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Rogers ups their Wireless Connection Fee to $20

Rogers ups their Wireless Connection Fee to $20

Rogers’ new CEO Guy Laurence introduced the new Rogers 3.0 plan back in May 2014 and since then he has been putting this plan into action, so it will be a while before his leadership can be fully evaluated. However, carriers, like Rogers, really make me laugh when they try to convince us that when they raise a price, it[Read More…]

by January 31, 2015 0 comments Android
Featured Review: BLU Vivo Air

Featured Review: BLU Vivo Air

Smartphones are getting thinner, thinner and thinner. We are now at the point where phones are becoming so thin, that they aren’t even comfortable to hold and use. The BLU Vivo Air is the thinnest smartphone in North America at just 5mm thin. To keep that in perspective, the headphone jack used on every smartphone is 3.5mm. So it’s pretty[Read More…]

by January 31, 2015 0 comments Android
Uber’s Policies On Data Security Are Found To Be Strong After External Review Of Privacy Measures

Uber’s Policies On Data Security Are Found To Be Strong After External Review Of Privacy Measures

Personal privacy and data isn’t to be taken lightly, and any company that requires your personal information for use of their service generally aims to do the most they can to make sure your data stays safe. Uber claims to be one of those companies as they state they have a strong commitment to the protection and privacy of your[Read More…]

by January 31, 2015 0 comments Android
Featured Review: ZTE Grand X Max+ for Cricket Wireless

Featured Review: ZTE Grand X Max+ for Cricket Wireless

ZTE has been packing a serious punch with its phones lately.  They’ve made some record growth in 2014 with a 94% growth rate year-over-year from 2013, and it’s all thanks to the quality of phones they’d released throughout the year.  Moving into 2015 ZTE looks to take the US market by storm again, releasing another hot device at a low end[Read More…]

by January 31, 2015 0 comments Android
OpenSignal: Opening Up Context Aware Services Like We’ve Never Seen

OpenSignal: Opening Up Context Aware Services Like We’ve Never Seen

Many of our readers will be familiar with how Google can use our device sensors to determine where we are without resorting to the power hungry GPS / GLONASS chipset. Google have used crowdsourced data from cell towers and WiFi routers for a number of years as these report their location. For many applications and services, this approximate location is[Read More…]

by January 31, 2015 0 comments Android