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Chrome-based offline editing of specific Drive files comes to Google Apps clients

Google has rolled out a new feature to Google Apps users that allows them to edit specific files stored in Drive offline within the Chrome browser for PC. The company has not indicated when this feature will be available for public use.
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Now you can replace your face with a giant cat emoji in Snapchat videos

Wish your face was a little more yellow? In the latest Snapchat update, you can plaster an emoji over the top of it and have that emoji move around the screen. The update is out on Android and iOS.
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Pinterest just dropped a revamped iOS app that will load 3x faster than before

Pinterest has completely revamped its iOS app. The new app not only features a sleek and stylish new design, but, perhaps more importantly, it has been totally rebuilt under-the-hood to now load a whopping three times faster.
Mobile

We tried on an augmented reality dinosaur t-shirt, and it was awesome

Dinosaurs are cool, and although VR is getting all the attention, AR (augmented reality) can be cool too. Put the two together and you get this amazing AR-enhanced dinosaur t-shirt that you'll want to wear right now, regardless of your age.
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How to use the Huawei P9’s superb dual-lens camera 4:48

Huawei partnered with camera experts Leica to make the P9's amazing dual-lens camera, which is overflowing with cool features. Here's how to use the phone to take great pictures and edit the images you shoot.
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Google’s Camera app gets an Android N makeover with slow-mo video and more

Google added features like slow motion capture from the Android N preview to the Google Camera app in the Play Store. If your device is compatible with the app version, you can also snap photos while recording.
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Google Analytics gets a facelift, lets you share reports

Google Analytics just got a visual overhaul, bringing it up to speed with Material Design guidelines. The logo also got a facelift, and you can also swipe through dimensions as well as share your reports.
Mobile

Google confirms Android N supports pressure-sensitive displays

Google has confirmed that Android N will support pressure-sensitive displays, which pairs well with the new launcher shortcut feature. We'll likely find out more information at Google I/O in May.
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Excited for drones? Green energy? Motif lets you invest in ideas, not stocks

Think you can outsmart the market? Motif will let you build and sell your own investing portfolios based on the things you care about and want to support. You can design portfolios around ideas, strategies, and more.
Mobile

Viber flicks on encryption, adds Hidden Chats feature

Viber's more than 711 million users can now enjoy encrypted messaging, safe from third-party snooping. A new Hidden Chats feature will also hide your conversations from the main screen of the app.
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WeChat Enterprise could be the app to take down Slack

It looks like Slack is about to go to battle. WeChat has finally launched its take on an office chat app, called WeChat Enterprise. The app is being dubbed by fans as WeSlack, and offers a number of interesting features.
Mobile

NYPD sides with FBI in the war against unbreakable encryption

The New York Police Department wants legislation that would weaken encryption and allow access into criminal's phones for investigations. But a new poll found that Americans trust tech companies more than the government to keep their data…