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Rogers Bringing NFC SureTap MobileWallet to Canada In “Coming Weeks”

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The mobile wallet is one of the most promising features of smartphones. You might lose your wallet or credit card a couple times per year, but you’re much less likely to lose your phone. The fact that you look at your phone around 150 times per day, and your phone comes with software to help you recover your phone, means it’s much more secure to have your wallet in your smartphone than in your pocket. In the coming weeks, Rogers will bring the NFC enabled suretap wallet to BlackBerry and Android.
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BlackBerry Z10 Accessories Now Available in Rogers Retail

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The BlackBerry Z10 went on sale with Rogers yesterday with a launch event in Toronto. If you’ve picked up a Z10 and you’re looking for accessories, we highly recommend the extra battery pack. After using the device since launch, it looks like the device only gets about a half to 3/4 day as a Power User. With the extra battery pack, the Power User should be able to consistently get full days.
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BlackBerry PlayBook 4G LTE 32GB Review and WiFi PlayBook Comparison

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RIM has released the latest version of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and this latest piece of hardware comes with a radio that supports LTE and HSPA+ networks. Other than the radio connectivity, there’s really not much separating this PlayBook from its predecessor. Therefore, the best way to approach this review is a discussion around the decisions to make a radio-enabled PlayBook, as well as some of the advantages and use-cases around why you may want a 4G LTE PlayBook.
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Fido Launches LTE Network in 6 Canadian Cities

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Canadian Carrier Fido has launched their LTE network in 6 cities today with more to follow in the coming months. They begun the LTE services with a mobile hotspot product and also offer LTE SIMs for people who bring their existing LTE device to Fido.
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Rogers Launches One Number Service for Voice, Video Chat and SMS From Your Computer

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Rogers has launched its new One Number service which lets you voice and video chat, as well as send text and pictures from your computer using your existing phone number. The service seems like it will be useful for all those people with desk jobs that want to move the smartphone experience over to their computer, without having to be distracted by their phone.
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Rogers Now Carrying BlackBerry Bold 9790

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The BlackBerry Bold 9790 is essentially a smaller, more compact version of the BlackBerry Bold 9900. Here at BlackBerryCool, we love the Bold 9900′s form factor because it’s reminiscent of the old Bold 9000. The original Bold 9000 is one of the most iconic BlackBerrys and represents a heyday for the company. If you’re looking to get one, we’ve heard from our pal RogersDude69 that it’s now available at Rogers.
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