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Virgin Mobile monthly plans get updated, including $20 a month Wi-Fi only plan

Virgin Mobile has some updates on its current monthly plans for its no-contract smartphones, such as the iPhone 5s, including a new $20 plan that offers 300 minutes and unlimited text if the phone only connects to Wi-Fi sources to get its data.

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Apple's sapphire crystal supply source GT Advanced files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

GT Advanced Technologies, which supplies the sapphire crystal used in the camera cover and the Touch ID sensor.for Apple's iPhone devices, has announced it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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Facebook completes $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp

Facebook has completed its $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp. The deal was swiftly finalized following the approval by the European Union on Friday. WhatsApp co-founder and CEO Jan Koum will sit on the Facebook Board of Directors.

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Adobe rolls out a new cloud sync service, lets third-party developers access Creative Cloud features

Along with the launch of new mobile apps, Adobe has announced that the Creative SDK is now available as a public beta. Launched earlier this year as a private beta, Creative SDK brings Adobe's Creative Cloud services to third-party iOS developers.

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BBC iPlayer now stores your favorite shows for 30 days

The BBC has updated its iPlayer service to now store 30 days' worth of content for viewers in the UK. In the past, the catch-up service was limited to 7 days for the majority of shows, making this quite the upgrade for those who found themselves frequently missing episodes.

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Three years after his passing, memory of Steve Jobs is very much alive with Apple execs

Three years of since his passing, it appears that Steve Jobs' legacy and memory are very much a part of Apple and Apple's executives. Earlier in the week, Apple CEO Tim Cook had sent an email asking employees to remember Jobs' influence on the world, and now on the anniversary of his death Cook and Apple marketing head Phil Schiller are both turning to Twitter to express their remembrance of Apple's late co-founder.

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Kim Kardashian: Hollywood 2.0 lets you virtually live out Kim-ye's fairytale wedding

If you're sad you weren't invited to Kim Kardashian's extravagant wedding to Kanye West this summer, don't be as you can have your own over the top virtual wedding, Kardashian style, in Italy as you bring your own duck-faced selfies to the new version 2.0 update of the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game. Just remember to BYO virtual Prince Charming in the game and you can be as happy as Kim. With the new wedding chapter in her biopic game, you can now fully "keep up with" Kardashian.

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Facebook Messenger reportedly ready to let you send money to friends

The Facebook Messenger app is apparently set up to allow friends to send each other money, should Facebook choose to flip the switch. The payment capabilities were found by Stanford computer science student Andrew Aude as we was looking through the code of the iOS app. It appears that users can add debit cards to the app, sending money to each other in a conversation just as they would send a picture.

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Apple's malware definitions updated to protect Macs against iWorm

Apple has updated its malware definitions for OS X so as to defend Macs against a botnet that allowed a piece of malware called Mac.BackDoor.iWorm to install on systems. iWorm had made its way onto 17,000 machines by the time it was disclosed last week. Once on a user's system, the malware could install other pieces of malware, in addition to stealing sensitive data. Apple has now taken steps to protect its users from iWorm, according to MacRumors:

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John Legere goes uncensored on Bendgate, Iliad, and acquisition rumors

Want to know what T-Mobile CEO John Legere thinks about Bendgate and all the acquisition rumors surrounding his company? In true Legere style, John goes uncensored on stage at the GeekWire Summit, giving his thoughts on the matters by showing support to the iPhone 6 and saying that his employees are still recovering from PTSD from the botched acquisition attempted by AT&T to even address acquisition rumors.

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