Pebble Time pre-orders will be a Best Buy exclusive in the US

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If you took part in the Pebble Time KickStarter campaign, then you’ve either received your smartwatch already or it’s busy winging its way to you. If you didn’t take part though, it isn’t long until you will be able to pre-order the Pebble Time on June 22nd. But, in a move that is sure to rile some folks, if you reside in the US, you will only be able to pre-order the Pebble Time from Best Buy.

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Huawei delays launch of its SmartWatch to September-October in China

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Huawei’s Watch was first unveiled at MWC back in March, and it is still one of the better-looking Android Wear devices around. There is no set shipping date for the Huawei Watch just yet, although it is available to pre-order in most countries. Not in China though, availability of the Huawei Watch has been delayed until at least September, although October hasn’t been ruled out if things don’t go to plan.

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U.K. carrier EE launches 4G enabled action cam

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Hoping to compete in the action camera space currently dominated by GoPro, U.K. wireless carrier EE announced today the launch of the 4GEE Action Cam, the world’s first action cam with 4G technology built-in. To capitalize on the built-in connectivity, EE has built-in support for live streaming of video being captured by the device using the skeegle platform. The 4GEE Action Cam is the first of several 4G devices EE plans to launch as part of a new EE Connected Strategy. Read more

Galaxy Note 5’s S Pen is rumoured to feature Auto-eject function

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Something that sets the Galaxy Note range apart from the Galaxy S series of handsets is the inclusion of the S Pen, Samsung’s take on the stylus. Every time a new Note handset is released, the S Pen receives a whole bunch of new features and functions, and it would seem that the upcoming Note 5 will be no different, with the latest rumour being that the S Pen will sport an Auto Eject ability. This rumour comes about thanks to the publication of a trademark application from Samsung by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

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