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Moscow, Russia-based Yota Devices impressed show-goers at CTIA 2013 with its new Ruby, an LTE mobile hotspot with a sleek and thin design, and a tiny e-ink screen on the front that shows its status.
A group of ex-Nokia employees in Finland hope to take a bite out of the growing smartphone pie by releasing a smartphone called Jolla, which will run on the new Linux-based Sailfish operating system.
Building on the Smart Wi-Fi the company revealed at Mobile World Congress in February, Nokia Siemens Networks revealed some new developments to the system that allows for seamless traffic steering between cellular and Wi-Fi networks.
Portable audio and Bluetooth company SuperTooth confirmed a new partnership with VOXX Accessories Corp. at CIA that will see the pair develop a co-branded line of portable audio accessories under the Acoustic Research brand.
M-Edge is one of many accessory companies showing off its wares at CTIA 2013, currently taking place in Las Vegas, NV. The company has introduced five new cases to its Fall/Winter line, ranging from a simple snap case, to a dual-layer case that offers added protection.
Ahead of a live performance by The Killers, Nokia set up shop at Toronto's Air Canada Centre to officially announce the north-of-the-border arrival of free music streaming service, Nokia Music.
The rumours have officially been confirmed: Telus has entered into an agreement to acquire Mobilicity for $380 million, potentially beginning the reversal of years of what the industry thought was progress in fostering new competition in the Canadian wireless landscape.
Watch out WhatsApp: BlackBerry is making some major moves in the instant messaging realm, confirming that its popular BlackBerry Messenger service, which many argue is the best in the biz, will be made available to iOS and Android devices.
Wilson Electronics is adding a pair of new cellular signal boosters to its line for the Canadian market, both of which can enhance 4G, 3G, 2G and other legacy signals on Canadian wireless networks.
Research firm Gartner has stated that Samsung Electronics Co. sold the most mobile phones to end users globally than any other manufacturer in Q1 2013.