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Facebook now lets you upload and share 360 degree photos

Facebook is now allowing the many users of its social networking service to upload 360 degree photos to their accounts and to share them with others.

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Uber begins Scheduled Rides rollout in Seattle, more cities coming soon

Uber has started rolling out its new Scheduled Rides feature, starting in Seattle, for its business customers. It will allow those users to schedule a pickup date from the shared ride service from 30 minutes to 30 days in advance.

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How to use two-step and two-factor authentication: The ultimate guide

How do you protect your photos, messages, and more from being hacked or stolen online? With two-factor or two-step authentication!

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iTranslate's new 'Pro' option lets you take your translations offline

With version 10, iTranslate has added a new Pro option that allows you to perform translations offline, hold voice-to-voice conversations, and more.

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Safari Technology Preview release 6 is now available for download

Apple has now rolled out the sixth release of the Safari Technology Preview, giving developers a chance to test out more changes before they head to the public.

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App Store FAQ: What developers and customers need to know!

Rene Ritchie has been covering Apple and the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editor-in-chief of iMore, executive editor for Mobile Nations, video and podcast host, you can follow him on Snapchat or Twitter @reneritchie.

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Camera+ gets a slow shutter, action extension, and more

Camera+ for iPhone has added some interesting new features with its latest update, including a slow shutter for longer exposures, low-ISO mode, and an action extension.

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Elgato adds support for its HD60 S card in latest Game Capture beta for Mac

Elgato has added support for its HD60 S capture card in the latest beta release of Game Capture HD for Mac.

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You can now add materials to iTunes U from iCloud Drive, Dropbox and more

A fresh update is now rolling out to iTunes U for iPhone and iPad, most notably adding the ability to import materials to the app from cloud services like Dropbox, iCloud Drive and more.

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Snapchat overhauls Discover and now lets you subscribe to channels

Snapchat has received a bit of a visual overhaul, bringing a whole new look to Discover and adding subscriptions for channels.

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