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The Moto E4 is now available in Canada

Motorola’s latest budget phone, the E4 is now available in Canada.The Moto E4 brings “style, elegant design, and top-notch specs at an exceptional value.” The E4 is available from Freedom Mobile for $200 CAD and comes with support for Freedom’s Band 66 LTE network. The phone will only be available in one colour option, Licorice Black.The E4 has a 5-inch 720p display and is being powered by the Snapdragon 425 processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot. The main camera is 8-megapixels while the front camera is 5-megapixels.The battery is 2,800 mAh and is removable and the device is running Android 7.1.1 with Moto’s software tweaks. The E4’s body is water-repellent and there is a fingerprint sensor on the front.The device will also be available for purchase outright at various retailers, for $249 CAD.


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Anker is serious about audio with the Zolo Liberty+ wireless earbuds

Headphone jacks have been a big part of smartphones since the beginning. But as more device manufacturers decide to get rid of the headphone jack, their users are going to have to rely on a pair of Bluetooth headphones or earphones.And ever since Apple introduced the AirPods last year, you’re going to be seeing a lot more wireless earphones like Anker’s new Zolo brand name and product line. The first product under the new brand is the Zolo Liberty+ wireless earbuds and even though the Kickstarter for the product just launched a few days ago, they’ve already blown past their goal of $50,000 around 12 times.The biggest claim to fame that Zolo is making is their “breathtaking audio fidelity” which uses a lab-created material called Graphene that is 100 times stronger than steel. The Graphene is used to create a dynamic driver to help create “an astonishing improvement in sound quality.”Zolo also says their Liberty+ earbuds have a “virtually unbreakable” Bluetooth connection, which uses a…

Netflix launches new interactive kids shows

Netflix has announced the first (of possibly many) shows with interactive elements. Viewers are able to decide what happens in the show they’re watching. Netflix is debuting these new interactive elements to a few new children series, Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale, which is available now and Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile, which will debut on July 14th. The third series with the new “branching narratives”, called Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout will arrive in 2018.Netflix has teamed up with DreamWorks Animation Television, American Greetings Entertainment, and Stoopid Buddy Stoodios to help make the new series with their branching narratives.The company also says that they’ve done extensive research and have collected a lot of data by talking to parent and kids to help them better understand if people will be interested in this sort of thing.Netflix says that Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale, has 13 breaks to offer viewers a choice and there are two different endings.…

OnePlus 5: Everything you need to know

OnePlus has officially unveiled their latest flagship smartphone with the OnePlus 5.The OnePlus 5 is being powered the Snapdragon 835 processor (clocked at up to 2.45GHz) with either 6 or 8GB of RAM. It has a 5.5-inch 1080p display (with a 16:9 aspect ratio) and while 1080p may help with battery life, it would have been nice to have a high-res screen.The OnePlus 5 has a smooth, rounded design that is also slimmer than previous models. One feature that OnePlus didn’t add was waterproofing.Below the screen is the fingerprint sensor which OnePlus only takes about 0.2s to unlock the device. The battery is 3,300 mAh with OnePlus’ Dash Charge which charges your device within half an hour. And yes, OnePlus has kept the 3.5mm headphone jack on the OnePlus 5.The OnePlus 5 also has support for 34 network bands, so you’ll be able to easily use your phone around the globe. In Canada, the phone is compatible with Rogers, Fido, Bell, Virgin Mobile, Telus, Koodo, Videotron and Freedom Mobile (includ…