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    by Published on 11-27-2019 02:10 PM
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    Howard just passed on an email from his contact at Samsung Canada, who wanted you all to know that the Galaxy Fold will be available for in-store pre-order starting Thursday, November 28th. More from the official release:

    MISSISSAUGA, ON, Nov. 21, 2019 /CNW/
    Samsung Electronics Canada Inc. today announced that the highly anticipated Galaxy Fold will be available starting December 6th, 2019 exclusively at Samsung Experience Stores located at:


    The category-defining Galaxy Fold represents the biggest leap forward in smartphone design and engineering since the first smartphones launched more than a decade ago. Engineered with new materials and technologies, it reimagines everything you can do with a device that fits in your pocket and inspires a new mobile experience. When closed, you can access all of your apps comfortably in one hand on the cover display. When opened, you can explore new ways to multitask, watch videos, play games, and more on an immersive 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display.

    "Canadians have overwhelmingly shared their excitement for the Galaxy Fold, and we're thrilled to now be offering it at our Samsung Experiences Stores across Canada," said Jennifer Safruk, VP Sales and Product Management.

    The Galaxy Fold, available in Cosmos Black, introduces a whole new smartphone category built for the future. Breakthrough materials and a revised, sophisticated hinging mechanism make the device flexible and highlight its elegant design that delivers a book-like fold. Featuring the world's first foldable 7.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED Infinity Flex Display, the Galaxy Fold turns into an ultra-slim compact device when closed.

    The Galaxy Fold App Continuity feature allows intuitive, seamless app transitions between the phone's cover and the Infinity Flex main display, collaborating with Google to enable an ecosystem of apps that are simple and easy to use. The Galaxy Fold features Samsung's largest-ever screen on a Samsung Galaxy phone, with a Multi-Active Window that allows users to easily multi-task across three open apps at once.

    Every Galaxy Fold comes with exclusive access to Galaxy Fold Premier Service, including Fold Concierge and a screen replacement offer. Exploring the groundbreaking design of Galaxy Fold may require additional support in the beginning. Specially trained experts are available 24/7 to provide you with personalized and exclusive support for your Galaxy Fold.

    In Canada, the Galaxy Fold will be available for purchase in Cosmos Black exclusively at Samsung Experience Stores beginning December 6, 2019. Pricing starts at $2,599.99 (regular price).
    Source: Newswire.ca

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    by Published on 11-13-2019 04:44 PM
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    Tonight Motorola unveiled their own version of a foldable phone in the form of the classic RAZR design, running on Android 9. They're calling this one lowercase "razr."

    Priced at $1,499 USD, it is set to release early January 2020 on Verizon as a carrier exclusive. Pre-orders start the day after Christmas.

    More specs, pictures and info on Motorola's site here: https://www.motorola.com/us/products/razr

    Sources: The Verge | CNET
    by Published on 11-05-2019 02:10 PM
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    Some clever person has managed to find an Amazon Canada listing for the Collider, the code name for Fossil's new line of hybrid smartwatches featuring a physical dial over a monochrome e-ink display. The watches will be available for sale on Black Friday (November 29th), and this particular model will retail for $195. Not sure if that's CAD or USD, but I suspect the latter.

    The cached Amazon.ca product page provides the following details:

    Product Description
    Where smart meets style—this 42mm Collider hybrid smartwatch features a dark brown leather strap and an always-on readout display so you can get your heart rate, message previews, weather and more at a glance, with 2+ weeks of battery life on a single charge. Powered by the Fossil Smartwatches App, Fossil Hybrid Smartwatches are compatible with Android™ OS 5.0+ and iOS 9.0+ devices. The Fossil Smartwatches App is provided by Fossil Group, Inc. so your data will be stored in the USA.

    Product Specifications
    Brand: Fossil
    Model Number: FTW7008
    Item Shape: Round
    Band width: 22 millimeters
    Calendar: Date
    Movement: Hybrid
    Water resistant depth: 50 meters
    Warranty type: Manufacturer
    For additional product images (from prior leaks) check the referring link below.

    Source: Android Police

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    by Published on 10-28-2019 12:40 PM
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    It’s been about a year since the XS Max came out. The Max kind of filled a hole in the iPhone lineup. When Apple ...
    by Published on 10-25-2019 07:12 AM
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    Smartphones have been maturing for over a decade now. A while back we reached a point where even phone enthusiasts stopped ...
    by Published on 10-15-2019 02:45 PM
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    In a livestreamed event this morning Google unveiled their worst-kept secret of the year, the fourth-generation Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. But that's not all—also revealed were second-gen Pixel Buds, a new Pixelbook and more home tech from Nest.

    The Verge and CNET have already posted several videos of the new gadgetry; of the two sources I'm more partial to The Verge so I've included their latest below, and after that some text links from various sources. Enjoy!











    The biggest announcements from Google’s 2019 Pixel event

    Here's where you can buy the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL in the US

    Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL Canadian pricing and availability

    Google announces Pixel Buds 2 w/ $179 price-tag, up to 24 hour battery, more

    The $649 Pixelbook Go is lighter, better and cheaper than Google's last Chromebook laptop

    The Google Nest Mini Can Now Hang on Your Wall Like a Piece of Art That's Always Listening to You

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    by Published on 10-10-2019 01:25 PM
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    An event livestreamed from London on YouTube earlier today confirmed the Pro and McLaren editions of the latest OnePlus device, the 7T.



    OnePlus 7T Pro
    6.67 inch 90 Hz QHD+ AMOLED display
    Snapdragon 855+ processor
    8 GB RAM / 256 GB storage
    48 MP / 8 MP 3x telephoto / 16 MP wide-angle rear cameras
    16 MP pop-up selfie cam
    4085 mAh battery, Warp Charge 30T
    Oxygen OS 10.0 (based on Android 10)
    Haze Blue
    £699



    OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition
    12 GB RAM
    Papaya Orange accents
    Alcantara case
    £799

    The devices will be sold officially by OnePlus and their carrier partners in the EU, India and UK; unofficially they'll almost certainly be available through Amazon resellers and other grey market importers.

    Sources: Android Police, Mobile Syrup, OnePlus Forums

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    by Published on 10-09-2019 06:50 AM
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    The following was posted to Essential's official Twitter account last night:



    "We've been working on a new device to reframe your perspective on mobile. It's now in early testing with our team outside the lab. Look forward to sharing more in the near future! #ProjectGEM"


    Additional photos were tweeted by Andy Rubin himself:





    This new device seems to have caught the Internet off-guard; all that's been leaked prior to this are a few snippets of code on XDA. There is, however, plenty of speculation at the referring links below.

    via Android Police, The Verge

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    by Published on 10-03-2019 12:00 PM
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    Thanks to the sources cited below we won't have to wait for the Made by Google event on Tuesday, October 15th for details on the 4th generation Pixel phones. I believe the only unknown at this point is their price.

    Here are the leaks that have broken in the last 24 hours:

    Official Press Renders



    Black



    White



    "Oh, so Orange"

    Specs

    Pixel 4:
    5.7 inch full HD+ smooth OLED display (up to 90Hz), ambient EQ
    Snapdragon 855 processor with Pixel Neural Core™
    6 GB RAM / 64 or 128 GB storage
    12 MP dual-pixel and 16 MP telephoto rear cameras
    2800 mAh battery
    Stereo speakers
    Titan M security module
    Face unlock, motion sense
    Android Q with 3 years of security and OS updates

    Pixel 4 XL:
    6.3 inch quad HD+ smooth OLED display (up to 90Hz) – ambient EQ
    Snapdragon 855 processor with Pixel Neural Core™
    6 GB RAM / 64 or 128 GB storage
    12 MP dual-pixel and 16 MP telephoto rear cameras
    3700 mAh battery
    Stereo speakers
    Titan M security module
    Face unlock, motion sense
    Android Q with 3 years of security and OS updates

    What's in the box:
    Pixel phone (obviously)
    1 metre USB-C to USB-C cable
    18 watt USB-C power adapter
    Quick switch adapter (female USB-A to male USB-C)
    SIM tool
    Quick start guide

    Sources: 9to5Google, Android Police, Mobile Syrup

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    by Published on 09-30-2019 10:30 AM
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    They might not be the biggest player in the horological racket, but they are almost certainly the most prolific hardware partner for Google's Wear OS. Each of these brands fall under the Fossil Group umbrella:

    Armani Exchange
    Diesel
    Emporio Armani
    Kate Spade
    Marc Jacobs
    Michael Kors
    Misfit
    Skagen

    ... Though I'd wager that the majority of units moved are the ones bearing the parent brand.

    Fossil's story began in 1984, when two brothers in Dallas, Texas formed a company called "Overseas Products International". As the name implies, the scheme was to import cheap watches from Asia (mostly Hong Kong) and sell them on the American market. After some initial success the enterprise went public under name Fossil in 1993.

    The company's winning formula was affordable fashion watches with a vintage look, but I remember them more for their limited runs of collectibles—in particular a Spider-man watch I spied back in the day at an outlet mall in Buffalo, New York:



    It was the Amazing Fantasy #15 edition, in case you were wondering. And I should have bought it, but didn't.

    Fossil's history with wearable tech dates back to 2003, when the company released the Abacus:



    ... A wrist-based PDA that required a stylus.

    Fossil's first Wear OS device (then Android Wear) was the Q Founder, released in late 2015; the company is now on its 5th generation of Android-powered smartwatches. Wear OS has likewise come a long way since then—perhaps not far enough, but without Fossil I can't help but wonder if there would still be a Wear OS at all.

    Links: CGC Comics, Gizmodo, WatchTime, Watchonista, Wikipedia (1) (2)

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    by Published on 09-26-2019 01:00 PM
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    OnePlus apparently has a new twist to their 6-month release cycle; while it was the 7 Pro only that came to North America last spring (officially), it looks like our Autumn harvest will only yield the non-pro 7T. More on that via the links and videos below. Also, R.I.P. OnePlus gestures.

    Links:

    OnePlus 7T review: An unbeatable package for under $600
    First impressions of the OnePlus 7T: Just don't call it a smaller 7 Pro
    OnePlus 7T Canadian pricing and availability
    OnePlus 7T Review: A Top Android Phone of 2019
    OnePlus 7T Review: A Premium, Practical Smartphone without Gimmicks

    Videos:







    Image source: OnePlus Forums

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    by Published on 09-25-2019 12:00 PM
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    The past few years have seen the emergence of Huawei in the high-end of the market. They’ve gone from a provider ...
    by Published on 08-30-2019 07:12 AM
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    Invitations have gone out for what will almost certainly be the unveiling of this year's iPhones on Tuesday September 10th. As always, Apple's September event will kick-off at 10:00 am Pacific Time and you'll likely be able to watch it live from wherever you may be.

    I myself will be away on a late summer vacation, but be on the lookout for some post-event coverage by people smarter than me when I return. In the meantime check out Mark Gurman's annual preview over at Bloomberg for what to expect.

    See you in September!

    Sources: AppleInsider, Bloomberg

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    by Published on 08-29-2019 02:25 PM
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    On the left, my cheap and cheerful Amazfit Bip; on the right, Amazfit's newer, more premium GTR. You can probably guess by the step count which one I prefer, but you would also be correct to say that this isn't even a fair comparison—the GTR is closer in looks, features, price and name to Huawei's GT.

    For my GTR I paid $199.94 CAD, a promotional launch offer from Gearbest. Here's how I got on with it...

    Specs
    1.39 inch 454 x 454 pixel AMOLED display
    47.2 mm aluminum alloy case
    22 inch quick-release leather and silicone strap
    (unknown processor, OS)
    16 MB RAM / 40 MB storage
    410 mAh battery, 1.5 to 2 hours charging time
    Bluetooth 5.0
    5 ATM IP rating

    Battery Life
    Amazfit's bold claim of 24 days between charges doesn't seem all that far-fetched; in the 10 days that I've used it the battery has lost only 20% of its initial charge.

    Buttons
    There are two physical buttons on the GTR's right side but only one of them is remappable. The one positioned at two o'clock (with the red colouring under the pusher) can only turn the display on or off. The four o'clock button can be mapped to the app or function of your choice, but you'll have to press it twice to get there. This is because the first press will light up the display, just like the other button. So the point of the first button is...?

    Display
    The screen and default watch face are undeniably fetching, but can only stay lit for up to eight seconds at a time before adversely affecting battery life. And unlike Wear OS there's no option for an always-on display. This ended up bothering me a lot more than I thought it would.

    I also found the glossy notches on the bezel to be a bit distracting, but they do give you something to look at when the screen is blank. Which is often. There's a lift-to-wake function, at least.

    Fitness Tracking
    With onboard GPS and a heart-rate sensor fitness tracking is generally very good. Workouts are logged in the Amazfit app (for either Android or iOS), which seems to be an exact copy of the Xiaomi Mi Fit app. For some reason I can only use Mi Fit with my Bip, and only the Amazfit app with the GTR. Kooky.

    Music Controls
    You can use the GTR to control music or podcasts from your phone, with one big caveat: the OS on this watch doesn't seem to multitask, so if you're tracking a workout while listening to audio you won't be able to access music controls until your workout is done. I guess because battery life...?

    Notifications
    Notifications are similarly half-baked. With Wear OS or even my Bip they're always accessible from the main screen via a single swipe; on the GTR if you miss an incoming notification you'll have to navigate to where they live in the app menu, or assign a shortcut via the second hardware button. I feel pretty strongly that notifications are a critical function for smartwatches, and on this particular watch it doesn't seem like Amazfit gave enough thought to them.

    Also, like other Amazfit watches, there's no emoji support.

    Tiles
    Or widgets, or whatever you want to call them, the GTR's also got them. But they are limited in number to two: heart rate and step count. They live on either side of your watch face, an unnecessary redundancy. Wouldn't it be great if you could put a shortcut to, say, the weather on one side of your watch face instead? You can do this with the Bip, but not with the GTR.

    Verdict
    If you think the Bip looks like a cheap plastic toy but you don't want all the bells, whistles or the high cost of entry to Wear OS then you might be a good candidate for the GTR. I personally found too many missed opportunities in the UI to overcome the very basic OS. And maybe my expectations for smartwatches are too high but I 100% hate looking at dead screens, most of all on my own wrist.

    If you were still interested, the GTR is currently an online exclusive at Gearbest.com

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    by Published on 08-28-2019 04:15 PM
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    Versa users will have already seen this coming, as that device launched with Coach—the optional $7.99 USD per month service that put workouts on your wrist. Coach is now bundled into Fitbit's new premium service called (go figure) Fitbit Premium:

    Fitbit gives you general insights. Premium gives you personalized insights about your activity, exercise, heart rate and sleep that show how your actions impact your health—and get clear guidance on what you can do to improve.
    Fitbit is clearly playing to its strengths here—specifically the absence of native sleep tracking from either the Apple Watch or Wear OS. One of the hallmark features of a Premium subscription will be a nightly sleep score, yet another way for users to feel inadequate when ranked against their friends.

    Fitbit Premium will cost $9.99 USD per month or $79.99 USD per year (or roughly the CAD equivalent) and should work great with the Versa 2 that was also announced today.

    Sources: Fitbit via The Verge (1) (2)

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    by Published on 08-26-2019 02:15 PM
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    Here's the latest collab between Twitter leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer and Indian tech blog Pricebaba: the OnePlus 7T, due for an official unveiling in India on Thursday, September 26th.

    Like the current non-pro OnePlus 7 it has a teardrop notch on its front display instead of a pop-up selfie cam; like the current OnePlus 7 Pro it also has three camera lenses on the back. A Snapdragon 855 processor and FHD+ Optic AMOLED display are also expected.

    No confirmation of a OnePlus 7T Pro just yet but everyone seems to think it will happen, along with a McLaren “Senna” Edition—which means there might be up to three phones upstaging the first OnePlus-branded TV.

    For more unofficial renders see the first link immediately below.

    Source: Pricebaba via XDA

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    by Published on 08-22-2019 02:00 PM
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    If you're in the market for a Galaxy Note 10 you should know that today is the last day that Samsung is taking pre-orders for it. More importantly, some notable perks that come with your pre-order are officially off the table as of tomorrow.

    USA-specific Perks:



    Americans can get a Samsung gift card worth $100 USD with their Note 10 or $150 with their Note 10 Plus / Note 10 Plus 5G. Also on offer is six free months of Spotify Premium (if you're not already a premium subscriber). The Verge is additionally reporting up to $600 off of your purchase with an eligible trade-in, and has published a separate post detailing available offers from carriers.

    Canada-specific Perks:



    Canadians can get a free pair of Galaxy Buds—a $200 CAD value—with any Note 10 order. Note (sorry) that the four months of ad-free YouTube is not directly tied to the Note 10, but is a separate promotion that runs under February 29th of next year (in this country, anyway). I'm unfortunately unable to confirm the availability window for Canadian trade-ins, or how much you can get for which device. And carrier deals? Yeah, good luck with that.

    Sources: Samsung Canada / USA, The Verge (1) (2), WhistleOut

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    by Published on 08-20-2019 02:00 PM
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    ... But not for long.

    Security researchers discovered over the weekend that Apple mistakenly unpatched a security vulnerability in iOS 12.4. What is now effectively a 100+ day exploit means that for the first time in years users can jailbreak their iPhones again—that is, those models running the A7 to A11 chipsets. If you wanted to jailbreak your iPhone XR/XS/XS Max or your 2019 iPad Mini/iPad Air then you can pretty much stop reading here, as those devices are all powered by A12 chips.

    As an Android user who insists on unlocked bootloaders and root access I am all for taking control of your technology, even if iOS isn't my specific area of expertise. This dude seems to know what he's doing, though:



    If you wanted to take the plunge yourself—and understand the risks—there's also this step-by-step guide on Lifehacker. If you were wondering why you'd even want to bother, here are some use-cases via the comments on iPhone in Canada:

    -Carbridge – for those with CarPlay, you get any app on your car screen. That means when I’m parked waiting for the ferry, I can watch movies. Note Netflix isn’t supported, but anything in the TV app works.
    -reddit no ads
    -YouTube tools (no ads)
    -Audio recorder – automatic recording of phone calls. Yes that’s legal in Canada. Why would I want that? If someone is telling me details I need to remember and I’m not able to write them down at that moment I don’t need to worry about it, I can just listen to the call again.
    Of course, if you didn't want to jailbreak and are just worried about your phone being vulnerable, hang tight for a few days. Apple will almost certainly release iOS 12.4.1 and re-patch the vulnerability.

    Source: VICE via iPhone in Canada
    Image source: Lifehacker

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    by Published on 08-14-2019 03:00 PM
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    For anyone interested in the Apple Card, here's an FYI courtesy of BuzzFeed: Making payments on said card will require your iPhone, or at the very least some other iOS device. This will very much be an issue if you've got a payment due and your phone suddenly goes missing:

    According to Apple Support, your options are: 1. Use an iPad or other iOS device to access the Wallet app, or 2. Call Apple Support (not, presumably, with the phone you just lost) and a representative will connect you to an Apple Card specialist at Goldman Sachs, Apple’s bank partner. You’ll need your full name, date of birth, last four digits of your Social Security number, and the phone number associated with your account to make a payment over the phone.

    By comparison, Capital One, Citibank, and American Express Blue Cash cards have two online options—a mobile app or website—to pay your statement and monitor your account. With an Apple Card, you need an iPad as backup, or to get on the phone with a support rep ASAP.

    In other words, nearly every other modern credit card offers users a way to access their account with a browser on desktop, giving them the flexibility to pay bills from any device—and Apple Card, despite its titanium, numberless, futuristic veneer, does not.
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Source: BuzzFeed

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    by Published on 08-13-2019 02:55 PM
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    They're ba-ack... Snap, Inc. is now taking pre-orders for their third-generation hardware products. And they're not cheap: a pair of Spectacles 3 in either carbon (black) or mineral (rose gold) will set you back $380 USD or $500 CAD.

    What could possibly justify the more than 100% price jump over current models? The Verge explains:

    A Snap spokesperson said this year’s model represented a necessary investment in the platform. The company has to figure out a way to do AR computing right, the logic goes, before it can do it cheaply.

    The glasses’ marquee feature is a second camera, which enables Spectacles to capture depth for the first time. Snap has built a suite of new 3D effects that take advantage of the device’s new depth perception ability. They will be exclusive to Spectacles, and the company plans to let third-party developers design depth effects starting later this year.
    Details on technical specs are scarce, but according to Mobile Syrup they'll ship with 4 GB of onboard storage, good for 100 circular format videos or 1200 still images.

    Sources: Mobile Syrup, The Verge

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