, but Apple’s Canadian iPad page has the skinny on the iPad data plans from Rogers Wireless. First and foremost, anyone who currently has a data plan >>

TELUS releases the Motorola BACKFLIP

And so the rollout of MOTOBLUR handsets begins in the True North Strong and Free as TELUS today announced the immediate availability of the Motorola BACKFLIP. Featuring a unique reverse-hinge QWERTY keypad design >>

Apple delays international iPads until the end of May

Oh, dear. Anyone outside the U.S. hoping for an iPad to call their own before the month’s end will be sorely disappointed. Apple has just announced all international sales have been delayed until >>

Fido's Q2 plans and devices leaked

It looks like Fido’s corporate security team isn’t having its best month because someone aptly nicknamed “FidoMarketing” has leaked the details of its Q2 handset and price plans. There’s not a heck of >>