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Wi-Fi and LTE join up for gigabit mobile service in Korea

The GiGA LTE system from KT and Samsung combines the two networks

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Dropbox for Business to get mobile management boost

Applications are on the way from partners including AirWatch and MobileIron

Twitter adds autoplaying videos

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Videos will play automatically in users' feeds, without sound, until they're tapped on

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Qualcomm may adapt LTE into a network anyone can deploy

The company is exploring a way to use LTE in unlicensed spectrum alone

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Facebook releases a separate app for private photo sharing

Moments will automatically detect people's friends in their smartphone camera roll.

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LTE subscriptions to surpass 1 billion this year

More plans, networks and cheaper smartphones are helping propel growth.

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Two years on, Google's Project Loon drifts into focus

Google X project is clearing technical and price hurdles, but commercial plans are still unknown

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Thursday, June 11

Google gets on smart cities bandwagon... eBay, PayPal hit a nerve with robocall provision in use terms... Spotify arms for battle with Apple

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Microsoft predicts China's air pollution with data analysis

The company has launched an air quality mobile app for users in China

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Apple deploying camera-equipped cars to improve its maps service

After months of speculation, the company confirmed that cars will be taking photos in the US, Ireland and the UK

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Wednesday, June 10

Apple Music probed for antitrust violations... North Korea rattles cyber-saber

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Tuesday, June 9

Apple day brings music streaming, iOS 9, El Capitan Mac OS... Facebook broadens reach of Place Tips... SEA hacks US Army site

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With Apple Watch OS update, apps are about to get a whole lot more capable

Allowing developers to tap into the Apple Watch's sensors means apps can utilize the device's unique components