Tag: smartphone

Wind Mobile could be up for sale

By Ted Kritsonis

Wind Mobile, the first of the new entrants in Canada’s wireless industry, is now reportedly for sale after unnamed sources suggested Wind’s parent company, Amsterdam-based VimpelCom initiated the process to hear bids for a takeover.

New HTC One smartphone to launch in Canada in March

Text and photos by Ted Kritsonis

NEW YORK – The new HTC One smartphone announced today at an event in New York City will be the company’s new flagship Android handset, and is slated to be available in Canada as early as late March from Rogers, Bell, Telus and Virgin Mobile.

Review: Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 scans fast to your smartphone or tablet

By Ted Kritsonis

Scanning is really considered an old technology, but the speed in doing it is what can make a real difference in productivity. Fujitsu’s ScanSnap iX500 is one of the fastest scanners available and finally makes it possible to scan directly to smartphones and tablets without the need for a computer.

BlackBerry Z10 video review: a new look for the brand, but is it enough?

Featuring Ted Kritsonis

The launch of the new BlackBerry Z10 has finally brought the new BlackBerry 10 to market after repeated delays. It’s an entirely new look and feel for the BlackBerry brand, and could be intuitive and impressive enough to keep some longtime BlackBerry users on board, and maybe even win some converts.

Rogers’ CEO to Retire at Top of Game

It’s during his tenure that Rogers became the country’s largest wireless carrier; now, Nadir Mohamed says he’s leaving the company.

by Lee Rickwood