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Twitter announces 'while you were away' recap feature

Twitter has announced a new recap feature coming to its iOS app today. If you're a casual user of Twitter, you should start seeing recaps of tweets that Twitter thinks you'll find interesting. The groupings will also be marked with the helpful "while you were away."

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Logic Pro X brings the 'wub wub' in latest update

Logic Pro X picked up a rather substantial update today, the first it's seen since May of last year. Coming along for the ride are a whole host of enhancements to the UI, an expanded sound library, and 10 new drummers featuring a variety of hip hop and electronic styles. Yes, iMore faithful, that means you can finally be an aspiring dubstep artist.

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Curious about Microsoft's Windows 10 event? Here's what you need to know!

Lots of people still use their iPhones and iPads with Windows PCs, and lots of Mac owners still run Windows via Virtual Machine or through Bootcamp. So, we figure whatever it is Microsoft is getting ready to announce today for Windows 10 is probably going be of interest. Luckily, our friends over at Windows Central are on the ground in Redmond right now, ready to cover the stuffing out of it.

Here's how you can follow along:

And if anything iPhone, iPad, or Mac related comes up, we'll let you know all about it as well!

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Upcoming BBC News update will provide a personalized news experience for readers

The BBC has today announced a major overhaul of both the Android and iOS News apps will be rolled out at some point this week. The broadcaster will offer a more personalized news experience for readers, allowing them to select from a choice of specialized feeds, which include apps, technology, genetics and even Taylor Swift.

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Apple acquires Musicmetric to see just how popular today's artists are

Apple has made yet another interesting acquisition to really open 2015. The company has purchased London-based start-up Semetric for an unknown amount, absorbing the music analytics service Musicmetric. Musicmetric enables those in the music industry to track social and sales analytics, including streaming and even piracy.

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Dropbox to drop support for OS X 10.5 and earlier

According to a new report, Dropbox has begun sending out emails alerting users that its Mac app will no longer be supported on OS X 10.5 or earlier starting May 18.

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Khan Academy for iPad picks up interactive exercises in latest update

If you or your kids are looking to brush up on some educational topics, Khan Academy has just added over 150,000 educational exercises to its official iPad app. The popular education app previously only provided access to thousands of free videos and articles. However, the addition of exercises brings a more interactive experience for hands-on learners.

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Xamarin WatchKit Preview is now available for developers

Xamarin has today released a preview for WatchKit support in Xamarin Studio, enabling developers to create and test new Apple Watch apps directly inside the software package. The WatchKit Preview is now available for download from the Xamarin developer website

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Amazon brings unlimited photo storage to Prime members in Canada

Amazon has announced that Prime members in Canada now have access to unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos. In addition to Prime members, unlimited photo storage on Amazon Cloud Drive is available to Amazon Student and and Amazon Family members in Canada as well.

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For $5-a-month, AT&T subscribers can now place unlimited calls to Mexico

AT&T has revamped their AT&T World Connect $5 monthly international calling package to offer unlimited calls to Mexico. The news comes just days after AT&T got approval from the Mexican government for a $2.5 billion acquisition of Iusacell, Mexico's third-largest cellular carrier.

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