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iPhone up in biggest European markets, China, and Australia

Apple's share of the global smartphone market increased during Q2 2015 in the five largest European countries, Great Britain, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. Key drivers were reliability, durability, and the quality of materials Apple uses in making the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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EE is recalling Power Bar portable chargers over fire risks from overheating

EE is recalling Power Bar portable chargers over a small number of incidents where the chargers have overheated. Fortunately, there's only one batch of chargers that are affected, E1-06.

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Dr. Dre's latest album to debut on Apple Music on August 6

Apple Music will be the first place you can check out Dr. Dre's latest album, Compton, when it airs on Beats 1 this Thursday, August 6 at 6pm PT.

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All four major U.S. carriers experiencing outages in the Southeast

All four major U.S. carriers appear to be experiencing a widespread service outage in the Southeastern portion of the country, with areas of Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Indiana effected.

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Apple Pay signs up 43 new U.S. banks and credit unions, brings its total to 421

More than 40 new banks have signed on to participate in Apple Pay, bringing the total number of institutions supporting the system to over 400.

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Taylor Swift reveals how her letter to Apple came about

Taylor Swift has opened up a little more about her letter to Apple, and how the quick, positive reaction of the company surprised her.

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Apple hangs up on rumors of a virtual network service

Apple has denied a recent report that claimed that the company was in negotiations to create a mobile virtual network operator service in the U.S. and Europe.

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Sprint starts drawing customers back, but makes a loss of $20 million

Sprint has released its financial report for the first fiscal quarter of 2015. The US wireless carrier posted positive net additions, as well as the lowest churn rate in the company's history, but lost $20 million in the process.

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Sprint brings some new faces on board in executive shakeup

Sprint announced today that it has brought some new executives on board, naming Tarek Robbiati as new CFO, while Günther Ottendorfer will take over as COO of technology.

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Apple pushes further into Bay area with 43-acre purchase

It looks like Apple is continuing its expansion into the Bay area with the recent purchase of 43 acres of undeveloped land in San Jose. It's unclear what plans Apple has for the land, but it marks the third expansion in recent months.

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