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Freedom Mobile Canada network review

Freedom Mobile was founded in 2008 as Wind Mobile and is one of the most visible discount mobile brands in Canada. Having said that, it also has pretty limited coverage. Freedom is refreshingly candid about its shortcomings though. The company recognizes it’s not perfect, but offers an affordable alternative to …

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Google wants to reinvent instant messaging (again)

Yet another desperate attempt from Google? Let’s start at the beginning. At the very beginning, there were dinosaurs. Then there were text messages. Later, there were instant messengers. Google had a foot in it, then it tripped and has had trouble getting up. It may have used Google Allo and …

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The foldable Samsung phone: Galaxy X rumor review

We have been hearing about Samsung developing a “foldable smartphone” for about a couple of years now. And while the concept might sound a bit outlandish, we do remember that the Galaxy Note Edge, which launched back in 2014 was quite eccentric and far-out back then. But look at Samsung …

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Deal: Amazon Echo Dot for $40 with bonus $10 gift card

If you haven’t yet stepped into the smart speaker game, you really are missing out. An always-on virtual assistant is incredibly useful around the house, especially in places like the kitchen where you often find your hands are dirty and touching your smartphone is ill-advised. While our guide on the …

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The Huawei P20 Pro just won a big photography award

5. TechSceptic (Posts: 401; Member since: 05 Feb 2018) Good for Huawei, but ultimately it’s a very subjective thing, so people should just look at what is generally perceived to be the best, and then see which ones fits their own preferences. The Google Pixels, Samsung Galaxy flagships and iPhone …

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ZTE calls ban “unfair,” but what can it do now?

ZTE’s response to the U.S. technology ban came through on Friday morning, with the company stating that the U.S. Department of Commerce’s action was unfair. China’s second-largest telecom firm said that the ban handed down by the Bureau of Industry and Security threatens its survival, and committed to “take judicial …

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