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Motiif “M” smart trench coat offers integrated 4G LTE and smartphone charger

Motiif “M” smart trench coat offers integrated 4G LTE and smartphone charger

Wearable technology is mostly limited to smartwatches and smart glasses, though other types have been -- and actively are -- being developed. A particularly unique type is clothing, of which we've seen samples in the past. The latest to surface is the "M" from Motiif, a so-called smart trench coat that features an integrated 4G LTE connection and a smartphone charger.

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T-Mobile Nexus 5 priced for release with still-pure Android

T-Mobile Nexus 5 priced for release with still-pure Android

This afternoon the folks at T-Mobile have made clear their intent to push forth their own unique - however that may be - Nexus 5 to the public. This version of the device should by all means be essentially identical to the version users will be able to purchase from Google Play online, but here T-Mobile USA aims to bring it with their own unique pricing plan. This device will appear in T-Mobile retail stores on the 20th of November.

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Verizon Ellipsis 7 official: low-end 7-inch tablet battle-ready

Verizon Ellipsis 7 official: low-end 7-inch tablet battle-ready

Today Verizon has made their Ellipsis brand official, starting with a compact tablet by the name of Ellipsis 7. This device works with a 7-inch display and Android inside, working with 4G LTE data and a front-facing camera for video chat. This is Verizon's first push into the tablet universe with their very own branded machine - every tablet carried by Verizon before now has been made by Apple, Samsung, LG, and the like.

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AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom arrives aside last year’s Camera

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom arrives aside last year’s Camera

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom is arriving on the 8th of November at AT&T, joining the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Camera from 2012 with 4G LTE. This device takes many of the newest Samsung Galaxy S 4 features and shrinks them down to a handheld size with a massive camera at its back, ready to take on the Samsung Galaxy Camera in a shoot-out for your pocket. Each has its own positive qualities - and they're definitely not completely evenly matched.

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Verizon Ellipsis 7 tablet first in line of “value category” products

Verizon Ellipsis 7 tablet first in line of “value category” products

This morning a note has been passed from the inner Verizon meetings sanctum which suggests that the Ellipsis 7 will be the first device in a range of products from the carrier. This device - titled Verizon Ellipsis 7 in full - will be the first in a line of Ellipsis products, Verizon describing this as "a value category" unique to the carrier. This device will work with a 7-inch display and a quad-core processor (likely MediaTek) alongside some version of Android - all the basics.

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Verizon Ellipsis device may share voice and data to everyone around you

Verizon Ellipsis device may share voice and data to everyone around you

There's a device in development here at the tail end of 2013 by the name of Ellipsis, and its early appearance in patent applications suggest that it'll aim to change the way users work with data. With the description as a "wireless telecommunications device featuring transmission of voice, data, image and video", Verizon's Ellipsis device will likely take a form not unlike that of a mobile data hotspot. This device, though, may be the physical embodiment of a shared data, voice, and text plan.

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Verizon HTC One Max release coming “this holiday season”

Verizon HTC One Max release coming “this holiday season”

There's little doubt now that Verizon is switching up the way it does business with HTC smartphones, bringing on the HTC One Max not long after the release of the original HTC One. While normally we'd see Verizon carrying a single HTC device of the same caliber, this time around the 4G LTE-toting mobile company is making with a double-down. Have a peek at SlashGear's HTC One Max review to see how very similar to the original HTC One this larger device really is.

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