I saw something cool on my Facebook feed tonight: Minimed Connect will be available in the US sometime in the Fall of 2015.
What is Minimed Connect? It's an uploader that sends pump and sensor info to a smartphone, which then reads it via the smartphone app and lets you view your pump info via phone. It doesn't allow you to control your pump, but it does let you set a "text message threshold" which will send out a text to friends/family/loved ones if your sensor glucose levels are too high or too low.
The uploader also sends your sensor data to your Carelink Personal account every 24 hours, so those reports will always be up-to-date in case you or your doctor want to log in and check out that info.
I feel like this will help out with the "pump alarms aren't loud enough" problem. It will definitely also be nice to have Carelink data updated automatically, rather than the current system that requires that the user manually upload their data (in my case, frantically the night before every endo appointment :P).
The article (and the ensuing comments) mention that the release is in the US only, and will cost around $200. They do not expect the device to be covered by any insurance carriers.
The comments also mention that they have no info about a Canadian release for now. I hope they provide an update about the Canadian release sometime soon!