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Latest Tesla software update will let you control the vehicle with your iPhone

Tesla are the premium electric auto mobiles available for those who not only wish to save some money on purchasing fuel, but also to have the latest toys available. The software running the Tesla vehicles is set to be upgraded to version 6.0, which will bring numerous features, including the ability to control the Tesla with nothing more than an iPhone.

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SoundCloud starts rolling out ads, brings revenue sharing model to artists

In a bid to increase revenue and offer content creators the ability to monetize, SoundCloud has announced that it will be bringing ads to the service. The move follows rumors from earlier this year which suggested that the music service was close to signing licensing deals with major record labels.

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EE extends 4G roaming to 14 new countries

EE has announced that it will be extending 4G roaming connectivity to 14 additional countries, following the rollout of the service to cover Spain and France earlier this year.

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Get £100 cashback on a new MacBook from Currys PCWorld

If you're shopping for a new Mac before heading back to school next month, UK retailer Currys PCWorld has a pretty decent deal going on for you. Until September 24 you can claim £100 cashback on the purchase of a laptop over £599 in value which of course includes the entire MacBook range.

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Dr. Dre enjoys cold shower after accepting Tim Cook's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Dr. Dre has joined the ranks of other Apple execs in dumping a bucket of ice water on their head to raise awareness for ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). Our own Rene Ritchie was quick to take up the challenge.

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Ryan Adams, The Script and more join this year's iTunes Festival line-up

Apple has confirmed a number of new acts for the 2014 iTunes Festival in London, which will take place next month. Artists already announced include the likes of Maroon 5 and Pharrel Williams who will now be joined by The Script, Ryan Adams and more.

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Sprint's reworked Framily plans bring more data for less through 2015

Sprint has announced its new Family Share Pack plans that replaces the company's Framily plans, and the new plans offer more data for less starting on August 22. According to the Now Network carrier, Sprint's plans will offer customers as much as twice the amount of data to comparable plans from rivals.

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Verizon is giving you an extra GB with a new data plan

Verizon has announced that they will be including an extra gigabyte of data to customers who sign up for a new data plan. According to Verizon, you'll need to upgrade your phone or activate a smartphone on a More Everything plan with at least 1GB of data to get these free bits and bytes. This is in addition to the recent announcement of new 2GB single-line plans for $60 monthly that we heard about last week.

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Flappy Bird creator releasing latest game, Swing Copters, this week

Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen will be releasing his latest game, Swing Copters, on the App Store this Thursday. Like Flappy Bird, Swing Copters has an 8-bit art style, and asks you to guide your character through obsticals to get through the levels. It also shares a similar addictive nature to Flappy Bird, according to Touch Arcade:

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Big Nerd Ranch hits the road this fall to teach iOS 8 and Swift

App development education group Big Nerd Ranch has announced a roadshow for Swift and iOS 8. Coming this fall, the eight-city show will offer advanced classes for both Swift and iOS 8 to experienced iOS developers. These will be one-day courses, and developers can sign up for either or both. They will run from 8AM to 5PM and cost $700. Both classes will go over the ins and outs of Apple's new software and programming language, for instance, detailing the differences in writing in Swift and Objective-C.

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