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Facebook's Moments arrives in the EU and Canada, but without facial recognition

Facebook has launched its Moments app in the EU and Canada, but has left its facial recognition feature out of the app in those territories.

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You can now invite your friends to Miitomo using SMS and email

Nintendo has updated the company's first smartphone app, Miitomo. This latest version bumps the app up to 1.2 and adds some interesting new features.

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Apple Music launch gave Spotify a shot in the arm, says exec

Spotify has seen faster growth since Apple Music launch a year ago, says company exec.

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Spotify set to continue push into video with original shows

Breaking further from its musical roots, Spotify is planning to venture into deeper into video with a slate of original shows.

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OneDrive iOS update includes Peek and Pop support for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

Microsoft has updated its OneDrive cloud storage app for iOS. It includes Peek and Pop support for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus for instant content preview.

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Opera's free unlimited VPN app for iOS lets you surf the web anonymously

Opera has launched a free VPN app on iOS that lets you browse the web anonymously from your iPhone and iPad. The app offers unlimited access to Opera's VPN service, with five countries available to choose from at launch: USA, Canada, Germany, Singapore, and The Netherlands.

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Microsoft updates iOS Office suite with support for Egnyte and Learnium

Microsoft has rolled out a batch of updates for its suite of Office apps on iOS. There's a new version of Excel, PowerPoint and Word. Here's what is new.

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Slinger: Snapchat's new BFF, and why you'll want to use it

The new social media app that goes hand-in-hand with Snapchat.

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Tweetbot's Topics will make creating your next 'tweetstorm' a snap

With its latest update, Tweetbot has introduced Topics, a way to easily group a series of related tweets on a single topic.

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How to cancel Netflix

So, you’re sick of “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black” and have taken refuge in the binge-watchable arms of another streaming service. Fair enough. If you don’t need your Netflix subscription anymore, just cancel.

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