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  • You Can Now Reserve A BlackBerry 10 Smartphone Through Rogers: It’s Like A Mystery Grab Bag

    You Can Now Reserve A BlackBerry 10 Smartphone Through Rogers: It’s Like A Mystery Grab Bag

    This morning saw a flurry of RIM news, including the debut of a beta program among enterprise and government clients, and a firm location for the January 30 launch event in NYC. In another curious development, major Canadian mobile network operator Rogers has opened up reservations for BlackBerry 10 devices according to BGR, letting customers reserve their spot in line for a device about which… Read More

  • Canadian Internet Provider Rogers Experiencing Major, Prolonged Outage [Update: It's Back!]

    Canadian Internet Provider Rogers Experiencing Major, Prolonged Outage [Update: It's Back!]

    Canadian wireless and internet provider Rogers is currently experiencing a widespread, continued outage of services on both its cellular and cable home internet data networks, according to various user reports. Rogers is the second-largest internet provider in Canada by subscriber count, and the largest cellphone provider with somewhere around 10 million mobile customers. Read More

  • Rogers Extends LTE Reach In Canada

    Rogers Extends LTE Reach In Canada

    Folks in the Great White North have reason to be excited today, especially if they’re a customer of the Rogers network. Canada’s largest wireless carrier has today announced the expansion of its new LTE network in the Greater Toronto area and surrounding Vancouver. Read More

  • Canadians rejoice: the Nexus S is coming in March

    Canadians rejoice: the Nexus S is coming in March

    According to Moblicity CEO, Dave Dobbin, everyone’s favourite Gingerbread totin’ handset — The Samsung Nexus S — will be released through the company’s AWS brand come March. If you care not for AWS, then you’ll be happy to hear that Doctor Dobbs also said that Bell, Telus, and Rogers will also carry the hot new handset. Jump on through the break for a video… Read More

  • Did Rogers Wireless ruin this woman's life (or is she simply a fool)?

    Did Rogers Wireless ruin this woman's life (or is she simply a fool)?

    A Canadian woman has sued Rogers Wireless over privacy concerns. Sounds normal so far, right? Let’s add a little color to the sentence, then gauge your reaction. A Canadian woman has sued Rogers Wireless for inadvertently disclosing an affair she was having, citing privacy concerns. Hmm, that’s a little less normal, now isn’t it? Read More

  • Acer Liquid e comes to North America by way of Rogers Wireless

    Acer Liquid e comes to North America by way of Rogers Wireless

    Acer recently announced its growing presence in the Android realm and Rogers was quick to snap up the manufacturer’s latest device – the Liquid e. If you can get past the drug-related name, the handset doesn’t seem to sound so bad on paper. Read More

  • Rogers hints at 8GB iPhone 3GS

    Rogers hints at 8GB iPhone 3GS

    Will Apple release an 8GB iPhone 3GS? If we’re to believe this photo, sent to BGR from an operative deep inside Canada’s Rogers, then yes. Yes it will. Read More

  • Rogers launches the BlackBerry 8900 Javelin

    Rogers launches the BlackBerry 8900 Javelin

    After some many months in the works, the BlackBerry 8900 (otherwise known as “Javelin”) has finally made its way out of the labs and onto a shelf near you. Well, by “a shelf near you” we mean “on a shelf at Rogers locations in Canada”. Not, say, the shelf in your bathroom. Essentially a BlackBerry Bold Lite, the Javelin’s missing 3G, and has a… Read More

  • Nokia E71 available on Rogers for $49 with 3-yr contract

    Nokia E71 available on Rogers for $49 with 3-yr contract

    I have to say, as interesting a phone as the E71 is, I’m not sure a three year contract is something I’d be willing to agree to. I mean, who does anything for three years? Well, laying out only $50 for all the capabilities of the E71 — full HTML browsing, GPS, tons of stuff available for the S60 OS — is a pretty good deal if you’re already into that Symbian thing. Read More

  • Rogers sells 255,000 iPhones in the land of poutine

    Rogers sells 255,000 iPhones in the land of poutine

    This morning, Canadian carrier giant Rogers announced that they’d managed to sell roughly 255,000 iPhones between its launch in July and the end of September. While 255,000 is a drop in the bucket compared to the 6.9 iPhones pushed worldwide in the same window, it’s pretty significant in the battle for carrier supreme going on north of the border. With the two other big players… Read More