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USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham breaks down the top tech news from the week.
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00:03 In case you missed it here at the top tech
00:05 headlines of the week highlighted by easier access to Amazon stated
00:08 deliberate. A new way to get rid of unwanted email and
00:11 Gmail and a sneak peek at new phones coming in the
00:14 fall. Let's start off at Amazon which announced greater availability of
00:18 -- same day delivery service. That five new cities including Philadelphia
00:22 and Dallas and more access -- New York City. You'll pay
00:25 six -- if your prime member or ten bucks if you're
00:28 not. Don't counter with a shopping express which is only available
00:32 in California New York. And charges five bucks for the service
00:35 now speaking of Google. The Internet giant also announced a new
00:39 Gmail feature to get rid of those unwelcome and growing emails.
00:43 And unsubscribe tab is now being rolled out to kill those
00:46 on wanted subscriptions without having to fish but the hill feature.
00:51 In mobile knows if you been holding off buying a new
00:53 Smartphone because you wanted to get the latest model or write
00:56 these dates down on your calendar September 3 and nine. On
01:00 the third Samsung introduced as the latest version of the note.
01:03 The note for. And on the ninth apple -- reveal the
01:06 latest new iPhone the iPhone six. The new iPhone is expected
01:10 to be substantially larger than the current four inch model now
01:14 both devices are expected to be in stores by the end
01:17 of September. And a planned merger between sprint and number four
01:21 carrier T-Mobile was called off. Which is great news for consumers.
01:25 Price wars continue at least for a limited time. Finally the
01:29 top downloaded app of the week on both the iTunes and
01:31 android chart is once again FaceBook messenger. FaceBook said last week
01:36 that folks that wanted chat on FaceBook via its mobile apps
01:39 needed to download the messenger app to keep talking. And that's
01:43 you tech news headlines the way I'm Jefferson ran.