Posts tagged as: Canada

Apple Hope to Launch Apple Pay in Canada in November

A new report suggests that Apple is currently in negotiations with Canada’s six major banks to bring Apple Pay to the country as early as November. With UnionPay negotiations with China currently stalled, Canada could be one of the first countries outside the US to get Apple Pay. The six major banks — BMO, CIBC, […]

Boost Mobile Now Offering Unlimited Calls to Mexico for $5

Boost Mobile today introduced a new add-on for its service plans that provides unlimited calling to landlines and mobile phones in Mexico. The Todo Mexico plan costs $5 per month and can be added to Boost’s $45 and $55 Data Boost plans. In addition to unlimited calling to Mexico, the Todo Mexico plan includes unlimited […]

Legal Action Over 2011 MacBook Pro Heads North to Canada

A second class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple over the 2011 MacBook Pro. The new case originates in Canada, specifically from a Montreal-based lawfirm, Lex Group Attorneys. Like the original US case, the new suit states that Apple shipped MacBooks with bad soldering of an AMD graphics chip to the logic board, and […]

DC Comics Hits Reverses and Allows the Superman ‘S’ on Jeffrey Baldwin Memorial Statue

‘DC Entertainment uses a flexible set of criteria when we receive worthy requests such as this, and at times have reconsidered our initial stance,’ a DC Comics spokesperson said in a statement. ‘After verifying the support of appropriate family members, DC Entertainment will be allowing the Jeffrey Baldwin Memorial Statue to feature the Superman ‘S’ […]

Chromecast Heads North to Canada!

Google’s Chromecast, an HDMI-connected device that allows users to push online content such as streaming video onto TVs, Is now for sale in Canada at and the Google Play store. “This is a really simple way to get online content on your television. What the Chromecast does is that it allows any device in […]

AT&T Strikes LTE Roaming Deal with Canada’s Rogers

AT&T today announced that it has forged an LTE roaming agreement with Rogers, a wireless network operator in Canada. The deal gives AT&T’s customers access to Rogers’ LTE network when they travel to Canada. According to AT&T, Rogers offers LTE service to 70% of Canadians, and plans to deploy LTE in 95 new markets this […]

Microsoft Closes Victoria BC Studio – Moving Work to Vancouver

For most of us in the Pacific Northwest, Victoria, British Columbia is known for it’s gardens, causeway, old English charm include high tea. Well for Microsoft until today, it was also home to two year old video game studio.  The Victoria, BC studio was part of a $1 billion investment in Xbox One which multiple […]

Sonic Lost World Deadly Six Edition DLC Now Working for Canadians

For fans of Sonic in Canada, the release of the Sonic Lost World Deadly Six Edition has been something of a frustrating experience. According a few reports on the web when you try to redeem DLC code those extra levels, the eShop says the code was unrecognized. It looks appears the whole nation of Canada […]

Canada Nets Exclusive PlayStation 3, NHL 14 Bundle

Canadians love hockey. It’s more than a stereotype; it’s a market-exploitable fact. Sony plans to capitalize on our northern pals’ love of icy sports with a region-exclusive PlayStation 3 bundle that includes a copy of EA Sports’ hockey sim NHL 14. The package includes an Azurite-blue super slim PS3 console with a 250GB hard drive, […]

Pixar Canada Closes

Pixar Canada has closed after three years and 100 employees are out of a job, reports The Province. Pixar has decided to concentrate its operations in Emeryville, California. “A decision was made to refocus operations and resources under the one roof,” Barb Matheson, a spokesman for Pixar parent company Disney, said about the closing of […]

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