Android 4.3, an even sweeter Jelly Bean, is available now on Nexus phones and tablets.
Restricted profiles limit access to apps and content, at home with your family and at work. Bluetooth Smart support makes Android ready for a whole new class of mobile apps that connect to fitness sensors. Games look great thanks to the 3D realistic, high performance graphics powered by OpenGL ES 3.0.
And there's a lot more new in this release. Read more here.
"World TV Day underlines the importance of television in informing, enlightening and entertaining Canadians, and just how quickly the sector is transforming. With our focus on delivering new choices to consumers and enhancing competition in the Canadian TV sector, Bell is ready for the new world of television," said Kevin Crull, President of Bell Media. "The federal government is committed to more choice and flexibility for Canadian consumers. We look forward to working closely with the federal government, the CRTC, content creators and other industry stakeholders to ensure we give consumers the content options and programming packaging flexibility they want as new technology, investment and competition means more choice than ever before."
Competing against a number of high-profile Canadian and international corporations, BCE was recognized for best overall governance, compliance and ethics in board structure, shareholder communications, regulatory filing and other governance operations. Other companies recognized for governance leadership by Corporate Secretary include General Electric, H&R Block, Johnson & Johnson, and PepsiCo.
"With the proposed changes to the Criminal Code announced today, the government is sending a strong message that cyberbullying must stop," said George Cope, President and CEO of Bell Canada and BCE Inc. "Bell applauds Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Justice Minister Peter MacKay, and Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Steven Blaney for taking this important step forward."
"Bell has a long and proud tradition of support for Canada's military men and women. With many Veterans already working at Bell, we know firsthand that they bring skills, focus and discipline to the table," said George Cope, President and CEO of Bell Canada and BCE Inc. "We're pleased to join with Minister Fantino and Veterans Affairs Canada in assisting those who have so proudly served Canada."
"I applaud Bell Canada for recognizing the value of giving priority to Canada's Veterans when they are hiring new employees," said the Honourable Julian Fantino, Minister of Veterans Affairs. "By joining our Hire a Veteran initiative, they are affirming what we already know—Canada's men and women in uniform are well-trained and accomplished individuals with the skills and experience to be a real asset to any organization."
You can donate to the Red Cross by texting REDCROSS or ROUGE to 30333
MONTREAL, Nov. 11, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Bell today announceda donation of $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross as part of a relief effort to help those in the Philippines impacted by Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms ever recorded.
Bell applauds the federal government for matching donations by individual Canadians to registered Canadian charities supporting relief efforts in the region. Note that all mobile phone users can donate $5 to the Red Cross in support of Typhoon Haiyan relief simply by texting REDCROSS or ROUGE to 30333.
Accelerating and enhancing your organization's online performance is critical – especially when a three-second delay is all it takes for people to start clicking away from your website.
The Content Delivery Network (CDN) service from CellCom Communications/ Bell seamlessly delivers your website or bandwidth-intensive multimedia content with the speed and reliability you need to ensure an exceptional user experience.