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iPhone 4 launches, comes to Canada in July

By Gadjo C. Sevilla

The latest Apple smartphone has a slimmer glass and steel enclosure, a highly improved 3.5 inch screen witha new 960×640 resolution, the same fast Apple A4 processor that ships on the iPad and a front facing camera for FaceTime video calls over WiFi and a new camera system with 5 Megapixels and the ability to shoot HD video.

Review: Samsung’s NX10 shoots for the prosumer camera market

Review by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What quickly sets the Samsung NX10 apart form the other non-DSLR hybrid cameras is its full sized APS-C sensor which is identical to those found in regular DSLRs which are twice the size and weight. The APS-C is significantly bigger than the Four-Thirds Sensors found in Olympus and Panasonic’s lines.

Rogers launches On Demand Online service nationwide

By Ted Kritsonis

Having been in beta for the last six months, Rogers took its On Demand Online (or RODO for short) service out of beta and officially launched it throughout Canada today. The site will offer TV shows, movies, music videos and web-exclusives for free to both visitors and existing Rogers customers who already subscribe to any of the company’s Internet, wireless, TV or home phone.

Mobilicity launches handsets and plans for Toronto

Text and photo by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Mobilicity’s pay-in-advance, unlimited service model ensures customers can use their phones as much as they want within their city coverage area without the worry of incurring extra charges. For customers travelling outside the Mobilicity unlimited network coverage area in Canada and the U.S., low per-minute-rate roaming will be available on a pay-per-use basis, as will other extra features, such as international calling, downloads and 411 directory assistance.

Apple’s iAd to take mobile advertising into uncharted territory

By Dilshan Kathriarachchi

Apple’s launch of the in-app iAd framework would no doubt be a game changer for the mobile advertising industry. In its inspired attempt at merging TV-style ad experiences with the interactivity of the web, Apple has set the bar very high for a mobile advertising industry that is still in its infancy.