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LTE-U wireless rolls out on T-Mobile, Windows 10’s Mail app gets improvements, & Apple’s spaceship campus opens in April

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Eddy Cue reveals more details on Apple’s original shows, YouTube cancels PewDiePie’s original YouTube Red series after Nazi controversy, Nest adds automatic door detection for subscribers, and more

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Handbrake finally gets its first stable release, Fake news triggers a Facebook Safety Check, Rent the Runway raises $60M and more

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Cyanogen’s shuttering its signature services, Apple pulls Withings products from its stores, a new Pew study confirms that 79 percent of Americans shop online, and more

Paw Print Rewind #044

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines. Dish swing to 2015 loss as subscribers decline Dish Network swung to a loss in 2015, hurt by a drop in pay-TV subscribers and a wireless airwaves auction-related expense. The U.S.’ No. 2 satellite TV provider’s net income attributable…

T-Mobile announces Uncarrier for business

During T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 9.0 event in New York City, the carrier announced Uncarrier for business. John Legere, T-Mobile president and CEO: “We’re going to do for businesses, what we’ve already been doing for consumers. Eliminate pain points and force change. The majority of US businesses — a full 99.7% — have less than 500 employees and…

EE replaces Orange Wednesdays with weekly Wuaki.tv movie rental

UK carrier EE has announced that all new and existing customers on EE, Orange, T-Mobile and broadband plans will have access to blockbuster film rentals every week for £1 ($1.48) with digital streaming service Wuaki.tv. Vincent Petersen, Wuaki.tv UK country director: “Wuaki.tv launched in the UK less than two years ago and we have already…