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Get a $15 Amazon.com Gift Card courtesy of Mobile Nations when you sign up for Amazon Prime

Mobile Nations is running an exclusive offer which can score you a $15 Amazon gift card when you sign up for a Prime membership.

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Bell Media to broadcast new Star Trek series in Canada

Bell Media has acquired the Canadian broadcast and streaming rights for the new Star Trek series from CBS.

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Netflix will stream CBS' new Star Trek series in 188 countries

Netflix and CBS have announced the former will hold exclusive rights outside the U.S. and Canada on the new Star Trek series set to launch at the start of next year.

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Pokémon Go now available in Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden and 26 new European countries

Pokémon Go has been launched in 26 new countries as part of a massive European rollout.

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It's official: SoftBank is buying ARM for $31 billion

Japan’s SoftBank is acquiring ARM Holdings for $32 billion. The British chip design firm dominates the smartphone market, with its lineup of chips used in 95% of handsets today. The number of devices running ARM-designed hardware has crossed 15 billion last year.

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Pokéworld

It's a Pokémon Go world and we're just living in it.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now available on Netflix in Canada

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now available to stream on Netflix in Canada.

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Touch ID-secured cardless withdrawals headed to ATMs across the U.S.

Touch ID-secured cardless withdrawals are headed to over 70,000 ATMs nationwide thanks to a partnership between FIS and Payment Alliance International.

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The iPhone rolls out to MetroPCS stores nationwide this weekend

MetroPCS will rollout iPhone availability to 5,000 of its stores across the U.S. this weekend.

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Readdle's Spark server upgrades may be behind Apple ID lockouts

Server upgrades for Readdle's Spark, not malicious third parties, may be behind a recent rash of Apple ID lockouts.

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