Bell’s Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant in Pictures

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Late last week Bell released their Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant smartphone. If you’re not familiar with the Vibrant, it’s very much like Samsungs Captivate offered on AT&T but with a slightly different body. Overall, the Vibrant is a thin and light powerhouse of a device. The AMOLED screen is super bright and crisp to look […]

The Telus HTC Desire in the Flesh

As Mike reported on Friday, Telus released the HTC Desire. It is their latest Android device, and it is running OS 2.1. It has a 1Ghz processor, with a 3.7″ Super LCD screen. The following video walks you through my thoughts on the first full day of use.

Telus Brings HTC Desire to Canada

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Telus and HTC have announced that the much loved Desire will be coming to Canada exclusively on the Telus network. The Desire was originally announced along with the Legend at Mobile World Congress back in February. The Android based phone has been available in the UK for a while now, is commonly referred to as […]

Going Hands on with the Android Based HTC Legend

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HTC announced and started shipping the Legend in Europe earlier this year. Well, it’s finally arrived on North American shores and we have been putting it through the paces to see how it stacks up. The HTC Legend is current available in Canada from Bell and Virgin Mobile. While there’s no official word from HTC, […]

Unboxing the HTC Legend from Bell and Virgin Mobile

Virgin Mobile and it’s parent company Bell, have launched the HTC Legend with North American 3G frequencies. Until now, if you live in the US or Canada and wanted the Legend, your only choice was the European version but with that version you never get the nice 3G speeds. Now that Virgin and Bell have […]

The Acer Liquid E…. The Saga Continues with GPS, Navigation and Music

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My thoughts on some Android/Liquid E capabilities: GPS and Navigation The choices of GPS applications for Android aren’t as wide as they are for Windows Mobile. Co-Pilot have a stand-alone app for about 30 bucks. I used it on Windows Mobile and it’s not bad for the money. Rogers have an application under development that […]

HTC Legend Available from Bell and Virgin Mobile

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Late last week Virgin Mobile was the first to announce availability of the HTC Legend to Canadians. Now Bell has added the Legend to their list of devices. Of course, that’s not much of a surprise, as Bell is the parent company of Virgin Mobile. What is odd is the price difference between the two […]

First Look at the Acer Liquid E

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Thanks go to Darren and Mike, and the good folks at Rogers for putting this phone in my hands for a few days to review it. In place of doing a long review of this phone I’m going to do a few posts documenting not just the device, but what it is like to switch […]

AT&T Announces Pocket Sized HTC Aria Smartphone

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AT&T steps into the Android market with this new mid-level smartphone – the HTC Aria. The Aria is a small device with a 3.2 inch capacitive screen, weighing in at 4.05 ounces and just over 4 inches in length. Despite it’s small size, it’s still packed with some goodness – powered by Android 2.1, a […]

New myTouch 3G Slide Reviewed at Mobile Burn

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“The new T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide is the second HTC-developed Android smartphone to wear the T-Mobile myTouch badge. This time around myTouch gets to brag about a hardware keyboard and a pretty current Android 2.1 operating system with HTC Sense user interface extensions. That’s not too shabby.” T-Mobile has released their latest Android handset and […]