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.

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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.


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