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Find out how to trim your own micro-SIM card for use in phones that require this new format.
Carrier has made it easier for AT&T iPhone 4 users to bring over their device to its wireless network. The offer comes at the same time AT&T is attempting to acquire T-Mobile.
Apple is working with carriers and standards groups to create a smaller version of the SIM card that could lead to slimmer devices, according to a Reuters report.
A German firm announces the first nano-SIM card for smartphones, which measures about 60 percent smaller than a regular SIM card.
Thanks to a small plastic adapter, iPhone owners can take their micro-SIM card and use it with another cell phone.
Got yourself an iPhone 4 and iPad? You'll need a SIM card -- but not just any SIM. Fortunately, transforming your standard SIM is a simple hack -- literally. Wielding scissors and SIMs, we show you how
Even when you've got your hands on your iPhone 4, you still needs a SIM -- but not just any SIM: you need a micro SIM. Read on for more SIMnanigans
A German outfit promises a tool to cut a standard SIM card into a micro-SIM
Apple has rained on our iPad parade by putting a smaller SIM card in the tablet PC, making it currently difficult to bring the US version to the UK
This Android-powered smartwatch is meant for exercise enthusiasts and sports a 1.63-inch OLED display and has built-in cellular connectivity.