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The OnePlus 5/5T just got Android 10, which is a big deal (but it shouldn’t be)

C. Scott Brown May 27, 2020 770 shares
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We don’t own our digital lives and it’s time we started caring about it

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RIP LG G series: Waving goodbye to a true innovator

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Are Google’s faster rollout initiatives working?

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These are the best Canadian phone plans

Are you looking for the best Canadian phone plans available? Android Authority has you covered.
Team AAMay 3, 202082 shares
 

Canadian OnePlus 7 Pro price cut by $100 (Update: Cashback for current owners)

This is great news for our northern neighbors, as the starting price for a OnePlus 7 Pro is now $899 CAD.
C. Scott BrownJune 28, 2019318 shares
 

Bell Canada network review – what are the best plans?

Thinking about considering one of Bell's plans? Here's what you need to know.
Team AAMay 1, 201996 shares
 

Telus plans – a closer look at your options

Looking for a new mobile, internet, or TV provider in Canada? We've compiled a list of the Telus plans available to keep you connected.
Frederick BlichertApril 4, 201972 shares
 

Beta version of Call Screen available now for select Canadian Pixel devices

Unfortunately, the Canadian version of Call Screen only supports English, just like the U.S. version.
C. Scott BrownMarch 14, 2019178 shares
 

Rogers Canada network review

Looking for a new service provider? We break down what you can get out of different Rogers plans and provide an overall network review to help make your choice a little easier.
Frederick BlichertMarch 7, 201983 shares
 

Fido Canada network review – a closer look at Fido plans

For Canadian subscribers looking for great mobile service on a budget, one of Fido's plans might be worth a look.
Team AAMarch 1, 2019164 shares
 

Google Home is now available in Canada

Google Home is the first major virtual assistant-powered speaker to arrive in Canada, and it can be yours for $179 starting today.
Brian ReighJune 26, 2017134 shares
 

The Canadian telecom regulator just banned carriers from locking phones

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecom Commission has just revised the wireless code for telecom providers, banning the locking of devices sold to customers.
David ImelJune 15, 20171171 shares
 

Motorola’s next phone to be announced on June 1 in Canada

Motorola Canada announced it will unveil its next phone on June 1, though it gave no indication as to what phone it could be.
Williams PelegrinMay 30, 2017283 shares
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