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Glass Apple Store said to be heading to Chicago's Magnificent Mile

Apple will reportedly change the location of its long-standing Michigan Avenue retail store in Chicago, moving it down the street the the bank of the Chicago River. The new store is said to be modeled after the glass-topped retail location.

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Dropbox adds support for USB security keys when using Chrome

Dropbox has taken another step to increase security, implementing support for USB security keys when logging into its website while using Chrome.

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Apple will help guide the development of NFC

Apple has joined the NFC Forum, one of the groups responsible for the development of Near Field Communication technology. Joining as a sponsor member, Apple will also have a seat on the Forum's board of director.

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Apple Pay rival CurrentC may not launch nationwide until 2016

MCX CEO Brian Mooney has said that CurrentC, the Apple Pay competitor backed by retailers like Walmart, Target and others, will begin a small pilot test of its app in Columbus, Ohio in a few weeks, but it may not launch nationwide until 2016.

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You can now find all of Beats 1's archived shows in one place

Looking for an archived Beats 1 show in podcast form? Apple's created a special Featured section just for those replays.

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Skype for Business now heading into preview on iPhone

Microsoft has announced the preview for Skype for Business on iPhone, which will replace the existing Lync 2013 app when it exits preview later this year.

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Rite Aid will begin accepting Apple Pay in its stores starting August 15

Rite Aid has announced that beginning Saturday, August 15, it will begin accepting mobile payment services like Apple Pay in its 4,600 stores.

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Sprint's Open World add-on makes it more affordable to travel to Mexico, Canada, and Latin America

Sprint has announced a new free add-on plan that brings free calls and texts to Canada and Mexico, along with free calls, texts, and 1GB of data when traveling in Canada, Mexico, and a number of Latin American countries.

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Larry Page breaks the internet, announces 'Alphabet' parent company for Google

In a shocking announcement today, co-founder Larry Page revealed major changes for Google, including he and Sergey Brinn moving on the helm a new parent company called Alphabet, and Sundar Pachai taking over as the new CEO of a slimmed down Google.

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Force Touch on the iPhone 6s said to focus on shortcuts

Force Touch, long said to be bound for the iPhone 6s, will reportedly focus primarily on providing shortcuts to users, taking the place of other lists, buttons, and more on Apple's next iPhone.

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