Infographic: the ultimate guide to cell phone plans in Canada

Infographic: the ultimate guide to cell phone plans in Canada

How does your cell phone plan compare to all the other cell phone plans out there in the Canadian market? Are you certain that you are indeed paying the best price for the best cell phone plan available?

And yes it’s true: Canada ranks amongst the top ten most expensive countries in the world when it comes to wireless price rankings within the OECD.

And yes many of us today continue to pay and unknowingly opt-in for incompatible plans. But, in today’s information-rich world, there’s no reason why one should settle for less.

Now as a way to help you get the best possible wireless experience in your “next round,” we have taken the time to share an interesting infographic by Sphere, an illustration that showcases the ultimate guide to cell phone plans in Canada.

Take a gander and let us know what you think below.

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Source: Sphere

 
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[Leaked] New leaked iPhone 7 images surface the internet

[Leaked] New leaked iPhone 7 images surface the internet

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France-based tech editor Steve Hemmerstoffer a.k.a. @stagueve on Twitter is known for leaking insider tech secrets. Today he lives up to his reputation and tweets out the latest iPhone 7 leak, capturing leaked images of the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 7 ‘Pro.’

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iPhone leaks happen more frequently towards launch date. The leaked iPhone 7 images shown in Steve Hemmerstoffer’s post are most likely from China, leaked devices often find their way into the hands of overseas iPhone accessory makers and distributors.

What’s a bit off in the release is his one shot of the iPhone 7 and the S branding on its back. The upcoming iPhone isn’t supposed to be an S model as Apple typically introduces S updates every second year. However, there are also other reports released earlier this year online suggesting a new strategy.

Apple is expected to drop the iPhone 7 on the third week of September at Apple’s annual event.

 

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[Infographic] 33 must-know facts about women in tech

[Infographic] 33 must-know facts about women in tech

Women in tech are outpacing men in hires within reputable tech companies like Apple, Google and eBay to just to name a few, by a whopping 238%.

One of the top richest self-made women in tech according to Forbes is Canadian Meg Whitman, CEO of HP, who is valued at a net worth of an estimated $2.2-billion.

Indeed, women are rising in the tech industry, blooming from the coasts of Canada to the coasts of Singapore and the infographic below highlights 33 facts that prove it, accentuating the undeniable progress women have made in the tech industry.

Take a look below and let us know what you think.

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BlackBerry releases new PRIV ad for new Manhattan pop-up shop

BlackBerry releases new PRIV ad for new Manhattan pop-up shop

In time when security breaches are commonplace the demand for both local and international data security are at an all-time high.

BlackBerry, a company internationally known for having the best-in-class defences from hackers recently released their latest ad campaign for their new pop-up shop in New York City.

The 30-second spot focuses on the BlackBerry PRIV features, it running Android, its trademark encryption technology protecting users from hackers at all times and also its arguably best-in-class hands-on-keyboard.

The BlackBerry pop-up shop is located at Brookfield Place at 230 Vesey Street and will stock devices PRIV, Passport, Passport Silver Edition, Classic, and Leap.

Store hours are from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday – Saturday and 12 p. m. – 6 p. m. on Sunday.

For more information visit the official BlackBerry website.

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Canada’s creative tech ecosystem illustrated into one minimalist periodic table

Canada’s creative tech ecosystem illustrated into one minimalist periodic table

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With Canada being home to reputable tech brands like BlackBerry, Shopify, Unbounce and Hootsuite and playing host to leading household tech companies like IBM, Google, Facebook and Twitter (all who have offices in Toronto), it’s obvious the Canadian tech sector is by no means a frozen wasteland.

In CBRE’s annual report, Toronto ranks 12th and Vancouver ranks 20th as top tech cities between the US and Canada and globally Canada ranks 4th in tech exits.

Our talented human resources mirrors our abundant homeland and as a way to showcase Canada’s beautiful pastures of talent, the good folks at CB Insights have taken the liberty to share an original illustration with us, showcasing Canada’s budding tech startup ecosystem as a periodic table.

CB Insights’ periodic table of tech in Canada highlights over 120+ tech companies “that have shaped Canadian tech” featuring elements ranging from VCs like BDC Capital and OMERS Ventures to incubators like FounderFuel to Corporate VC Firms like Intel Capital and Salesforce Ventures and more.

Did YOUR favourite brand make the cut?

Take a gander and let us know what you think in our comments section.

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