MobileSyrup.com

Canadian Mobile Phone News & Reviews - Cell phones and Accessories

Latest articles

Google Pixel XE live images spotted with hole-punch camera and dual-SIM

There are some leaks emerging surrounding an unheard-of smartphone, the Pixel XE. This surprise Pixel device has been spotted in two separate leaks that suggest someone already has their hands on an early version of this phone.   The first image regarding the Pixel XE was spotted by TomsHardware, showing the handset’s settings page. The page reveals...

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla moves the series forward while also holding it back

I’ve always had an interesting relationship with the Assassin’s Creed series. When a new game in the franchise is announced, I often get very excited, especially when the historical setting is particularly compelling to my taste. More often than not, this results in me being caught up in the pre-release hype, only to be ultimately disappointed when...

Walmart Canada now selling exclusive Nintendo Switch bundle

Walmart Canada now has an exclusive Nintendo Switch bundle for sale. The package includes a standard Switch console, a 12-month Nintendo Switch Online membership and a Switch carrying case. Overall, this offers $45 in savings — $25 on the Switch Online subscription and $20 on the case. Walmart Exclusive Alert We have an exclusive #NintendoSwitch...

Xbox Series X/S now available on Walmart Canada’s website [Now sold out]

Update 04/12/2020 at 12:07am ET: Well, that was fast — the consoles are already sold out. Walmart Canada is now selling the Xbox Series X and S exclusively on its website. The Xbox Series X costs $599 CAD and is available here. The Xbox Series S is priced at $379 and can be purchased here. This is a fair bit later in the day than Walmart’s originally...

Toronto residents can test out Google’s new Street View beta

Toronto residents with AR Core capable Android devices are being invited to help build out the ‘Street View’ feature in Google Maps. The new update to the Street View app adds a feature called the ‘connected photos tool’ that records a series of images and stitches them together as users walk or drive down roads and paths. This is basically Google...

Xbox Series X Game Review Roundup: Gears 5, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, NBA 2K21 and more

Given the compressed nature of the Xbox Series X’s review program, we unfortunately weren’t able to put together in-depth looks at every game releasing for Microsoft’s new video game console. Like our round-up of PlayStation 5 launch titles, we’ve decided to give a selection of the Xbox Series X’s launch lineup the same mini-review treatment. Along...

Rogers providing free phones and data plans to Indigenous women’s shelters

Rogers is providing free phones and data plans to women’s shelters dedicated to helping Indigenous women and children in remote areas. The national carrier has partnered with the National Aboriginal Circle Against Family Violence. This latest partnership is an extension of Rogers’ other collaboration with women’s shelters across the country. Rogers...

SyrupCast 228: M1 Macs and the Porsche Taycan

This week on the Syrupcast, Patrick and Brad are joined by Jon to talk about Apple’s new M1 Mac lineup. Before jumping into the MacBook news, Brad briefly goes over his initial impressions of driving around the all-electric Porsche Taycan. Once the team gets into the M1 MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro and Mac mini, Jon brings an interesting angle...

SaskTel launches $50 million Rural Fibre Initiative to connect 30,000 homes

SaskTel has launched a new $50 million Rural Fibre Initiative to bring service to 30,000 households over the next four years. The carrier says that it’s going to bring its ‘infiNET’ service to more than 20 rural Saskatchewan communities. The service is powered by its fibre-optics network and delivers speeds reaching up to 300Mbps. SaskTel says this...

SkipTheDishes reveals most popular dishes, cuisines across Canada in 2020

SkipTheDishes has revealed that the three most popular cuisines across Canada in 2020 are Chinese, Italian and American/ Canadian. The company has released its end of year report that looks at ordering trends across the country. It notes that Chinese dishes were most ordered in Sudbury, Ontario and Italian dishes were most ordered in Niagara Falls,...

Discover, share and read the best on the web

Subscribe to RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters! Get unfiltered news feeds or filter them to your liking.

Get Inoreader
Inoreader - Subscribe to RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters!