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LG G4 is available today from TELUS for $200 on a 2-year term, $700 outright

The sleek new LG G4 is now available to TELUS customers starting at $200 on a 2-year term or $700 outright. Users looking to get the most out of their new device can gear up with the latest accessories or talk to our Learning Centre Specialists to pick up a few tips and tricks.

The LG G4 features artisan-like build quality perfectly pairs leather and metallic designs, a 6MP rear facing camera has been completely revamped and includes an image sensor 40 per cent larger than the LG G3 a wide aperture of f/1.87 for unprecedented detail. Check out our review of the LG G4 here.


QuickCharge 2.0 enabled Power Banks speed up charging on-the-go

One of the best innovations coming to smartphones this past year is the ability to quickly charge devices thanks to Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 ports (that charges 75% compatible devices times faster). 

The Choetec 2-Port USB Power Bank External Battery is a compact and portable power-bank with a power capacity of 15600mAH, which is higher than most of the existing such products in the market, allowing users to charge devices at least 4 times in one go. Using Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 technology, the power-bank can be fully charged in 7 hours. 

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Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 available in Canada on June 30 from Bell, TELUS and Videotron

Looking for a lower cost Android flagship? The Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 might be the one for you if you're keen on Bell, TELUS or Videotron. We reviewed this phone and found it to,  "look and feels like an Android flagship device that’s comparable to more expensive 5.5-inch Android devices." Read our full review here.

While specific pricing hasn't been announced, Idol 3 users can look forward to  clutter free user interface, full access to Android Lollipop apps and features, a great camera, processor and dual speakers, as well as the 1080p HD display will meet and even surpass expectations of users looking for an unlocked and LTE-capable Android phone.

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The Apple Beat: An Overview of Apple Music 

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What a lot of people tend to overlook is that because of iTunes, Apple is actually the number one music retailer in the world. The service celebrated selling 25 billion songs back in 2013, and it took over a decade to build that business which now is expanding to Apple Music.

Apple’s big announcement at this year’s World Wide Developer’s Conference was its new music service aptly titled Apple Music. 

The company that invented iTunes as well as revolutionized buying songs and albums digitally and which really started the iPod revolution a decade ago, had to react to the sudden shift of users buying music to using streaming services like Pandora (not in Canada), Spotify, RDIO, Google Play Music and various others. Here's what you need to know about Apple Music.

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Netflix website getting a major visual overhaul for US and Canada

If you access your Netflix subscription from your browser, expect to see some changes and improvements comign to the straming subscription service. This is the biggest change to the Netflix wesbite in four years. "It’s an experience that has been built from the ground up to make it faster and easier to discover something great to watch for our millions of members around the world," Netflx explains.

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