Shortly after the Moto 360 went on sale in the UK, it seems now Canada are able to get the latest Android Wear offering from Motorola. Having launched in early
Motorola took to its blog yesterday to announce that despite the chilly weather, it’s not preventing its engineers from churning out software updates. Among the updates are a new “Motorola
LG recently launched a new flagship device known as the LG G2. The device looks tough overall and I think it will bring LG back in the smartphone race with
Good news for our friends living north of the border, the LG Optimus G is coming to a number of carriers this fall. Expected to arrive in November, the new
Do you know about the Sony Xperia Ion AT&T is offering at the moment? The device finally landed in Canada via nation’s one of the largest mobile network known as
Confirming recent rumors, the Galaxy S III debuts on June 20.
One of the best thing about Android is that it’s available in many packages. For example, you can buy the best smartphone in town or you can get the budget
Galaxy Nexus is currently the hottest and most anticipated Android device, and a lot of Android fanboys are looking forward to it, not only in US, but also in UK,
Recently, we showed you a leaked shot of LG’s new Android powered phone which will be hitting AT&T. It’s called the Nitro HD, and the guys over atPhoneArena got their
Rogers Wireless, which is one of the leading and largest mobile phone networks in Canada, recently launched the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE, which is no doubt an amazing device.
In keeping with all the new devices launching on various and sundry carriers, Fido has launched a new Android phone. The LG Gossip Pro comes with: Android 2.3 Gingerbread 2.8
It seems that Canadian carrier, Rogers Wireless, has a lot of things up their sleeves as our friends over at Mobile-Syrup got their hands on an image confirming that the
Bell is one of the leading Canadian carriers and they offer a pretty good line-up of Android devices. The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of them, which is sometimes
Android tablets are becoming more common each and every day and a lot of people are showing their interests in them. Tablets have been around for a long time but
Samsung recently announced their U.S. variants of the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint. Then late last month, Sammy officially launched the LTE version of the Galaxy S