Made from marine-grade stainless-steel and Corning Gorilla Glass, this smart watch can pair with either an Android smartphone or iPhone.
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T-Mobile USA has announced that it will supplement its iPhone 5 upfront pricing with a special trade-in offer from April 12. The offer allows customers to trade-in their iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S for a new iPhone 5.
Garmin has issued an updated version of its Garmin Pilot app for the iPad and iPhone that incorporates dynamic navigation maps. This enables track-up orientation, faster map rendering, higher resolution at tighter zoom levels and SafeTaxi integration on the moving map.
From April 12, T-Mobile has announced that qualifying customers can get an iPhone 5 for $99.99 down, plus monthly payments. T-Mobile is the only major U.S. wireless company to offer iPhone 5 with no annual service contract plus unlimited talk, text and Web on a 4G network.
Automatic (automatic.com) have introduced an iPhone app and a tiny piece of intelligent hardware called the Automatic Link that connects your iPhone to your car’s on board computer when you drive. It can help you save gas, drive safer and understand what’s happening under the hood.
Chariton Valley Wireless has announced that it will offer the iPhone 5 from Friday, March 15. Customers can pre-order from March 8.
Solavei, a low price contract-free mobile service provider, announced its latest nano SIM cards, compatible with the iPhone 5, which extends the company’s phone compatibility to most major smartphones – for $49 per month.
Tactio Health Group has launched TactioHealth v4.0, a weight-management app that can help consumers track and plan their weight loss program. It uses a model of human metabolism developed by researchers at the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Tactio’s app provides health guidance and blends data from physiological sensors to monitor weight loss, hypertension and fitness.
In response to popular demand, Google Maps has returned to the iPhone. The new Google Maps app is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch (4th gen) iOS 5.1 and higher.
The latest findings from market research firm ABI Research shows that Apple continues to lead the tablet market with 55% unit shipment share. However, tablets powered by the Android OS continue to eat away at Apple’s success.