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Europe agrees to scrap roaming charges altogether by 2017, introduces net neutrality rules

Europe has agreed on scrapping roaming charges across the continent by 2017, as well as new net neutrality rules to better protect both consumers ans businesses.

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Amazon brings its Prime Now one-hour delivery service to London

Amazon has launched its Prime Now delivery service in the UK. Kicking things off in London, the online retailer will offer one-hour delivery on over ten thousand products, which can be ordered using the smartphone app.

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Sprint teams up with David Beckham to launch its new 'All-in' unlimited plans

Sprint has launched a new marketing campaign with football superstar David Beckham to highlight the company's new "All-in" plans.

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Apple Camp offers digital content workshops for kids, enrollments now live

Apple Camp is now taking enrollments for the 2015 summer season, with kids aged 8 through 12 eligible to attend the three-day course.

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Apple to host Q3 2015 earnings call on July 21

Apple has scheduled its Q3 2015 earnings call for Tuesday, July 21 at 2 PM PT/5 PM ET.

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Beats Music accounts will stop working with Sonos after Apple Music migration

Sonos has let users know that migrating their Beats Music accounts to Apple Music will cause their Beats account to be cancelled, meaning that it will no longer work with Sonos.

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Google to bring railroad crossing information to Google Maps

Google will soon be adding railroad crossing information to Google Maps, pinpointing where every rail crossing in the US is. Additionally, the company will add audio and visual alerts to the app for when drivers are using turn-by-turn navigation.

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Sprint's delivery and set up service launches in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denver

Sprint's delivery and set up service, Direct 2 You, is now available for customers living in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denver.

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Pinterest updates privacy policy to cover upcoming buyable pins

Pinterest has updated the company's privacy policy to include bluyable pins. The latest feature from the visual discovery tool enables you to purchase your favorite pins on the network through

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SONOS working to add Apple Music support by end of year

Fiede Schillmoeller, global communications at SONOS, has added to the weekend Apple Music tweet storm with an affirmation that SONOS is indeed working to bring Apple's new service to his company's speakers, hopefully by the end of the year.

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