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Amazon announces free same-day collection for Prime members in the UK

Amazon UK has today announced a new same-day collection service, available free for Prime subscribers. The online retail giant will allow Prime members to have a package delivered to a chosen collection point within 12 hours, part of its Click & Collect service. If you're not a Prime member, you'll have to part with £4.99 for the luxury.

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Office for Mac 2011 update patches critical vulnerabilities

Microsoft has patched Office for Mac 2011 bringing it to version 14.4.5 tonight. The update includes several bug fixes and security improvements.

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Unreal Engine update brings over 40 new features and improvements

Unreal Engine got an update today, bringing the widely used gaming engine up to version 4.5. Detailed in a company blog post, the new update introduces a number of new features for developers that should make writing for mobile platforms that much easier. Hit the break for more information.

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Sprint offers existing customers discounted iPhone rentals, but a new plan will be cheaper

Sprint is prepping a new pricing scheme for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and on paper this one looks like a better deal than it actually is.

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Omate Lutetia smartwatch aiming to attract the ladies

If you feel as though recent smartwatch offerings have been a bit of a "boys club," you may be in luck. According to a new report, Omate, the creators of the Omate X is set to launch the Lutetia, a smartwatch designed and engineered by a team of women for women.

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Macworld/iWorld 2015 conference cancelled, series put on hiatus

Sad news, folks: the Macworld/iWorld conferences are no more. IDG, the company behind both the long-running conference and the recently-downsized and de-magazined Macworld publication, announced today that the conference is "going on hiatus", and that the 2015 event will not happen. Macworld/iWorld has struggled in recent years with the loss of Apple as a keynote partner, with the company around which the conference revolved opting to focus more on their own events and putting significant capital into WWDC.

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New iPads pegged for October 24th release

Apple is holding a press event on Thursday where the company is expected to reveal, among other things, some new iPad models. Now a new report claims that the tablets will actually go on sale on October 24, a mere eight days after they are announced.

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Google study: over half of teenagers use voice search daily

Searching on a smartphone just by using your voice is a feature that is still in its infancy, and it's not exactly a shock to learn that teens are using and embracing it more than their elders. This is one of the many findings about voice search in a new survey commissioned by Google.

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August Smart Lock goes on sale at Apple retail stores this week

The August Smart Lock, which started shipments in late August, will now go on sale in Apple's retail stores beginning this week for the price of $249.99.

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Hundreds of Dropbox accounts compromised via third party service; change your password now

Earlier today, a thread surfaced on Reddit offering up 400 Dropbox usernames and passwords in plain text, with a note that over seven million accounts have been compromised in total. Dropbox has since announced on its blog that it wasn't hacked, and that the leaked passwords were stolen from a third party service.

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