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GigSky expands coverage of its Apple SIM data plans for iPads

GigSky has announced an expanded list of countries for its Apple SIM data plans.

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Misfit Speedo Shine 2 will track your swimming stats and more for $120

Misfit has introduced the Speedo Shine 2, its second-generation swim tracking wearable. It will allow swimmers to track steps, sleep and all the normal stuff as well as laps and other swimming related activities.

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China's Tencent will buy Clash of Clans developer Supercell for $8.6 billion

China-based internet giant Tencent Holdings will join partners to pay $8.6 billion to purchase an 84.3% stake in Supercell, the Finnish developer responsible for titles including Clash of Clans.

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Tim Cook is reportedly holding a fundraiser for U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan on June 28

A new report claims that Apple CEO Tim Cook is holding a fundraiser for Paul Ryan, the Republican Speaker of the U.S House of Representatives, on June 28.

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Settlement payments headed out this week as part of Apple ebook case

This week, customers will begin to receive credits for some of their ebook purchases made from Apple, Amazon, and others as a result of the government's successful antitrust lawsuit against Apple.

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Apple's transit directions make their latest stop in Denver

Apple has added transit direction support for Denver, Colorado to its Maps application.

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Bank of America starts rolling out support for Apple Pay-powered withdrawals

Bank of America has started rolling out support for making with ATM withdrawals using Apple Pay.

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Fitbit's new Sleep Schedule feature addresses the other piece of fitness success

Fitbit's new sleep feature gives users more information on their habits, and how to go to bed at a more consistent time every night.

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Indian government paves way for Apple to bring its retail stores to the country

The Indian government has introduced much-needed reforms to its foreign direct investment policy, paving the way for international vendors like Apple to set up retail stores in the country. The new regulations allow foreign brands to take 100% ownership in defence, aviation, and e-commerce sectors.

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Mobile Nations Weekly: WWDC, E3, OnePlus, and more

Apple and Microsoft showcase what's coming next while OnePlus impresses with quality hardware and no gimmicks.

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