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How to set up two-factor authentication for Twitter

Twitter can be a powerful mouthpiece for yourself, your brand, or your business — and an even more powerful weapon if your login credentials fall into the wrong hands. You can protect your account by enabling Twitter's two-factor authentication options; here's how.

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Week Weather for iPhone gives you 7 days of weather in a glance

Week Weather for iPhone is a new app that lets you view your current and upcoming weather quickly. The app provides an information-rich, yet easy-to-read outlook on a week's worth of weather.

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Blackrock Mountain will expand Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft in April

Developer Blizzard will release the next single player expansion for their popular card collecting game next month for the iPad.

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Best note apps for iPad

Whether typed notes or handwritten notes are your thing, these are the best note taking apps for iPad!

The iPad is a great productivity tool and that includes taking notes, whether you're in the classroom or the boardroom. The only thing you really have to decide is how you want to take notes. If your needs are simple, perhaps a simple text based app will do. If you're a student and want a better way to collect lecture notes and right down complicated formulas, you'll probably want something more advanced. Follow along and we'll help you decide which is the best iPad app to suit all your note taking needs!

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Apple mails out reminder about Aperture's ending

Apple is sending out email notices to everyone who bought Aperture in the Mac App Store, reminding them that the end is nigh.

Apple announced their intention to discontinue both Aperture and iPhoto back during WWDC 2014. This new notice reminds people that that's still happening — likely following the full consumer release of Photos for Mac at some point this spring —and that they will be able to migrate their Aperture library to Photos for Mac once it's released.

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Gmail for iPhone and iPad gets actionable notifications and a share extension

Gmail for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 4.0, bringing support for taking action on notifications, as well as a share extension.

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Microsoft launches preview for next version of Office for Mac

Microsoft has launched a preview for the next version of Office for Mac. Microsoft's productivity suite is expected to have its official release in the second half of 2015.

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Fitbit acquires FitStar video-based exercise apps for the iPhone and iPad

The Fitbit wearable device company has acquired FitStar, the developer of the video-based exercise apps for the iPhone and iPad.

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Breaking brings widget-optimized news to Notification Center

Keeping up with news using your favorite reader apps can be a breeze, but there's a new app on the block for both iOS and OS X called Breaking. As you may have already guessed, it delivers news articles straight to your Apple devices, but with a twist — it's optimized for the widget space in Notification Center

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Browse humorous GIF images with the new Imgur app for iPhone

Imgur has launched a new iPhone app to bring about a new browsing experience for those who enjoy using the image sharing service.

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