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Apple said to be mulling its own virtual network service for the U.S. and Europe

Apple is reportedly looking at launching its own mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service in both the U.S. and Europe, and is said to be in talks now to make it happen.

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Apple reportedly teaching Siri how to transcribe your voicemail via SMS

A new reported has surfaced from Bloomberg that details Apple testing new functionality for the company's virtual assistant. According to the outlet, the company is working to get Siri to transcribe voicemails.

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AT&T combines TV and wireless with first DirecTV deals, starting from $50 per month

AT&T has unveiled the first DirecTV deals since the US carrier acquired the company just two weeks ago. Various options and configurations are available.

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Nokia sells HERE to German carmakers for $3 billion

Nokia has announced that it has sold its HERE mapping business to German car consortium of Audi, BMW and Daimler for 2.8 billion Euro ($3 billion).

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Moto X, Windows 10, Teslas, and more!

Welcome to the first edition of Mobile Nations Weekly, bringing you the latest and greatest from this week in technology and mobile life from across Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, Windows Central, and more!

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AdwareMedic for Mac becomes Malwarebytes for Mac

I've gotten questions about AdwareMedic's recent rebranding after Malwarebytes acquired it. Is it still safe to use? The short answer is yes.

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Apple, BMW, may revive talks for Apple Car partnership at a later date

Contrary to recent reports, talks between Apple and BMW for an automotive project have reportedly been on hold, with Apple said to be exploring other avenues for its rumored vehicle.

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Cricket Wireless to add unlimited calls and texts from Mexico and Canada to the US in August

Cricket Wireless will add support for unlimited calls and texts from Mexico and Canada to the US in August to its $50 and $60 a month plans. The carrier already supports unlimited calls and texts from the US to Mexico and Canada.

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EE launches new Euro Pass to let you use 4G abroad from just £3 per day

EE has launched a new Euro Pass for customers to enjoy 4G data speeds abroad. The company provides 100MB of 4G per day for £3, as well as 400Mb of slower access should you manage to eat up the allowance.

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Apple reportedly takes a big step into San Francisco with new office space

Apple is said to be expanding its operations into San Francisco, with the company reportedly leasing 76,000 square feet of office space in the city's South of Market area.

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