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

Remainders - Stuff We Didn't Post (and Why)

Canada Has Its Very Own Version of the AT&T vs. Verizon Ad Lawsuit...CollegeHumor Tackles Modern Warfare 2 (With Bonus Giz Appearance)...LG BL4 Gets Christmas Edition...VUDU Adds Wikipedia, Possibly the World's Most Boring Update... » 11/25/09 1:20am 11/25/09 1:20am

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

Telus Mobility Gets XM Radio

Here's one for the Canadian readers. Your Telus Mobility cellphone service just announced that XM radio is available on your Telus phones. Exciting? Yes! Provided you like XM. » 7/06/06 7:15pm 7/06/06 7:15pm