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WWDC will take place June 13-17, according to Siri [Update: Confirmed]

According to Siri, Apple will hold its 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference.

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'Triple A-list talent' said to be part of Apple's secret push into original TV

Apple is said to be targeting Hollywood elite to be a part of its push into Netflix-style original programming.

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U.S. Cellular embraces secure messaging with TigerText partnership

U.S. Cellular has teamed with TigerText to provide easy access to secure messaging to its subscribers.

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Apple Maps transit directions can now guide you around Seattle

Seattle, Washington is just the latest city to gain support for transit directions in Apple's Maps app.

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World of Warcraft: Legion goes to war on August 30

World of Warcraft's latest expansion, Legion, will arrive on August 30.

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Bill Campbell, former Apple employee and board member, passes away

Bill Campbell, a longtime fixture of Silicon Valley and former member of Apple's board, has passed away at the age of 75.

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Apple's car project reportedly under development at small German lab

Apple has reportedly put together a small lab of 15 to 20 people to help develop its Apple Car in Berlin, Germany.

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HBO Canada will stream Game of Thrones season 1 for free through TMN GO

If you live in Canada and want to get hyped again for the upcoming Game of Thrones season, you can now stream the whole first season for free. You'll be able to watch it through TMN GO, via the on-demand platforms of TV providers across Canada.

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Apple once again said to be aiming for 2017 launch of glass iPhone with AMOLED display

Apple will reportedly release a glass-body iPhone with an AMOLED display in 2017.

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CoWatch looks to bring the power of Alexa to your wrist

iMCO is currently seeking funds on Indiegogo for CoWatch, a smartwatch built on the company's Chronological OS with Alexa integration. The OS was built by veterans from the Android team at Google, and the hardware appears to be well designed.

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