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Rhapsody is going back to 1999 and rebranding itself as Napster

The music streaming service Rhapsody has announced plans to rebrand itself as Napster. The old, and infamous, music sharing service was founded in 1999 and its brand was bought by Rhapsody in 2011.

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Netflix finally gains Picture-in-Picture support

Netflix has added Picture-in-Picture video support for compatible iPads running iOS 9.3.2.

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Sling brings its cable-free live television to the Apple TV

Live streaming TV service Sling has arrived on the Apple TV.

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Storehouse will shut down on July 15

Storehouse, an app that allows users to easily create stories out of their photos and videos, is shutting down on July 15.

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Swift Playgrounds will help anyone learn how to code on iPad

Swift Playgrounds is a new app that will launch alongside iOS 10, allowing anyone to easily learn how to code in Swift.

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Apps are coming to iMessage to spice up your conversations

Apple has announced new apps for iMessage, bringing all new experiences with services like Square Cash DoorDash and more.

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Photos is getting a machine learning boost and automatic 'Memories' albums

Apple has announced that it is bringing the power of machine learning to its Photos app, allowing the app to automatically identify objects in photos and create 'Memories' albums based on location, people and more.

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Apple: More than 2 million apps available with 130 billion downloads

On stage at WWDC, Apple announced that the App Store has grown from 500 apps to over 2 million apps. These apps have been downloaded more than 130 billion times, and developers have been paid out nearly $50 billion to date.

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Snapchat will fill the gap between your friends' stories with ads

Snapchat is set to expand advertising in a big way by serving ads between your friends' stories for the first time.

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Microsoft rolls out official Xbox app for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has rolled out an official version of its Xbox app for iOS and Android. Already available for the company's own Windows platform, those rocking competitor mobile handsets will now be able to remain up-to-date with all things Xbox.

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