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Google TV comes to Canada via Sony Internet Player for $200

Sony Canada just announced availability and pricing of the NSZ-GS7, Sony Internet Player with Google TV, originally introduced in January at CES 2012.  This is the long awaited  Google TV device, the Sony Internet Player will be available at retailers nationwide in August 2012, priced at $199.99. Pre-orders begin on June 27, 2012 at Sony’s website at . This marks Google TV's official entrance in the Canadian market even if the service has been around since 2012. Hit jump for all the details of the Sony Internet Player.


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Toshiba reveals new Android tablet lineup, tips the scales with 13-inch model


Toshiba Canada just announced its line of Excite Android tablet lineup comprised of 13.3-inch, 10.1-inch and 7.7-inch tablets running similar hardware. Starting at $500 for the 7.7-inch and up to $750 for the 64GB 13.3-inch megalodon-sized tablet, gives users quite a range to choose from depending on their needs and their budget.

Toshiba is clearly trying to cater to the ultra-mobile user with the 7.7-inch model, business and consumers with the 10.1-inch and the home entertainment segment with the new 2.2 pound 13-inch tablet which is being pitched as a second TV. Stay tuned for our hands on videos on these three Android devices from Toshiba.

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Apple opens first Retail Store in London, Ontario

Apple opened its 23rd Canadian Retail Store in Masonville Place Mall in London, Ontario. The tenth Apple Store to open in Ontario is London's first and its grand opening on Saturday was attended by 300 people. Reports from the London Free Press said that, "some travelling from as far as Port Huron, Michigan, were waiting in line, wrapped around the second floor of the mall before the store opened at 10 am.

Source: MacDailyNews

            London Free Press


Apple's MobileMe service goes offline on June 30

So, if you still haven't backed up, copied or downloaded all your photos, files, documents and websites on your MobileMe account, now might be a good time to do so. We're days away from MobileMe's closure so while it is easy to move accounts to iCloud, it will not be possible to access old files stored in MobileMe's servers. Here's how to deal with this.