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It seems that Boost Mobile, a subsidiary of Sprint, is also joining in on the fun.
The folks behind Android recently revealed that users can expect new things from Google's Android Wear smartwatch platform in the foreseeable future.
On the eve of Sony's scheduled press conference event in the 2014 Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) trade show in Berlin, it appears that things are getting a bit clearer, in terms of which gadgets are to be officially introduced by the Japan-based company.
Nokia announced last Friday that the Finnish mobile manufacturing company has teamed up with Samsung in order to bring its Here app to Android-run Galaxy smartphones and to Samsung's Tizen-based smartwatches.
In January of this year, AT&T ran a promo that gives customers a $100.00 bill credit for every new line of service that they activated through AT&T Next. The special offer ran until the end of March this year.But now, the carrier is announcing its plans to reinstate the promo.
Starting today, Sprint subscribers can now get hold of the HTC One (E8) smartphone. Through its newsroom page, the carrier announced that customers can buy the device online via the Sprint Web Sales website or through telesales.
It seems that fans of the iWatch will have to wait a little while before they can get their hands on the highly-anticipated Apple wearable device.