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Apple Pay's latest US bank additions bring the total number to nearly 300

The list of US banks that support Apple Pay has increased once again, with 30 more additions to Apple's list, bringing the total number of banks that support the company's payment service to nearly 300.

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Here are the new 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro with Force Touch trackpad and $1999 Retina 5K iMac

Apple has released an updated 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display and $1999 entry level iMac with Retina 5K display.

The 15-inch MacBook update not only brings Apple's new Force Touch trackpad to the bigger, more powerful model, but faster flash storage, longer battery life, and a faster AMD Radeon R9 M370X discreet graphics option. The new, lower price point on the Retina 5K iMac makes Apple's latest all-in-one desktop more accessible, and a price-drop on the higher-end model to $2,299 makes the entire lineup more affordable as well.

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Deezer prepares to battle competitors by adding podcasts and radio shows

Deezer, the popular destination for those who enjoy streaming music, is adding podcasts into the mix to better position itself against the competition.

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Vodafone shares financial results for Q4 2014, returning to quarterly growth

Vodafone today published the company's earnings for Q4 2014, ending the financial year for the UK-based global network operator. The company has reported a return to growth as it started reaping the benefits of 4G network investment.

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President Obama's first personal tweet sent from his iPhone

U.S. President Barack Obama just sent his first tweet, from his first personal account, and he did it from his iPhone.

The President's new account is as personal as anything named after an office can be — @potus, an acronym for President of the United States. But it's an account that will have tweets posted exclusively by the President, which is different than the long-running, team run, @BarackObama account. The interesting thing for all of us here, of course, isn't so much the first tweet as the first Twitter client: Twitter for iPhone.

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Sprint to expand delivery and set up service to NYC, San Francisco, and Denver in June

Sprint will be expanding their personalized delivery and set up service, Direct 2 You, to three new cities in June. Customers in Denver, San Francisco, and New York City will soon be able to have their phone delivered and set up in the comfort of their own home.

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Carl Icahn thinks Apple should make an electric car

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has published an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook. It outlines his expectations for Apple's performance, as well as some new products he expects to see from the company.

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Part of Apple's verdict against Samsung reversed by appeals court

About $382 million of the verdict won by Apple against Samsung has been reversed, with a U.S. appeals court finding that Apple's trade dress cannot be protected.

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The largest Apple Store yet may open in Dubai in August 2015

A new report claims that the first Apple Store in the Middle East, at the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai, will open in August 2015 and will be the largest location yet at 50,000 square feet.

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New 15-inch MacBook Pro with Force Touch could launch as soon as this week

A new report has surfaced today that points to a 15-inch MacBook Pro with Force Touch and a 27-inch iMac launching sometime this week.

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