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25.10.2014

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SyrupCast 18: That’ll cost extra MP3

This week, Jane, Daniel and Douglas chat about the growing market for wearables, and whether companies like Pebble, Fitbit and Jawbone have a place in the hardware space. In the meantime, Android Wear has been updated to support GPS and music playback, making it much more usable on its own — a trend, perhaps? There’s also talk about Bell’s complaint to the CRTC about Rogers’ NHL GamePlus exclusivity, which R... Source: mobilesyrup.com

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