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Instagram adds location-based geostickers to Instagram Stories

Instagram is adding a new feature to its Instagram Stories platform. The app will now display location-based "geostickers" that only appear in certain locations.

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Apple's Bozoma Saint John makes list of the 'Most Powerful Women in Business'

Apple Music's Bozoma Saint John has been named by Black Enterprise as one of the most powerful women in business.

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Copy any art style you want with Prisma's newest update!

If you were on social media in the summer of 2016, you probably caught a glimpse of a photo that had been edited with Prisma. Now, the app has a brand new update that lets users get creative!

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Sonos PLAYBASE is off-the-wall wireless for home theater

Sonos PLAYBASE is a connected soundbar for those of us who don't mount our TVs on the wall.

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Apple opening WWDC scholarship submissions on March 27

Apple will be opening scholarship submissions for WWDC 2017 on March 27. Recipients will receive a ticket to the conference and lodging free of charge.

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Keep your internet browsing encrypted with VPNSecure, now 91% off

Banking information. Mortgage payment history. Your important documents. Nearly all of your life is online these days, and while convenient that can be scary.

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Fitbit's new Alta HR tracks heart rate and sleep for a week

There's a new Fitbit coming, and it's got a week's worth of battery life, a stylish look, and a heart rate monitor.

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No, Snorlax isn't spawning in Pokémon Go right now — except for Japan!

Where have all the Snorlax gone? To Kumamoto region, Japan, for a special event. But don't panic just yet — it's only for a week!

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Apple releasing 32GB iPhone 6 in gold at some carriers in Asia

Apple's iPhone 6, initially released in 2014, is getting a new lease on life at some carriers in Asia with a gold 32GB model.

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What is an alternative mobile carrier?

Also known as MVNOs, alternative mobile carriers are often cheaper and just as reliable — with fewer frills and headaches — than the networks they rely on.

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