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OneNote gets easy video embedding and many more new features

Microsoft announced a veritable bonanza of new features for its OneNote note taking software across multiple platforms on Thursday. Here's the breakdown.

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Facebook in the zone: 5 things it’s doing right

With all the positive news that came out of Facebook's earnings call, the social networking giant has hit the zone.

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How Snapchat paves the way for future of location marketing

Snapchat has made location a standout feature of its social network. The company's geofilters and live stories curated for specific locations demonstrate the importance of place in social media, and its campaign to capitalize on...

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Despite growth, Twitter still disappoints

Twitter is a company doing really cool things, but it continues to disappoint investors.

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Google Calendar takes the headache out of scheduling work meetings

Google Calendar's Android app has a new feature aimed at taking the headache out of scheduling meetings.

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Pizza Hut turns to algorithms and GPS tracking to increase sales

Yup, it’s the 'Uber-ization' of pizza, as Pizza Hut joins the wave of chain restaurants embracing tech.

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Microsoft's Word Flow a surprisingly solid iOS keyboard — with one caveat

Word Flow is Microsoft's mobile keyboard for Windows phones and now iPhones. It's particularly useful for typing with one hand on larger Apple smartphones, but it also presents some significant privacy and security risks.

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Is Facebook playing catch-up with possible camera app?

Facebook may be developing a stand-alone camera app, but industry analysts say it's likely too late for the company to displace Snapchat, the highly popular photo-messaging app.

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Facebook’s rumored camera app sounds like a Snapchat-Periscope hybrid

Facebook wants another shot at spontaneous photo and video sharing with a standalone camera app.

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Top 10 mobile apps for business executives

Anyone with a smartphone or tablet knows that a good app can make life easier -- and business executives are no exception. These are the top 10 consumer apps that business people turn to for day-to-day productivity.

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ResearchKit: Can Apple solve the big first mile problem in healthcare ?

Solving the first and last mile problems in healthcare requires a transformative approach with technology. Early efforts by Jefferson Health and REACHnet provide some insights into what is to come.

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3 things you need to know about today's popular messaging apps

Modern messaging apps do so much more than just send messages, and many are now hubs for a variety of activities. Here are three things you should know about Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, iMessage and other popular message apps.

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Google I/O to shine a spotlight on Android

Android's newest features will get plenty of attention at the Google's developers conference next month

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LinkedIn Students app helps graduates get gigs

Students and recent graduates are LinkedIn's fastest-growing audience, and the company this week released a new app that's designed to ease the post-college job search process.

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Indians can now tweet for air pollution data

Indians love to discuss the weather and more recently the pollution that is on the increase in some of its cities. A new tool from Twitter could help people stay updated on pollution levels.

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Why enterprise developers could save Windows 10 Mobile

Microsoft continues to bleed mobile market share with Windows 10 Mobile, so why are some enterprise developers betting big on the platform's eventual success in the corporate world.

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Apple’s iBooks Store and iTunes Movies shut down by Chinese government

A Chinese regulator is said to have ordered Apple to shut down its iBooks Store and iTunes Movies only six months after the services were launched in the country.

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Uber settles with drivers without compromising on their contractor status

Uber Technologies has arrived at a settlement with drivers in two lawsuits that could see the company paying up to US$100 million, but without a change in the classification of its drivers from independent contractors to employees.

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