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Amazon will reportedly launch a standalone music streaming service

A new report claims Amazon is preparing to launch a standalone streaming music service that would compete with Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music and others.

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How to set up two-factor authentication for Twitter

Protect your account by enabling Twitter's two-factor authentication options.

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iMessage for Android joins last-minute WWDC rumor rush

A new report claims that sources familiar with Apple's plans say that the company will be bringing iMessage to Android at WWDC. Of course, nothing is official until we hear it from Apple, so now we wait and see.

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Take retro photos on your iPhone with BitCam

Have you ever wanted to go back in time and take some photos using old tech? BitCam helps you achieve some interesting photos as if you had your small pocket PC back in the day.

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You can now reply to comments on Facebook with a video

If you're an avid Facebook user, you'll be glad to know that the social network has enabled video replies to posts and status updates. The camera icon — which lets you add photos in replies — now allows you to record and share videos as comments.

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What's new on the App Store: BurstKey, Build Away, and apps for Father's Day

Each week, the App Store highlights some of the best new and updated apps. This week, take a look at BurstKey, Build Away, and greats apps for Father’s Day.

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Apple embraces Chinese instruments and loops in latest Logic Pro X update

Apple has pushed a fresh update to Logic Pro X, bringing along a number of new features and tweaks, along with new Chinese instruments and loops.

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1Blocker comes to the Mac to keep web trackers off your back

1Blocker, the content blocking app which first launched for iPhone and iPad, has made its way to the Mac.

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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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