Here are the top mobility articles we found this week.
- Why the iPhone is worse than a BlackBerry
- Bell expanding LTE coverage to 7 more locations including Montréal, Vancouver and Ottawa
- Bell Let’s Talk Day numbers: 78,520,284 calls, texts and retweets raised $3,926,014.20
- Telus flipping switch on LTE, network goes live February 10th
- RIM’s recent marketing blitz deemed a bust; BlackBerry 7 sales weakened in January
- Apple announcing iPad 3 first week of March? Anonymous sources think so
- Carriers hate the iPhone
- First Windows 8 ‘Consumer Preview’ preinstalled apps revealed
- Galaxy Nexus now available at Videotron
- The Best Super Bowl Ad
Suddenly it seemed like every other Giant pulled out an Apple iPhone to snap pictures of the moment. One after another after another.
- Rogers service gives Canadian users ‘One Number’ for communicating on mobile, PCs
- Halliburton dumping BlackBerry, switching to iOS
- RIM shows off new features for PlayBook 2.0 at DevCon — Engadget
One such morsel was a demonstration of new BlackBerry Bridge features. Now, swipes and touches from your BlackBerry handset get translated over to the Playbook, as well as keyboard input. This means you can use your phone much more like a controller, while taking advantage of the PlayBook’s generous display. The calendar also gets a healthy dose of social lubricant, showing you info about the people you’ll be meeting, and stressing how busy you are by visually emphasising dates when you are busier.
- Rogers says “Customers can truly say goodbye to those other cellphone providers”, rolls out new “Ultimate Unlimited Family Plans”
- HTC admits its bulky, quick-dying LTE phones kinda suck
- Samsung airs $10 million anti-iPhone ad during Super Bowl
- Hogwash: Top Mobile Designers Are Not Pushing Back Against HTML5
- Signs You May Be Working on a Fake Apple Project (Comic)
- Peek Kills Email-Centric Handsets
Peek Kills Email-Centric Handsets I’m actually surprised that they were still in business.