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Apple once again said to be cutting iPhone production

Apple is reportedly planning on reducing its iPhone production for the second straight quarter.

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Pebble Time priced at just $90 for today only at Meh.com

Meh.com has a sale price of just $90 for the Pebble Time smartwatch. The deep discount will only be available today.

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Cricket Wireless launches $70 unlimited plan, offers $100 bill credit to T-Mobile customers

Cricket Wireless is launching a new unlimited plan for talk, text and data for one smartphone line for $70 a month starting on April 17. The no-contract carrier is also offering a $100 bill credit for people who switch from T-Mobile to Cricket.

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Apple's new environmental report focuses on energy and recycling

Apple has published its 2016 Environmental Responsibility Report, which looks at the company's environmental efforts in the last year.

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Sprint rolls out LTE Plus in New York City to bring you supercharged speeds

Sprint has rolled out LTE Plus in New York City. The newly added location joins 190 other markets across the U.S. who already enjoy the network's improved LTE speeds.

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Enpass 5.2 brings enhanced 3D Touch support and two-factor authentication

Enpass for iOS and OS X has been updated to version 5.2. This latest release adds enhanced 3D Touch support for more ways to interact with the app, as well as time-based passwords.

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Samsung reportedly set to supply Apple with 100 million OLED displays a year

Samsung is reportedly planning to supply Apple with OLED displays for the iPhone with an estimated 100 million units each year. According to a local report, Samsung Display has signed a deal with Apple to supply millions of 5-inch sized OLED panels for the iPhone 7S.

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Apple deprecating QuickTime for Windows as new flaws are discovered

Security firm Trend Micro has revealed that Apple has deprecated QuickTime for Windows, leaving two new critical vulnerabilities unpatched.

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'Secret team' reportedly working on App Store changes, including paid search results

Apple reportedly has a secret team investigating changes to the App Store that could include the ability for developers to pay to make their apps more visible in search results.

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Apple and FBI once again set to testify before Congress on encryption

Apple and the FBI are set to testify once again before Congress on the topic of encryption.

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