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Three UK to provide free Wi-Fi on London Underground

Three UK has announced that it is partnering with Virgin Media to provide its customers with free access to Virgin's Wi-Fi network on the London Underground. Other carriers like EE, Vodafone and O2 have already made similar deals in the past.

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Apple launches iTunes Pass in the U.S., UK, Australia and more

Following the initial launch in Japan, Apple has now begun to push its new iTunes Pass out to a more global audience. Initially we've been able to verify that the U.S. and the UK are now seeing it, but there are reports from all around the world such as Australia, Spain, Germany, Canada and the Netherlands that are also seeing iTunes Pass availability.

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Environment the focus of Apple's presentation at education conference

Apple VP of Environmental Initiative Lisa Jackson gave a talk at the Distinguished Educator Conference to highlight some of the clean energy strides that the company published last week in its environmental report and reiterate Apple's commitment to going green. Noting that its data centers now operate on 100 percent renewable energy, Jackson says that the company won't be slowing down its commitment to the environment any time and points out how its products are helping consumers be greener in the process.

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DirecTV NFL SundayTicket.TV on iPhone, iPad, Mac requires no satellite dish

In a bold move supporting cord cutters, satellite provider DirecTV is allowing users to stream NFL Sunday Ticket games to their personal devices without requiring a satellite dish in the process. Streaming will work on compatible Android phones and tablets, iPhone and iPad, Macs and PCs, as well as Microsoft's Xbox gaming console depending on the package you sign up for.

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Apple agrees to pay $450 million to resolve ebook price fixing case

Apple has agreed to pay a total of $450 million to resolve its long running court battle with U.S. federal and state governments, which claimed that the company conspired to fix prices for ebooks that it published on the iPhone and iPad alongside five major book publishers.

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iCloud emails are now encrypted from prying eyes while in transit

Apple has quietly implemented in-transit encryption for iCloud emails. Emails sent to or from an @icloud.com or @me.com address are now encrypted. Previously Apple only encrypted emails sent between iCloud addresses. The encryption will help to secure emails moving between servers from snooping, particularly on the part of the government.

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Apple partners up to sell more iPhones in exploding Vietnamese market

Apple's sales expansion plans hinge on Asia, and while China gets most of the attention, Vietnam is also a target for selling more iPhones. Along with the rest of the smartphone market, Apple seems to have hit a market saturation point in North American and Eastern Europe. But growth of the smartphone market in Asia is exploding right now, and will likely continue to be so for a while. In Vietnam, Apple has partnered with electronics retailer FPT's F.Studio stores to sell the iPhone direct to consumers.

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FiftyThree starts selling the Pencil stylus for iPad in Europe from today

FiftyThree, the makers of the Bluetooth-connected iPad stylus Pencil, has commenced sales in the UK, Germany and France from today. Previously, the only way to get your hands on the product was to order directly from the US, likely being hit by import fees and the like. Finally, the company has listened to feedback and the general cries for help and has launched sales in respective markets within Europe.

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Five classic Paul McCartney albums given new lease of life as iPad apps

Paul McCartney is the latest artist to transform his music albums into apps for iPad owners. Five classic albums – Band on the Run, McCartney, McCartney II, RAM and Wings over America – have been made into apps, which can be downloaded from the App Store. The iPad apps include remastered audio tracks, interviews, rare photographs, album artwork and videos (rehearsal footage and documentaries).

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Apple, IBM team up to make mobile enterprise better

Apple and IBM have announced a sweeping new partnership designed to bring the best of both companies together and, in doing so, make mobile in enterprise better. The agreement, which includes industry-specific solutions, dedicated apps for iPhone and iPad, cloud services optimized for iOS, AppleCare support for enterprise, and packaged services from IBM, aims to meld IBM's big data and analytics with Apple's device and experience savvy.

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