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A Florida Target location is a little worse for wear today after 79-year-old Norma Joan Brennan crashed through the store while preparing for a driver's test.
Panasonic Canada says its CF-19 and CF-30 Toughbooks notebooks will be Canada's first "ruggedized" notebooks capable of accessing the enhanced speeds made possible by the Rev A upgrade to TELUS' wireless high speed EVDO network. TELUS' wireless high speed EVDO network Rev A upgrade, which offers typical upload speeds of 300 to 400 kbps with maximum possible upload speeds of 1.8 Mbps, averages seven times faster than the first evolution of EVDO service. EVDO Rev A also offers enhanced typical download speeds of approximately 450 to 800 kbps to a maximum possible speed of 3.1 Mbps. Both Panasonic notebooks use the dual-band Sierra Wireless MC5725 PCI Express Mini Card embedded module, which offers peak download data rates of 3.1Mbps and peak upload data rates of 1.8Mbps. The module provides a powerful, reliable, wireless engine that offers "always-on" data and messaging functionality.
Bell Mobility has enhanced its high-speed mobile data network to offer peak upload speeds of 1.8 Mbps, and peak download speeds of approximately 3.1 Mbps.
Telus will now offer faster speeds on its EVDO wireless network throughout more than 12 cities in Quebec, including Granby, Laval, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec City, Rimouski, Saguenay and Sherbrooke.
Telus Mobility has announced that it will be bringing smartphones from High Tech Computer Corp., (HTC) to Canada. HTC is a leading provider of Microsoft Windows Mobile-based smart devices, and has been designing and building smartphones for a number of international companies for the past 10 years.