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Facebook's new Riff app creates a chain of videos centered on a specific topic

Facebook has launched a new stand-alone app called Riff, which allows a string of videos to be made and connected together that are based on a specific subject.

Riff started as a side project by an app team at Facebook, who wanted to create an easy way for anyone to collaborate on videos.

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TweetDeck for Mac updated with multi-photo uploads, group messages, and more

TweetDeck for Mac has been updated with support for tweets with multiple photos, group direct messages, and account sharing.

Twitter has added a number of new capabilities to TweetDeck. You can now use the app to tweet up to four photos in a single message. You can also now participate in group direct messages.

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Apple and IBM launch eight new enterprise apps, including first for healthcare

Apple's partnership with IBM has yielded several new apps in healthcare, retail, industrial products and more.

The Apple + IBM partnership began last year, and matches Apple's software design and development talents with IBM's enterprise relationships.

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Pandora CFO calls Apple a 'frenemy,' sheds light on CarPlay integration

While Pandora was noticeably absent from Apple's list of launch partners for CarPlay, that is all set to change according to the company's CFO.

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The New York Times will bring 'one-sentence stories' to the Apple Watch

The New York Times showed off how its app will work with the Apple Watch earlier today, with the highlight being what it calls "one-sentence stories."

One-sentence stories are exactly what they sound like: the meat of a story summed up into one sentence, with the goal being a quick way for users to keep up on the day's news right from their wrist.

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Facebook's 'Scrapbooks' feature helps parents organize pictures of their kids

Facebook rolled out a new feature today called "Scrapbooks" that lets parents more easily create and organize photo albums of their children.

Scrapbooks adds quite a few new options for managing photos of your kids with special tags and the option to share a scrapbook with your significant other.

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Task manager 2Do for Mac gets a refreshed look, extensions, and more in version 2.0

2Do for Mac has been updated to version 2.0, a major refresh that brings in extensions, a GTD Inbox, and much more.

2Do, one of our favorite todo apps for Mac, has added a number of new features for OS X Yosemite.

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Dropbox to give web browser users better document preview features

Dropbox is currently rolling out a new update for its web browser users that promises a better preview experience for stored documents.

Dropbox says that the improvements will allow documents to load faster and look better while previewed on a web browser such as Safari on the Mac.

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The Hit List 2.2 for iPhone adds a share extension, fixes several bugs

Task manager The Hit List has hit version 2.2, adding a share extension that lets you create new tasks and reminders from inside other apps.

Once you set up the share extension, you can use text and links to create a new task for The Hit List wherever extensions are supported.

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Pac-Man chomps its way onto Google Maps for some retro-style fun

Google is usually good for some April Fools jokes, and this time they have put Pac-Man on the streets of Google Maps.

Pac-Man can be played right now on Google Maps, utilizing the streets of the map as the course. Users can play on streets of their own town on the web, or in select areas on mobile devices. Google has listed a bunch of clues of where to find Pac-Man on mobile devices, but if you want to just get down and play try searching for "Arc de Triomphe".

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