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Rogers unveils Novatel Wireless 2372 Rocket Mobile Hotspot

03/31/2010, Rogers has finally followed Bell in their footsteps, releasing a MiFi device known as the Rocket Mobile Hotspot which will hook up to Rogers’ 3G network while functioning as a portable hotspot that can cater for up to 5 different users, regardless...

Samsung Corby Pro B5310 to arrive at Rogers

03/15/2010, Folks living in Canada will be able to get hold of the Samsung Corby Pro B5310 from Rogers as soon as this week, if some sources are spot on the money. This handset will target “teens looking for a touchscreen device that looks good and allows them...

Rogers to offer Samsung Galaxy Spica

03/03/2010, Rogers is all set to roll out yet another Android-powered device to our friends living in the Great White North in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Spica. This news comes about as dummy phones of the said handset has already arrived at retail locations,...

Fix For Rogers Dream And Magic Now Available

01/24/2010, Folks who own a Dream or Magic will probably already know that there have been some problems with the devices recently, and as such, GPS had to be disabled on those phones. Fortunately HTC has come up with the necessary fixes for those phones, and the...

HTC Dream And Magic From Rogers Wont Be Getting Donut Update

12/20/2009, If you own an HTC Dream or Magic from Rogers Wireless, you might be more than a little disappointed if you were planning on upgrading your phone to Android 1.6, you’re going to have to find a non-official way to do it, as HTC has stated that it will...

Rogers Rocket Hub is HSPA+ capable

10/02/2009, The Rocket Hub from Rogers is HSPA+ capable, and while it might seem more suitable for home use, it will be highly portable in nature (just look at it – small enough to stuff into your briefcase on your travels) and would make for a suitable...

Rogers Unveils Sony Ericsson MD400g

07/27/2009, Rogers is back with yet another device for those who want to remain connected at all times without having to look out for Wi-Fi signs, thanks to the Sony Ericsson MD400g which will come in a variety of plans. You can pick it up for nothing if you decide...