Canadian Android Users Can Now Pay For Apps

According to BGR, customers of both Rogers and Fido in Canada are now able to download paid-for Android apps, after Google's long-going battle with Canadian carrier support. Unfortunately if you're a Bell or TELUS customer you may have to wait a wee bit longer to get your hands on the likes of the Car Locator app. [BGR » 3/16/10 6:04am 3/16/10 6:04am

Town Goes Cell-Phone Free Then Announces Wi-Fi For All

At first, the story looks fairly predictable: The peaceful Canadian town of New Denver (pop. 600) has asked Telus, the region's wireless carrier, not to build a proposed cell tower. The reason isn't fear of what's new and different; the town would like to promote itself as a destination for people who want to get away… » 7/23/07 11:51am 7/23/07 11:51am