After launching the BlackBerry KEYone at Selfridges, London earlier today, TCL has announced that the BlackBerry KEYone will officially be on-sale in Canada next month at Bell, Bell MTS, Rogers, SaskTel and TELUS Business.
Tangentia has announced it is partnering with BlackBerry to connect, secure and mobilize enterprises in Canada.
As a BlackBerry partner, Tangentia gains the advanced skills needed to remain at the forefront of technology.
The new LG G6 smartphone will be arriving in Canada on April 7, 2017. The newest smartphone features a bold new display format with a cinematic viewing experience, exceptional screen to body ratio, wide angle camera and
TCL unveiled the BlackBerry KEYone yesterday and like most BlackBerry smartphones, carrier information was lacking. While the device will be able to buy unlocked, there was very little information about carrier support.
As we reported early this morning, John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO of BlackBerry was joined by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today to unveil the BlackBerry QNX Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Centre (AVIC).
Further to announcements made earlier this week, Samsung Canada confirmed beginning today it is offering Galaxy Note7 owners who bring their device to their original Samsung or authorized reseller point of purchase.
Brian Beamish, Ontario's information and privacy commissioner is telling government and public sector staff that their Instant Messaging and personal email accounts are subject to freedom of information requests.
Sony announced the availability of its latest smartphone lineup today. The Xperia X Series is available starting June 23 at multiple carriers including Bell, Rogers, Virgin Mobile Canada, WIND Mobile, and Videotron.