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TCL throws in a free TV with the TCL 20 Pro 5G smartphone

Can't decide between a phone and a TV? Why not both?

Study says 33 per cent of Canadians unsatisfied with their mobile network speeds

Canada has the fastest mobile network speeds in the world, but some Canadians remain unimpressed by its performance.

Samsung announces Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360 and Galaxy Book laptops

With the new Galaxy Book family, Samsung gives a bit of something for every price range.

Rogers expands connectivity program to more women’s shelters in Canada

Rogers hopes to connect more women experiencing domestic violence by providing free phones and plans.

New Apple iMac and iPad Pros now use the M1 chip

Apple's all-in on its homebrew M1 chips. It's now inside iMacs and iPad Pros.

CRTC’s virtual mobile network approval stirs mixed reactions

The Canadian Radio-Television Telecommunication Commission (CRTC) approved mobile virtual network operators (MVNO) in Canada, but independent operators are not impressed. The new decision announced on...

TCL announces 20 Pro 5G, 20L+ and 20L smartphones

TCL continues to build its midrange-focused smartphone business with its new 20 series.

BlackBerry signs multi-year agreement with Shared Services Canada, forms new partnership with IBM

The federal agency overseeing government IT systems has picked BlackBerry to be its supplier of secure productivity and communication software.

LG promises three years of software updates for its phones

Some LG phones released after 2019 will receive software updates for at least three years after the purchase date.

Verizon report says firms still aren’t following basic mobile security measures

The annual Mobile Security Index also found almost half of respondents said their firm sacrificed the security of mobile devices for expediency, often because of the pandemic

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