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Google Photos will now help you make new albums after a trip

The latest update for the Google Photos app will now offer new album suggestions for images after a recent trip or event.

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YouTube adds support for Split View and Slide Over multitasking on iPad

The official YouTube app for iPhone and iPad has been updated, making the app more flexible on the iPad with support for Split View and Slide Over multitasking.

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Apple's Classroom app puts teachers in control of iPads in schools

Apple has released its Classroom app, which allows educators to manage iPads used by students.

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Amazon Prime Video grabs Doctor Who video streaming rights in the U.S.

Amazon has signed a multi-year deal with the BBC that will give Amazon Prime Video exclusive rights in the U.S. to stream the reboot of the Doctor Who sci-fi franchise. The first eight seasons will be available on the service on March 27, with the ninth season coming this fall.

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How to set up a 5.1 home theater with Sonos for Mac

Using a Sonos Playbar, Sub, and two Play:1s, two Play:3s, or two second generation Play:5s, you can create a 5.1 surround sound system.

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Amazon Cloud Drive unlimited storage plans are now available in Canada

Amazon has extended the reach of its unlimited storage subscription plans for its Amazon Cloud Drive services to Canada. Like the U.S, Canadians can upload an unlimited number of photos to the service for $11.99 a year, or an unlimited number of any file for $59.99 a year.

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Twitter CEO says its 140-character limit for posts is 'staying'

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in an interview that the social network's current 140-character limit for public posts is "staying". Previous rumors claimed Twitter was considering an option to increase that limit to 10,000 characters.

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Here's how you can play Facebook Messenger's hidden basketball game

Just in time for March Madness, Facebook has rolled out an update to Messenger that lets you play a basketball mini-game with your friend directly from the conversation window. To get started, you need to select the basketball emoji, send it to a friend, and then tap on it to load the game.

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What's new on the App Store: Blocs Wave, Winterstate, and great Apple Watch complications

Each week, the App Store highlights some of the best new and updated apps. This week, take a look at Blocs Wave, Winterstate, and apps with great Apple Watch complications.

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Scanner Pro adds text recognition, distortion correction, and more

Scanner Pro by Readdle has hit version 7.0, introducing its own text recognition feature. The app will also correct distortions that crop up when you scan books and magazines.

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