It is safe to say that many of us make resolutions at the start of the year where we promise ourselves and each other that joining a gym and getting into shape would be one of the goals for the year. It is also safe to say that there are a good many people who after a few weeks eventually give up, or worse, have yet to even start.
Well it seems that if you were to get your hands on the Microsoft Band fitness tracker, you might not have an excuse not to gym. Franchised gym Gold’s Gym has recently announced that customers who purchase the Microsoft Band will be eligible for a two-week trial membership at any of their gym locations. of course given that the Microsoft Band is only available in the US, your membership will be limited to US outlets. Read full post →Gold’s Gym Offers Fitness Plans, Free 2 Week Trial For Microsoft Band Users
If there is a reason why many are against the CurrentC mobile payment system proposed by the MCX group is not only are they disallowing the use of other mobile payments offered by other parties, but it is also a slightly convoluted system which seems anything but efficient. However if there is one thing it has done, it would be to bring iOS and Android fans together to rally against the system.
Well as it turns out, it looks like CurrentC could have made themselves more enemies in the form of Windows Phone and BlackBerry users. It seems that if you’re a Windows Phone or a BlackBerry user and you were thinking of checking out the service when it launches next year, well you’d be out of luck. Read full post →MCX’s CurrentC Will Not Support Windows Phone Or BlackBerry