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On the eve of iPhone 6 carriers once again using the media to push back on ‘subsidies’

Imagine a boss at a company with a really great salesperson who lands all the best, highest valued customers for the company. Now imagine that boss hates having to pay that salesperson their really high commission, even though it's the salesperson who's closing all those deals and ensuring all that money comes to the company. The boss can't afford to lose that salesperson but they're desperate to find anyway they can to cut that salesperson's commissions

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BLU Studio 6.0 HD is a wallet-friendly giant

BLU Products might not be there at the very top of the smartphone makers list, but it has made a name for itself by outing affordable alternatives for your mobile needs. And here it is again with yet another entry, the BLU Studio 6.0 HD, this time for the giant phablet category. The BLU Studio 6.0 HD might be big in size and name, but don't expect big features that you'd find in similar-sized models from other brands

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A tale of two bigger iPhones

One of the more popular rumors making the rounds right now is that Apple will release not one but two new, bigger iPhones this year. The first would be the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the second, a 5.5-inch Apple "phablet". These rumors aren't coming from overly sensational, overly outlandish sources, but from mainstream news outlets and some of the more reserved financial analysts.

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Vector 36: Wearables, phablets, and the next big thing

Rene and industry analyst Ben Bajarin talk about the realities of the wearable and smartwatch market, the phablet space in North America, and why it's hard to see a next-big-thing any time soon.

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Apple buys hydroelectric power station in Oregon to power data center

Apple has long strove for clean energy-powered data centers for their iCloud infrastructure, and they're taking over a hydroelectric plant in Oregon to help ensure that they can maintain that goal. Apple was recently recognized by Greenpeace for the 100% green energy supply that powers their data centers, but that supply has largely come from solar installations and from local wind power supplies. Oregon is ripe with potential for hydroelectric power, and the Prineville data center will take advantage of that.

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Survey about Google Glass shows most don’t want it

Google Glass is a mixed bag. Great for medical professionals who find it useful in critical situations, but bad for a variety of real-world use cases. Banned from bars and restaurants, Glass also causes suspicion while driving.

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New and updated apps: Office Mobile, Steam, OpenTable and more!

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Today we've got updates to Microsoft Office on the iPhone, a popular gaming service and a top restaurant app for North America Let's take a look! New and updated iOS apps Microsoft Office Mobile : A round of bug fixes for Microsoft's now free iPhone client for Office

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US Cellular 4G LTE expansion plans detailed

US Cellular has revealed some details on their 4G LTE expansion plans. It is looking like they have plans to add more than 1,200 4G LTE sites this year