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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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Proposed MacKeeper lawsuit settlement lets you file for a refund by Nov. 30

Customers who purchased controversial Mac software suite MacKeeper can file a claim for a refund as part of a settlement to a class-action lawsuit regarding deceptive claims made about the software by its original developer.

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American Express brings its corporate credit cards to Apple Pay

American Express has become the first major credit card company to add Apple Pay support for its corporate credit card portfolio.

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Mobile Nations Weekly: Security, Xbox, a new BlackBerry, and more security

This week on Mobile Nations: BlackBerry launches the new Passport Silver Edition, Windows Central goes to Gamescom, the affordable Moto G gets glowing praise, and both the Android and Apple camps grapple with security holes big and small.

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Major Carphone Warehouse data breach could affect up to 2.4 million

UK-based retailer Carphone Warehouse has admitted that hackers have gained access to the personal records of up to 2.4 million of its customers, along with encrypted credit card data of 90,000 customers.

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European Commission reportedly finds no evidence of collusion between Apple and record labels

A new report claims that a European Commission investigation has found no evidence of collusion in Apple's streaming deals with record labels.

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Apple's latest iPhone ad is all about the camera

Apple has debuted another ad in its "if it's not an iPhone, it's not an iPhone" campaign, this time focusing on the camera in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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