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Apple makes iWork suite free for everyone

Apple's iWork suite, as well as iMovie and GarageBand, are now free on all iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices, not just those purchased in 2013 and later.

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Steve Lacy produces all his music like any 18-year-old would: On his iPhone

Hip-hop/R&B producer Steve Lacy starts everything off on his iPhone with nothing but an iRig and GarageBand.

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Snapchat dives head-first into AR with new World Lenses

Snapchat has announced new World Lenses — AR elements for your rear-facing snaps.

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Save over 95% on this Complete Java Programming Bundle

Are you second guessing your own career path, or simply interested in learning the basics of coding? Maybe you’re considering heading back to school to study Computer Science, but really who can afford to put their life on hold for more schooling?

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You can add Reddit to your MacBook Pro Touch Bar

If you could do anything with the MacBook Pro Touch Bar, what tools would you create?

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Instagram introduces Collections aka the newest feature for your saved posts

Today, Instagram announced something called Collections, a feature that lets users sort any IG post they’ve bookmarked into different categories for easy viewing & organizing!

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Union Square Apple Store hosting conversation with Al Gore and Lisa Jackson on April 19

The Apple Store at Union Square in San Francisco will host a conversation about the environment with former Vice President Al Gore and Apple VP Lisa Jackson.

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Grab Samsung's Level U Pro Bluetooth headphones for just $50 today

Bluetooth headphones have become more popular in the recent years, especially as manufacturers drop support of headphone jacks and Samsung’s Level U Pro are a great option to consider for just $50 today!

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Apple Watch SOS saves lives — get to know it now

How Apple Watch can call for help — even when you may not be able to.

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Apple granted permit to publicly test self-driving cars in California

Apple has officially been granted a permit to test self-driving cars on the public roads of California.

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