Starting on December 21 and running until December 24 at 11:59PM EST, Canadian shoppers will be able to purchase the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition for just $650. That's a saving of $150 off the retail price of $800. BlackBerry will be running this sale at Amazon, Best Buy, Blueshop, Staples...
Periscope's Super Hearts are a way for the audience to tip a Periscope streamer, but when the service first launched it was only available in the United States. Today, the company announced it is expanding to Canada, Ireland, and the UK.
Canadian carrier TELUS has opened up its pre-orders for the new phone from Andy Rubin's company. Unlike the Sprint "exclusivity" in the U.S., TELUS has a true exclusive deal to be the only retailer in Canada selling the phone.
Alcatel's A50 smartphone features the company's own take on modules for a budget price. Like the Moto Z line, there is an extended battery mod and a speaker mod. Unlike Moto, Alcatel created an awesome looking LED back.
Netflix is increasing prices for Canadian customers between $1 and $2 depending on the plan.
The price hike for new members is effective immediately. It will do the same for existing users after notifying them by email in the coming weeks.
The LG X Power 2 launched in Canada last month, and has been available for CAD 249.99 ($195) through local carriers. Starting next week Telus will also start offering the mid-ranger. A source from the carrier said starting July 19, sales will begin at CAD 240 ($188).
Canada's Supreme Court has ruled that Google must de-list entire domains and websites from its global search index. This is a landmark ruling that resulted from the case Google v. Equustek and says Google must extend their de-listing measures globally and not just in Canada.
The Alcatel A30 8-inch tablet is now available through Telus in Canada for CAD $180 and features the following specs:
- 8-inch 1280x800 Display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 SoC
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB Storage
- 4,000mAh Battery
- Android Nougat
A new provision in Canada has made it so that all cell phones must be sold unlocked and no more unlocking fees can be charged. Canadians sometimes paid $50 or more to unlock a phone when switching between networks.