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T-Mobile to Crack Down on Simple Choice Plan Data Abusers

- Aug 31, 2015<p>T-Mobile says it’s tired of a small fraction of its users abusing their unlimited Simple Choice Plan data by tethering over the 7 GB …

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Samsung Pay to Launch September 28 in U.S. But Will Businesses Accept It?

Samsung will count on shoppers to educate business owners on the fact that their systems are in fact compatible with Samsung Pay.<p>Samsung plans to announce today that it will roll out its mobile wallet next month, but there are still open questions about how stores will treat a new type of payment …

WIRED Awake: 10 must-read articles for 14 August

Your WIRED.co.uk daily briefing. Today, no UK Note 5 launch, police investigate 'cyber flashers', iOS update and more.<p><i>Get WIRED Awake sent straight</i> …

Zirtual employees: Benefits were left unpaid and most of us aren't going back

The virtual assistant company dissolved overnight on Monday and fired its entire workforce with an e-mail at 1:34 a.m. Within the next 48 hours, its CEO Maren Kate Donovan apologized for the last-minute shutdown and said the company has found an acquirer, Startups.Co.<p>Donovan, in an interview with …

LeBron James says Cavs' No. 1 objective is to re-sign Thompson

Cavaliers superstar LeBron James wants Tristan Thompson back, but you already knew that.<p>LeBron James wants Tristan Thompson back. The Cleveland …

10 things you need to know in markets today

<b>Eurozone GDP is coming.</b> We'll get the Q2 figure for the eurozone's GDP at 10 a.m. London time (5 a.m. ET). Analysts are expecting a rise of 0.4%, equalling the 0.4% climb see in the first quarter.<p><b>Greece could get a bundle of temporary financing if Eurogroup finance ministers can't agree to the</b> …