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Snapchat eyes $19 billion valuation
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Uber will include 'panic button' in India app
A panic button will be an option starting Wednesday in the smartphone app for users in India. It "allows a rider to alert the local Police at the push of a button in case of an emergency," Uber said.
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FCC to Marriott: Never try to block Wi-Fi again
The FCC has warned hotels that Wi-Fi hotspot blocking is strictly prohibited.
Twitter's CEO is on the hot seat
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Google is becoming a wireless carrier
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T-Mobile rejects 50% for bad credit
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Starbucks is morphing into a tech company
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Microsoft patents 'Theater mode' for phones
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AT&T will let you roll over data
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Blackberry soars 30% on reports of Samsung bid
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This is the Apple of China
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Apple patents flexible iPhone
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Apple sued because iPhone isn't 16 GB
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T-Mobile is the tech company of the year
T-Mobile had the best 2014 of any tech company.
Russian iPhone prices soar 35%
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It's time for disruptive tech firms to grow up
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BlackBerry ending year on sour note
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Cuba poised to join the Internet age
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Russia iPhone prices have fallen 34% this year
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T-Mobile will roll over your data
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France wants to ban uberPOP from January 1
France is planning to ban Uber's ride-sharing service uberPOP from January 1.
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Google pulls Amazon app from Play Store
Amazon and Google are having an app store standoff, resulting in the de-listing of Amazon's app from Google Play.
Walmart cuts iPhone price by $50
The iPhone 6 Plus is now on sale for $229 and the iPhone 6 sells for $129.
United flight attendants all get an iPhone 6!
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California prosecutors sue Uber for misleading customers
California prosecutors allege that Uber charges misleading fees and makes false claims about the quality of its background checks.
Samsung's latest WTF phone
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is quirky, and its defining difference is not all that useful. But it's innovative for sure.
China's version of Tinder is worth $3 billion
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Verizon is killing off 3G
Verizon is killing off its 3G network to add more capacity for 4G smartphones and tablets.
Amazon: Shop while you're in the toilet
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BlackBerry will buy your iPhone
BlackBerry will pay $550 for your iPhone, if you switch to a Passport.
T-Mobile will now tell you how it is reducing your data speeds
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has agreed to change the way it handles customers who hit monthly data limits.
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