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Telus releases the rugged Motorola DEFY Android phone

Already available on T-Mobile in the US since November 2010, Motorola has decided to bring the rugged DEFY to Canada. This mid-range Android smartphone stands out from the competition in one major way – its durability. It has a scratch proof Gorilla Glass screen, is water-resistant, dust-proof, and can take a few more drops than your average smartphone. However keep in mind water-resistant doesn’t mean water-proof, so I wouldn’t suggest trying to duplicate the conditions of the image above! While the DEFY is certainly not a cutting edge Android phone,…

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Rogers accidentally confirms that they will carry the Sony Ericsson X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro

Rogers was the first North American carrier to release the Xperia X10, Sony Ericsson’s first Android smartphone (Our review of this 4″ screen flagship phone is coming soon), and soon Rogers will also be the first carrier to offer the X10’s younger siblings, the X10 Mini, and X10 Mini Pro.  Even though neither Sony Ericsson, nor Rogers  have officially announced that either of these phones will be coming to Canada, it has been rumoured for a while that they would. Now we have confirmation – on the Rogers on Demand…

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Telus BlackBerry Storm 2 Review

Introduction The enormous success of the iPhone, since its release in 2007, sent a lot of phone competitors back to their drawing boards to create a competitor that included one of the iPhones primary features, a large touch screen. Though none of them would admit to trying to create an iPhone killer, the media quickly dubbed them as such. Research in Motion (RIM), the Canadian creators of the ‘Crackberry’ had already made major in-roads into the consumer smartphone market with their Curve and Pearl entry level phones, but the meteoric…

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