FIDO is a Google-backed security alliance that is making it easier to use fingeprints, USB keys and other physical methods as an alternative to the traditional password.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is now available in Canada on a number of carriers! Read on to find out more!
Google has joined the FIDO Alliance today. Does this spell impending doom for the password?
While a few weeks ago you couldn’t score a Nexus 4 in Canada if your life depended on it, right now you might have trouble deciding where to get it.
The Nexus 4 has launched on Canadian carrier Fido. Bad news is that the device is out of stock.
Although the two carriers haven’t officially announced the roll-out, several Rogers and Fido customers said that they have received the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update on their Motorola Razr HD.
With the Nexus 4 continuing to expand its availability in multiple countries, Saudi Arabia is about to enjoy an imminent release of this popular smartphone.
Canadian carrier Fido will carry the elusive LG Nexus 4 starting “early February,” only a short while after Videotron receives the device on January 30th.
Last week we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S3 might very well be on its way over to Fido. Now the long wait is over and the handset has officially launched to Fido’s network.
Looking to get the Samsung Galaxy S3 in Canada? If you have Fido as your carrier, you’ve probably noticed that this isn’t an option. The good news is that this situation might be changing soon.