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All Articles by Daniel Bader

Comcast, 'the worst company in America', just launched cellular service

Comcast is launching cellular service through its Xfinity sub-brand in partnership with Verizon.

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Best transit apps for Canadians

Canada is a big place, with dozens of big cities interspersed from coast to coast. If you live in one of those cities, taking transit is one of the best and cheapest ways to get around. Here are the best transit apps for Canadians.

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The Galaxy S8 is here, and it's the iPhone 7's biggest competition

Samsung's latest phones are here. How does the Galaxy S8 series compare to the iPhone 7?

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T-Mobile is giving all of its customers a free year of baseball streaming

T-Mobile Tuesdays has something good for baseball fans starting April 4.

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How to make sure your phone works on a prepaid alternative carrier

There are dozens of prepaid and smaller alternative carriers in the U.S., and increasingly people are buying phones outright, or bringing them over from another carrier, to save some money.

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Get 20% off high-speed 4G data service! [Best deal for LTE]

iMore and Mint SIM have partnered to bring you an insanely good deal on high-speed 4G data in the United States.

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Fitbit's new Alta HR tracks heart rate and sleep for a week

There's a new Fitbit coming, and it's got a week's worth of battery life, a stylish look, and a heart rate monitor.

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What is an alternative mobile carrier?

Also known as MVNOs, alternative mobile carriers are often cheaper and just as reliable โ€” with fewer frills and headaches โ€” than the networks they rely on.

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AT&T decides to get competitive, expands unlimited plan to everyone

AT&T is matching its competitors by opening up unlimited data to everyone. Will it work?

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T-Mobile responds to Verizon's unlimited plan by rolling back its dumbest changes

T-Mobile has seen Verizon's unlimited and raised it unlimited and one.

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Apple Pay chief warns Australian banks to get behind mobile payments or risk losing customers

Apple Pay is big in Australia, even if some banks aren't willing to adopt it.

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Google takes on the Apple Watch with Android Wear 2.0 and two new LG watches

Android Wear 2.0 is now official, and it's clear Google is borrowing from multiple sources with their overhauled platform.

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FCC drops all inquiries into Binge On and other zero-rating programs

The FCC has dropped all inquiries into one of the most contested parts of net neutrality.

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Best Fitbit For Runners

All Fitbits track step count, but if you're a runner, you might need more detail than that. With variations between Fitbit models, it can be tough to figure out which is right one to go with. Here's some help!

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AT&T says goodbye to 2G, and to the OG iPhone ๐Ÿ‘‹

The original iPhone will no longer work in the U.S. after AT&T shuts down its 2G network.

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You can now print your own manicure with an iPhone

This nail printer could be the best, or worst, gift you can buy your manicure-addict friends!

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The Nurugo Micro microscope uses the iPhone camera to magnify 400x

See into your soul, or at least your skin, with the Nurugo Micro microscope for iPhone!

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LEGO Boost lets kids build their dream robot

LEGO Boost could change the way kids play.

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This connected hairbrush will get you brushing smarter, not harder

Kรฉrastase, L'Orรฉal, and Withings team up to create a smart hairbrush. But is it worth it?

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Best Fitbit

Fitbit has done a great job filling its line with excellent products at varying price points. But only one is the absolute best, and that's the new Fitbit Charge 2.

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