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Toyota joins forces with Uber as part of 'strategic investment'

Toyota has announced that it is partnering up with Uber as part of a "strategic investment" in the company that will also see the launch of a new leasing program for Uber drivers.

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You can be in the new 'Ready Player One' movie without leaving your house

When real life mimics art, things get a little creepy.

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Apple rehires software security expert Jon Callas

Apple has confirmed it has rehired Jon Callas, a well-known expert in software security and encryption, sometime earlier in May.

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iOS 9's Spotlight Suggestions now available in 7 more regions

Spotlight Suggestions are now available to users in seven more countries and regions in iOS 9.

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No, Twitter's update won't make all your replies public

Don't believe everything you hear. Contrary to what the internet's been telling you, Twitter isn't making all your replies public.

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Pebble introduces Pebble 2, Time 2 and Pebble Core

Pebble has just announced its third, and what the company is calling its best, Kickstarter campaign. This time around, Pebble is offering up the Pebble 2, Time 2 and Pebble Core.

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Tim Cook says Apple's 'expertise doesn't extend to the network', won't pursue MVNO options

During an interview in Amsterdam, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the company will not be exploring becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), as its "expertise doesn't extend to the network."

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Philips Hue white ambiance bulbs are now available to light up your home

The new Philips Hue white ambiance bulbs are now ready to order, enabling owners to add every shade of white to their home lighting setup.

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Netflix will exclusively stream Disney movies in the U.S., shows off impressive summer lineup

Netflix has announced that it will be the exclusive streaming service to offer Disney movies — including Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar films — on the U.S. pay TV circuit. Netflix signed the agreement with Disney in 2012, and the deal will go into effect from September.

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Bell sells MTS deal to Canadians with promises of better service, faster speeds

The MTS deal is not done yet, but Bell is selling the public, and the regulators, on the notion that costs may go up, but service and speeds are poised to soar.

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