Last fall, Rogers was first to introduce you to the LTE enabled Samsung Galaxy SII, arguably one of the most sought after devices of the season. Now the tradition continues with the upcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy SIII.
With its 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display and 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, fans of the SII will not be disappointed with these new advancements! India was one of the first countries lucky to get the device before North America – check out what they had to say in The Times of India about its top 5 features, and why this phone is expected to capture 60% of their smartphone market.
For more on some of the exciting new features, check out our latest Redboard post and be sure to reserve yours today on the Rogers Reservation System here! More details on preorder to come. Stay tuned!
Citytv unveils fall lineup
Even though summer is just beginning, we were so excited about the new Citytv fall TV schedule we couldn’t wait to share it! Among the announcements this week, Citytv revealed Tyler Harcott as the host of The Bachelor Canada, following former CFL star Brad Smith looking for love amongst 25 Canadian bachelorette hopefuls. Citytv also added two original comedies, Package Deal and Seed to the mid-season lineup, along with dramas Revolution, 666 Park Avenue, Hannibal, and The Carrie Diaries. Full summaries for all the new shows are available on the Citytv website.
Returning favourites will include the mysterious Revenge and Person of Interest, though comedy will continue to reign supreme with the renewal of New Girl, 2 Broke Girls, and Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23. For a complete listing of the exciting new fall lineup, see the official press release here!
5 ways mobile tech can improve your health
Based on our most recent Innovation Report, we already knew that 51% of Canadians in technology say using tech to track vitals will help them make better health decisions, and that 57% want an online diagnosis from their doctor. This made it no surprise when Mashable decided to highlight the emerging importance of apps to the medical industry in a recent article.
What did they uncover? 13,000 consumer health apps will be available for download on the iPhone this summer! And just how many physicians are treating patients using smartphones and tablets? A surprising 30%!
Read the full article here and tell us how you see apps shaping health decisions in the comments below.
Kelly is a regular contributor to RedBoard