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Google Voice updated for iPhone, brings new design and Hangouts integration

Google Voice for iPhone has been updated. Head into the Apple App Store and you'll find version 1.6 of Google Voice. Today's update is notable for bringing a new design to match those found in the iOS 7 guidelines.

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CellSpot brings a T-Mobile tower into your home

T-Mobile today announced the T-Mobile Personal CellSpot. The announcement came at T-Mobile's Un-carrier 7 event in San Francisco. The theme of the event was Wi-Fi and this new accessory from T-Mobile will put a "cell tower" directly into your living room.

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T-Mobile Uncarrier 7 joins the mile-high club and takes texting to the skies

At T-Mobile's Un-carrier event today in San Francisco the company announced a new partnership with Gogo. As you know, Gogo is one of the world's leading in-flight connectivity services. The new partnership with T-Mobile will allow customers to text for free.

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VoLTE, WiFi calling, and WiFi texting part of T-Mobile's Un-Carrier 7

T-Mobile has just announced their Un-carrier 7 initiative. The theme for this one this go around is 'Wi-Fi Un-Leashed" and will see T-Mobile making some new waves with Wi-Fi. Look forward to Wi-Fi calling and texting for all customers on T-Mobile.

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Moga Bluetooth-enabled Rebel iOS game controller ready for pre-order

Moga has announced a new Bluetooth game controller for your iOS devices that's available for pre-order. Retailing for $79.99, the Moga Rebel controller connects to your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad via Bluetooth to deliver physical game controls. Smaller devices can clip into the game controller while larger devices can be propped up on a stand and gamers can use the Rebel to get a similar experience to gaming on a console system like Xbox or Playstation.

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OK Go says Apple ripped off their music video

Yesterday's iPhone 6 and Apple Watch event kicked off with a fancy video about perspective, but rock band OK Go says the whole thing is a riff on their work shooting The Writing's on the Wall. Apple used the same director and production company as OK Go did for their music video.

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Apple's poor iPhone 6-Apple Watch live stream event may not have been a capacity issue

People who tried to check out Apple's live stream of its iPhone 6-Apple Watch press event on Tuesday were met with images such as the one above, along with other issues, but the problems may not have been based purely on a lack of Internet capacity, according to one analyst.

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Cricket raises data allotments for new and existing customers — get 10GB for just $55

U.S. prepaid carrier Cricket is, for a limited time, raising the roof on their data allotments. New customers that sign up between September 13 and an as-yet undetermined cut-off date will get anywhere from 500MB to 5GB more LTE data on their plan for the same amount. Existing customers will also get more data on their plans automatically, and they won't have to pay anything more for it.

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Stream audiophile grade music with Deezer Elite, now available on Sonos

Deezer is marking its US debut by announcing a premium streaming service in the country called Deezer Elite, which will work exclusively on Sonos systems. Through the service, you'll be able to stream over 30 million songs from Deezer's catalog in the lossless FLAC format with a quality of 16-bit/44.1kHz (or around 1,411 kbps), which is is a significant improvement over what other streaming music services like Spotify offer at 320 kbps.

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Apple Pay will net Apple a healthy sum from bank fees

The newly-announced Apple Pay is reported to be set up to net Apple a healthy fee from banks when it goes live. The system, which is Apple's take on NFC mobile payments and works on the also-newly-announced iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch, harnesses your credit cards to make quick-and-easy payments on the go. And it should come as no surprise that Apple intends to make some money off of that.

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