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BT ordered by Ofcom to make Openreach a legally separate company

BT has been handed a proposition by Ofcom to save breaking up with Openreach. The regulator has said BT could make Openreach become "a legally separate company" within the BT Group with its own board of directors.

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Amazon Prime finally makes its way to India, 60-day trial available

Amazon has finally launched its Prime service in India. The service offers free (and unlimited) one-day and two-day delivery options across 100 cities in India, with no minimum order amount for delivery.

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Bob Mansfield takes on the secretive 'Project Titan' Apple Car project

Bob Mansfield is rumored to be taking charge of the Apple Car project, codenamed Titan.

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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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Apple may use 'iPhone 6SE' name for this year's phone

Apple may be holding of on the 'iPhone 7' moniker for this year's iPhone, electing instead for 'iPhone 6SE.'

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Vainglory gains improved bots and more ways to get Sunlight in summer update

The development team behind Vainglory has unleashed version 1.20 (referred to as the Summer Update), which introduces improved bots, more convenient play options, as well as easier ways to obtain Sunlight.

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Verizon agrees to buy Yahoo for $4.83 billion

Yahoo has agreed to sell its core business to Verizon for $4.83 billion, signaling an end to one of the internet's most pioneering companies. Under the deal, Verizon will acquire Yahoo's search, mail and instant messaging services, along with its ad platform and a few real estate holdings.

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Nintendo shares plummet as investors find out it doesn't make Pokémon Go

Investors scrambled to buy Nintendo stock after the release of Pokémon Go saw millions of players worldwide fire up the app while out and about to catch their favorite Pokémon. Now shares in Nintendo have fallen after the company revealed the game would have limited impact on the bottom line.

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Modular, mainstream, McLaren

Moto's new Z phones are impressive and super-modular, VR's moving quickly into the mainstream, and behold the Nokia McLaren.

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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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