Category: Carriers

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Moto 360 rumoured to have Moto Maker customization at launch

Motorola’s Moto 360 will be available sometime later this summer. This Android Wear-powered smartwatch was shown off at Google I/O last week and its circular design makes it one of the nicest on the block. Missing from the excitement are the official specs. Motorola is holding back on providing any details until they launch it

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Hexoskin Launches App for Android-Powered Smartwatches

We are seeing a lot of synergies with fitness wearables and smartwatches lately. Misfit Wearables recently launched a Pebble app for its activity tracker, the Misfit Shine and recently Hexoskin, a leader in biometric clothing, announced its new Android app will work on Android-powered smartwatches. Hexoskin’s biometric shirt measures heart rate, breathing, activity and sleep.

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Bell to start charging a $4.95 SIM card fee on July 3rd

Many Canadian carriers charge customers a fee for a SIM card when signing up a new activation, while many others don’t. For example, TELUS started to charge customers $10 for a SIM back in October 2012, and WIND Mobile has priced them at $25 (if you bring your own device). Effective July 3rd, Bell will

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Hands-on with Glance, the accessory that makes your dumb watch smart (Video)

Glance, the little wearable developed by Toronto’s Kiwi Wearables, has the ability to turn your standard “dumbwatch” into a smartwatch. The company designed an accessory that tucks under your watch strap to preform various functions, such as receive notifications (texts, emails, social messages), count steps, turn on your TV, play music, and even use during

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New BlackBerry Blend video emerges

Cross-device service integration – the ability to switch seamlessly between your wearable, your mobile, and your desktop – is the next big step in tech, and both Apple and Google have announced steps towards this at their respective developer conferences. BlackBerry users have long-requested desktop operability for the company’s core services, and it looks as

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