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How to stop Facebook from constantly tracking and recording your location

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How to stop Facebook from constantly tracking and recording your location

Use Nearby Friends? If you don't want Facebook for iPhone tracking your every move, you're going to want to change your settings.

I like using Facebook to share what I want, when I want, and it's fair game. But many of us don't fancy a social network tracking our every move, even privately. If you use Facebook's Nearby Friends feature, however, you may be at risk of just that. If you'd prefer not to have a personal map of every place you've been accessible via your Facebook account, here's how to change your settings and put the social network back in its place.

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Apple Watch support is coming to Volvo's iPhone app in June

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Apple Watch support is coming to Volvo's iPhone app in June

Volvo has announced it will update its Volvo on Call app for the iPhone to include support for the Apple Watch in late June, allowing owners of the smartwatch to control various aspects of Volvo cars.

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The week's best Mac games: Sunset, Audiosurf 2, and more!

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The week's best Mac games: Sunset, Audiosurf 2, and more!

Here are the latest Mac gaming releases, hot off the digital presses!

Want to know which new Mac games are worth a look this week? Here are my five picks to check out if you're looking for something new and exciting: Read on for high-stakes narrative adventures, pumping rhythms, and fast-paced strategy.

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Audio Hijack 3.1 can listen for the sound of silence

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Audio Hijack 3.1 can listen for the sound of silence

Rogue Amoeba's Audio Hijack has been updated to version 3.1, adding the ability to monitor silence and take action on your recordings.

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Best travel accessories for iPhone, iPad, and Mac

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Best travel accessories for iPhone, iPad, and Mac

iPhone, iPads, and Macs are great travel companions, but they're even better ones with the right accessories.

No matter where you're going, bringing the right accessories for your iPhone or iPad can save you a lot of headaches while on the road or in the air. If you're traveling internationally, for example, you'll want to make sure you have the right adapters to charge your gear. If you need to bring multiple devices, a manageable way to keep cables in check is a must. Working on your iPad? A solid keyboard option should be considered.

If you're not exactly sure what you need, we can help you figure it out. Here are some of our favorite travel accessories for iPhone, iPad, and Mac that we never leave home without!

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Apple's newest New York City retail store opens June 13 on Madison Avenue

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Apple's newest New York City retail store opens June 13 on Madison Avenue

The latest Apple Store for the major New York City market is opening on June 13 at 940 Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, despite concerns by local residents that it might disrupt the neighborhood.

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Mobile Nations Community Update, May 2015

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Mobile Nations Community Update, May 2015

It's the end of the month, and that can only mean one thing: It's time for the Mobile Nations Community Update! As always, we're about to take a look at the happenings around our network, including Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Central.

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Spark brings a smart and fast email experience to the iPhone

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Spark brings a smart and fast email experience to the iPhone

Spark is a new smart, light and fast email client for your iPhone. The main idea behind the new email client is to make you fall in love with email once again.

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How to send someone your heartbeat with Apple Watch

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How to send someone your heartbeat with Apple Watch

Share an intimate moment with a close friend or family member by sending them your heartbeat using Apple Watch and Messages.

Your Apple Watch can read and record your heartbeat for health and fitness purposes, but it can also send that heartbeat in haptic vibration form to another Apple Watch wearer — if you'd like it to. Here's how to go about doing it.

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Switch to Mac: How to right click on your mouse or trackpad

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Switch to Mac: How to right click on your mouse or trackpad

If you're fresh from Windows, you're probably used to right-clicking your mouse to pull up contextual menus and other actions. You can do the same on the Mac, even without a right mouse button. Here's how!

If you've just switched to the Mac, you may find yourself a bit confused by how the Mac's mice and trackpad work. The Mac famously doesn't come with a mouse or trackpad that has a distinct right-mouse button. But that doesn't mean you can't right-click on the Mac. Whether you use the built-in trackpad on your Mac laptop, a Magic Trackpad, a Magic Mouse, or a third-party mouse that has a distinct right button, here's how to enable right-click menus on your Mac.

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How to remove glances from your Apple Watch

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How to remove glances from your Apple Watch

Removing Glances you don't use can make it faster to get to the ones you do.

Apple includes the Settings, Now Playing, Battery, Activity, Maps, Stocks, Weather, Calendar, and World Clock Glances on your Apple Watch by default, and you can add more from the App Store. But that can lead to a very long list, and a lot of swiping. To save yourself time and effort, you can easily remove the ones you don't use. Here's how!

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Square Enix releases Snack Truck Fever and Chaos Rings 3 for iPhone and iPad

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Square Enix releases Snack Truck Fever and Chaos Rings 3 for iPhone and iPad

Square Enix recently released Lara Croft: Relic Run, but the publisher has also launched two more titles: Snack Truck Fever and Chaos Rings 3.

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An Apple customer's thoughts on Google I/O 2015

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An Apple customer's thoughts on Google I/O 2015

Apple customers can and do use many of Google's services, making us Google customers as well.

While Apple's WWDC is of little interest to hard-core Android customers, Google I/O can and often is of significant interest to Apple customers. It's where Google shows off its big new initiatives and previews updates for its existing services. Some years, those are blips on the radar, here for a moment, gone the next. Other years their scope and implications shake the world. This year, for me, fell somewhere in the middle. Google was restrained, relatively speaking, and focused. Yet as much as they acknowledged the need to shore up what came before, the company's focus is clearly on what's coming next. And that's worth a deeper discussion.

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Shazam snags visual recognition for QR codes and images

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Shazam snags visual recognition for QR codes and images

Shazam has announced a new feature for its mobile app that adds visual recognition for QR codes and specific images.

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New Google Photos app now available for iPhone and iPad

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New Google Photos app now available for iPhone and iPad

The all new Google Photos app is now available for you to download to your iPhone or iPad.

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