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The iPhone rolls out to MetroPCS stores nationwide this weekend

MetroPCS will rollout iPhone availability to 5,000 of its stores across the U.S. this weekend.

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Readdle's Spark server upgrades may be behind Apple ID lockouts

Server upgrades for Readdle's Spark, not malicious third parties, may be behind a recent rash of Apple ID lockouts.

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Google joins U.S. carriers in offering free calls to France following terror attack in Nice

France was rocked by yet another senseless tragedy earlier tonight when a lorry ploughed into crowds watching a fireworks display as part of Bastille Day celebrations. U.S. carriers are offering free calls and texts to connect with family and friends in France, and Google is joining in.

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T-Mobile offers customers unlimited data for Pokémon Go

T-Mobile will offer customers unlimited data towards Pokémon Go beginning Tuesday, July 19.

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Purported iPhone 7 caught on video in latest leak

The latest in a line of iPhone 7 leaks purports to show off the upcoming smartphone, this time on video.

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Apple reportedly opening small imaging research lab in France

Apple will reportedly open a small imaging research lab in Grenoble, France.

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Eddy Cue talks Apple's TV efforts, cable bundles, and more

Apple's Eddy Cue recently sat down for a new interview in which he discussed innovation in TV, Apple's original video efforts, and more.

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Pokémon Go is now officially available in the UK!

Pokémon Go has taken the U.S. and other select markets where it's available by storm, but now the popular title is finally available in the UK.

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U.S. Supreme Court will hear Samsung's appeal against Apple on Oct. 11

In March, the U.S. Supreme Court said that it would hear Samsung's appeal in the ongoing patent litigation with Apple. According to the court's schedule, Samsung's appeal would be heard on October 11.

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Apple may be interested in buying Formula One (streaming rights?)

In what seems like a far-fetched rumor, Apple is apparently considering a bid to buy Formula One. F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone said last year that he was interesting in selling the 35% stake in the racing series he controls through holding company CVC Capitol Partners for £6 billion ($8.5 billion).

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