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  1. Upstart Carriers Stand with Big Three Against CRTC-mandated Cheap Data


    The Financial Post has a feature about how this country's small wireless carriers—Quebecor and Shaw, specifically—find themselves in rare agreement with Bell, Rogers and Telus on the...
  2. Your Daily News Round-up for Friday, June 22nd, 2018

    Whatever you say, iVerge... :p

    From The Web:

    First, they came for your phone's headphone jack—is the USB port next?

    Cogeco spends $8 million on...
  3. Vertical Vertical No Longer a Mistake with IGTV


    It wasn't so long ago that mobile video, captured in portrait mode and uploaded to YouTube, would appear on that site sideways. That issue has since been fixed, but Instagram is taking...
  4. Your Daily News Round-up for Thursday, June 21st, 2018

    From The Web:

    Apple chip supplier invests $25 billion to help develop next-gen processors

    Apple Explains Why Jailbreaking iPhone is Bad in Updated...
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    Definitely Maybe: Meet the 2018 iPhones


    If Mac Otakara is to be believed, this is Apple's iPhone lineup for 2018. And why should Mac Otakara be believed? Apparently that same site first broke the news that Apple was ditching the...
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    Your Daily News Round-up for

    ... Wednesday, June 20th, 2018.

    From The Web:

    Which manufacturer updates its phones fastest? Android Oreo edition

    Google launches a podcast...
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    Google's Music Mess


    As of this morning Google has no less than four Android apps for music, podcasts and video, with more than a few redundancies between them. The most confounding of the lot has to be YouTube...
  8. Your Daily News Round-up for Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

    From The Web:

    Mechanical camera sliders are the coolest terrible idea of 2018

    US tariffs on Chinese goods could drive up laptop, phone, tablet,...
  9. Android Messages Now Works with Desktop Web Browsers


    Google's official SMS app (not that one) now supports texting from a desktop web browser. The feature started rolling out to users yesterday, so if it's not yet available to you it should...
  10. Your Daily News Round-up for Monday, June 18th, 2018

    From The Web:

    This is Samsung’s canceled dual screen smartphone (allegedly)

    iPhones on iOS 12 Will Automatically Share Precise Location Data...
  11. Hell Freezes Over, Ad-Free YouTube is Finally Available in Canada


    Making good on their promise from last month, YouTube Premium is now available in Canada—and also Australia, Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway,...
  12. The Moto Razr, Re-imagined as a Foldable All-Screen Phone


    Before anything else I need to make it perfectly clear that this is only a render. There has been no firm indication from Motorola that their iconic Razr, the impossibly-thin feature phone...
  13. Your Daily News Round-up for Friday, June 15th, 2018

    From The Web:

    PSA: Apple Maps Has Been Down Several Hours, Directions and Search Not Working

    Why USB-C headphones aren’t, and likely never will...
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    Pebblers, Get Ready to Rebble

    158335, the small outfit with the lofty goal of replacing Pebble web services with their own, are taking names—literally. In a blog post yesterday they announced that accounts can now be...
  15. Your Daily News Round-up for Thursday, June 14th, 2018

    From The Web:

    The OnePlus 6 has sold 1 million units in 22 days, making it the fastest-selling OnePlus phone yet

    Samsung joins global pledge to...
  16. iOS 12 to Protect Users From Unauthorized Physical Access


    One of the new features coming to iOS 12 is USB Restricted Mode, designed specifically to lock out attackers with physical access to a phone or tablet. It will be enabled by default,...
  17. Your Daily News Round-up for Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

    From The Web:

    Samsung keen to claim ‘world’s first’ with foldable phone launch

    2018 iPhone lineup will bring even faster charging

    China's telco...
  18. Spanish Football League Hijacking Phones to Spy on Pirate Broadcasts


    Every so often we need to be reminded that smartphones, if compromised, can be effective surveillance devices. Case in point: Spanish soccer league La Liga is being investigated for their...
  19. Your Daily News Round-up for Tuesday, June 12th, 2018

    From The Web:

    Supply Chain Rumor Claims Apple will switch to USB Type-C in its Series of 2019 iPhones

    Vivo NEX is official with super-thin bezels,...
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    Multiple Camera Lens Madness


    Could the insane lens array of the Light L16 Camera be making its way to a future generation of smartphones? If the arms race for multiple phone cameras continues, it certainly seems...
  21. Your Daily News Round-up for Monday, June 11th, 2018

    From The Web:

    Goodbye to net neutrality. Hello to an even-bigger AT&T?

    Canadian Music Industry Wants Government to Pay Copying Fee for Every...
  22. Awesome, keep 'em coming! :2thumbs:

    Awesome, keep 'em coming! :2thumbs:
  23. 42 Smartphones are Still Shipping with a 3.5mm Audio Jack


    If you're not a fan of dongles, subpar Bluetooth audio or user-hostile design choices then you might appreciate this rather exhaustive list of currently available smartphones with onboard...
  24. Your Daily News Round-up for Friday, June 8th, 2018

    From The Web:

    Chrome OS will soon integrate directly with Android Messages

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9 renders show dual rear cameras and fingerprint...
  25. Your Daily News Round-up for Thursday, June 7th, 2018

    From The Web:

    Canada to hold key 5G spectrum auction in 2020, says Innovation Minister Bains

    Justice Department examining whether T-Mobile–Sprint...
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