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T-Mobile doubles iPad data plan, expands family plan

If you add an iPad to your T-Mobile Simple Choice plan, starting September 3rd T-Mobile will charge you $10-a-month for the privilege and will double your data allotment in the process. The plan creates a duplicate bucket of data reserved for that iPad, up to 5 GB per month.

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Prepare for streaming as the iTunes Festival channel is now available on Apple TV

Apple recently unveiled the remaining line-up for its iTunes Festival being held in London throughout September, but there are numerous ways of enjoying the entertainment if you're unable to attend. The company has also pushed through the iTunes Festival channel to Apple TV, enabling owners to prepare themselves for what's to come.

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Verizon preparing to finally launch VoLTE in the coming weeks

Verizon Wireless today announced that VoLTE (Voice over LTE) will be available on the network nationwide in the coming weeks. Customers with the US mobile operator will soon be able to make higher quality calls (and video calls) with other subscribers on the same network with compatible 4G smartphones. The plan is to slowly roll out the upgrades across the board to compete alongside AT&T and others, using LTE for not only super-charged data but also higher quality calls.

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Apple fleshes out the iTunes Festival line-up with remaining artists

Apple has revealed the remaining artists who will be playing at the iTunes Festival next month in London. It has also been confirmed that deadmau5 will be opening the festival on September 1. Already announced acts include Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5, Kylie Minogue and more.

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What Facebook is about to do to your News Feed will SHOCK you!

Facebook, in a decision that could change the course of humanity as we know it, today announced that it's going to "reduce click-baiting headlines." That is, it's going to give less relevance to post with headlines like the one we used on this post, and instead give preference to headlines that actually give facts and allow the reader to choose whether to read the story.

Imagine that.

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T-Mobile Simple Starter plan gets quadruple the data for just $5 more

T-Mobile is offering a new option to one of its plans, this time for customers on the Simple Starter program. Those users can now increase their monthly data allotment from 500 MB to 2 GB for an additional $5 a month.

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China is working on a homegrown OS to replace current US solutions

The government of China could launch its own PC desktop operating system sometime in October which could later be extended to smartphones and tablets, in a bid to compete with rival overseas systems from Microsoft, Google and Apple.

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Apple offers free replacement program for defective iPhone 5 batteries

Apple is now offering a free replacement battery program for select iPhone 5 models that may come with a defective battery. Those units either experience shortened battery life or require more frequent charging, according to Apple. If you think your phone is affected, you should visit the Apple support page in the source link to check your serial number and see if it qualifies for free battery replacement.

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Apple extends Volume Purchase Program to Denmark, Ireland, and more

Apple has expanded the App Store's Volume Purchasing Program to several new countries. Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates are all now included in the program.

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iPhone 6 screens rumored to be back in production after rumored setback

Suppliers have supposedly re-established the production of iPhone 6 screens after a supposed minor setback. Production of components has been ramping up for the imminent launch, but display suppliers are reportedly working to make up for lost time caused by the backlight being revised by Apple. That's all according to Reuters:

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