T-Mobile drops international charges

The carrier takes the pain out of using a phone in another country, Google's Android 4.4 update may launch soon, and Fitbit's new Force wristband tells time.

CNET Update is free to roam:

Play

In this episode of Update:

- Get the breakdown of T-Mobile's international fee changes , which take the headache out of using a phone overseas. The carrier is hoping to lure travelers and businesses with this aggressive move.

- Speculate on the arrival of Android 4.4 KitKat and the Nexus 5 , which may be shown off Tuesday -- possibly the same day the HTC One Max is unveiled in Asia .

- Check out the review of the Fitbit Force , a new wristband with a screen that shows the time and daily fitness progress.

Subscribe:

iTunes (HD)iTunes (SD)iTunes (HQ)

RSS (HD)RSS (SD)RSS (HQ)

 

Discuss T-Mobile drops international charges

Conversation powered by Livefyre

Don't Miss
Hot Products
Trending on CNET

Home Basics 101

Know how to pick light bulbs?

From how much they cost to what kind of bulbs you'll need, here’s everything you should know.