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How to Setup Apple Music in Canada; Beats 1 Goes Live [Hands-On]

Apple Music has launched in Canada and worldwide radio station Beats 1 is now live. (more…)

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iRig Guitar Amp for iOS Devices: $19.99 at Future Shop, Best Buy

The iRig guitar amp is on sale for $19.99 at Future Shop and Best Buy until June 13.

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iOS 7 Wish List and Expectations for Tomorrow’s WWDC 2013 Keynote

WWDC 2013 takes place tomorrow at 10AM PDT–here is a quick wish list and expectations.

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IGN Free Game of the Month: Plants vs Zombies for iPhone, iPad

IGN’s free game of the month is Plants vs. Zombies for iPhone and iPad.

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Bell, TELUS LTE Network Live in Miramichi, New Brunswick

Bell and TELUS have launched their LTE network in Miramichi, New Brunswick.

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Apple’s Free App of the Week: Bird Zapper!

Apple’s free App of the Week is Bird Zapper! by Namco.

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Swiftkey Developers Bet on iOS Keyboard API at WWDC

Apple is about to open a couple iOS features to developers. SwiftKey Developers bet on a keyboard API.

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Bell to Launch Bravo GO iOS App to Stream Live TV on July 18

Bell will launch the Bravo GO iOS app to stream live TV on July 18.

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Rogers Early Upgrade Fee Increases to $20 Per Month for Smartphones

Effective today, Rogers early upgrade fees have increased to $20 per month for smartphones for select customers.

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BlueStacks’ Upcoming GamePop Console Will Also Support iOS Games

GamePop, the upcoming Android-powered gaming console from BlueStacks, will also support iOS games at launch.

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Brian White: Apple Will Launch A Cheaper “iPhone Mini” Next Month In Multiple Colors

Topeka Capital analyst Brian White says Apple is all set to unveil its cheaper iPhone in July.

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FX Photo Studio Surpasses 10 Million Downloads, Goes Free [PIC]

FX Photo Studio has surpassed 10 million downloads in 45 days and is now free.

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Poor Galaxy S4 Sales Cause Samsung To Lose $12 Billion In Market Value

Poor sales of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 smartphone has caused the Korean tech giant to lose $12 billion in market value.

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