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SwiftKey is 'working quickly' to address bug that causes predictions to show for the wrong account

The mobile keyboard app company SwiftKey says that it is "working quickly" to fix an issue that was causing some users to see phones numbers and email addresses from strangers.

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Square Enix launches its Apple Watch-exclusive RPG Cosmos Rings

Final Fantasy publisher Square Enix has launched its Apple Watch-exclusive RPG Cosmos Rings in the App Store for the price of $5.99.

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Hearthstone players can party hard on Aug. 11 with One Night in Karazhan expansion

Blizzard has announced the next single-player expansion for its collectible card game Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. One Night in Karazhan, where players get invited to a big party, will be released on August 11.

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Phil Schiller joins board of directors for DNA sequencing company Illumina

Phil Schiller, Apple's SVP of worldwide marketing has joined the board of directors for the DNA sequencing company Illumina.

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Revamped Yahoo Messenger desktop app reminds us it still exists

Yahoo has revamped its desktop Messenger app for Windows and Mac platforms, adding features such as "liking" posts and support for GIF images.

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HERE Maps rebrands to HERE WeGo, adds new features

HERE Maps, the mobile mapping app that was sold by Nokia to a group of car companies, has released a major update. It also includes a name change to HERE WeGo.

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Google Maps rolls out a cleaner look and adds areas of interest

Google Maps is getting a makeover in an update that's currently rolling out. It will offer a cleaner look to the maps themselves while also adding new "areas of interest"

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Sprint reports higher post-paid subscriber additions but still hit with net loss

Sprint has reported its latest financial numbers for the first quarter of fiscal year 2016. While the wireless carrier stated it had the highest post-paid subscriber additions for the quarter in nine years, it still had a net loss of $302 million.

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Netflix to stream Mystery Science Theater 3000 reboot in U.S. and other countries

Netflix has announced it has bought the rights to stream the upcoming reboot of Mystery Science Theater 3000 in the U.S., Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

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Microsoft's OneDrive adds Pokémon Go image detector as part of latest update

Microsoft is rolling out new updates to its OneDrive image and file storage service. It includes a way for people to quickly identify and find any images taken from the Pokémon Go game.

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Twitter adds Canada's first custom emoji to celebrate TD Bank's LGBT commitment

Twitter is helping TD Bank in Canada to launch the country's first custom emoji. The #ForeverProud circle was created to show TD's support for the LGBT community.

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Apple Watch-exclusive RPG Cosmos Rings announced from Square Enix

Square Enix has announced plans to release a fantasy RPG exclusively for the Apple Watch. The game, called Cosmos Rings, is due for launch later this summer.

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Facebook Messenger exceeds 1 billion monthly active users worldwide

Facebook has revealed that its Messenger service now has over 1 billion monthly active users worldwide.

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Snapchat adds support for adding Bitmoji in chat or photos

Snapchat has announced a new partnership with Bitmoji that will allow users of the personalized emoji to use them in chats or images in Snapchat.

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Microsoft rolling out long-awaited Groove Music update for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft is rolling out an update for its Groove Music app for the iPhone and iPad. It's the first such update for the streaming music app since September 2015.

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tvOS 9.2.2 is now available for all Apple TV owners

Apple has released tvOS 9.2.2 to all owners of its fourth-generation Apple TV set-top box.

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Glaxo becomes first drugmaker to use Apple's ResearchKit

The drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline has become the first such company to use Apple’s ResearchKit. Glaxo is using it to help conduct a rheumatoid arthritis study.

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Pokémon Go launch in France delayed due to Nice attack

Niantic has confirmed that its augmented reality game Pokémon Go will have its launch in France delayed out of respect to the victims of the attack in its city in Nice last week.

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Pokemon GO has begun its worldwide rollout [Update: It's available in the U.S.]

Pokemon GO, the augmented reality mobile game based on the popular card and video game series, has started its worldwide rollout in the iOS App Store.

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Verizon ups prices and data on monthly plans, introduces Carryover Data and more

Verizon has announced a number of new features and services for its customers, starting on July 7. They include new monthly plans with more data at higher prices, along with "Carryover Data", which will allow customers to take any unused data from the previous month and move it to the next month.

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