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Google Play for Education program comes to Canada

Google has yet to launch Chrome for Work but the Internet giant has done a lot for education already. There's the Drive for Education made free for students and educators October last year. Even before school started in September, Google Play for Education has added support for tablet sharing between five students. Soon after, it became official on Chromebooks. Google values education. It's not just about work, entertainment, or games. After it went live in 2013, the Google Play for Education program has been helping a lot of people, mostly the education sector not only in the United States but especially in other developing countries.

McDonalds tries to stem rise of french fries theft with new app feature

This has probably happened to you once or twice (or more if you have greedy friends). You're sitting there, just enjoying your good ole french fries from McDonalds, when suddenly, from the corner of your eye, you see a hand reaching for your fries, and you are powerless to stop them. Well, if you live in Canada, the fastfood chain is giving you back the power to stop fry crimes or "frimes" with a new feature in their app: the Fry Defender.

Spotify now available in Canada

Canadians don't need to envy most of the world now, at least when it comes to enjoying one of the biggest music streaming services currently on the market. Spotify has now finally been made available in the North American country, although we still don't know why it's taken them this long and why other countries were chosen first over the US' nearest neighbour.

Wind Mobile takes a page from T-Mobile’s book, offers free roaming in the US

Much of Canada lives near the border to the United States, and venturing into the neighbor to the south can be particularly frustrating when considering the communication hurdles. Facing roaming fees for mobile usage is a head sratcher for all involved. T-Mobile recently took care of the frustration for US customers, but that didn’t help Canada. Wind Mobile, however, is doing their part.

AT&T announces LTE roaming deal with Rogers in Canada

AT&T has announced a new roaming partnership that should be of benefit for those visiting Canada. The agreement means AT&T users will have access to LTE by way of the Rogers network. But before anyone crosses the boarder looking for LTE coverage, you will need to have the Data Global Add-On package for your account.

Moto G North American availability begins today in Canada

We were expecting the Moto G to arrive with several Canadian carriers and as of today, that has happened. The Moto G has arrived in Canada by way of Telus and Koodo Mobile, both of whom have the handset with the expected low price point. The handset can be picked up for $200 without any long term agreement necessary.
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