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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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Police look to unlock smartphone using 3D-printed fingerprints

A police force is asking researchers to help unlock a phone using 3D-printed replicas of its owner's fingerprints.

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Apple top's FutureBrand's list of world's 100 favorite companies

Apple has topped FutureBrand's survey list of the world's 100 favorite companies.

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Apple Music FAQ: Everything you need to know

A new update is coming to Apple Music this fall. What's currently available, and what's coming with iOS 10 and macOS Sierra? Here's what you need to know.

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Apple planning its first retail store in Taiwan

Apple is planning to open its first retail store in Taiwan, and is looking to hire retail staff and other personnel.

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Razer's new location-based platform lets you chat with other Pokémon Go trainers

There's no chat system in Pokémon Go and while many would consider that a blessing, there are times when you simply wish to see who's out and about to pool resources or to inform others of a rare find nearby. Cue Razer.

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AT&T reports Q2 2016 earnings with $40.5 billion in revenue, 2.1 million wireless net adds

AT&T has reported its earnings for the second quarter of 2016, noting a solid bump in both consolidated revenues and wireless net adds over the same period a year ago.

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Don't miss the special Mr. Robot VR experience before it disappears for a week

The Mr. Robot creative team has partnered with Within to offer a unique VR experience based on the show.

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Apple to open its first retail store in Brooklyn on July 30

Apple has announced that the grand opening for its first Brooklyn store will kick off on July 30.

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Edward Snowden's iPhone accessory could warn you of wireless snooping

Edward Snowden and Andrew Huang have designed an iPhone accessory meant to keep the government or other third parties from spying on your phone wirelessly.

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