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Twitter’s Engage app helps celebrities keep track of their latest selfie’s traction

Twitter's Engage app, which is available to all iOS users in the US, does away with a timeline in favor of mentions and stats. It debuts as Twitter is struggling to grow and retain users.
Virtual Reality

A rock star designed this VR viewer for your phone, after being inspired by Victorian tech

Tired of tech with no soul? How about a VR viewer for your phone with a design that's inspired by Victorian technology, and designed by real life rock star Brian May? You'll want the Owl Stereoscope, and we've tried it out.
Computing

The new ways MacOS Sierra works with your iPhone or iPad

MacOS Sierra comes with all new benefits for your iPad and iPhone. Here are a few of the bigger features -- i.e. the Universal Keyboard, Apple Pay support -- to watch out for when the OS releases this fall.
Mobile

Look ma, no bezels! The iPhone 7S may boast a borderless screen

Apple's iPhone 7 isn't out yet, but iPhone 7S rumors are already heating up the internet. Here's everything you need to know about the iPhone 7S, including rumors that it'll have an AMOLED screen and a glass back.
Mobile

Refugee rescue app pulled from App Store for offering false information

I Sea, an app that claimed to offer real-time information on refugees who might need help at sea, has been pulled from the App Store after it was revealed that the app offers false information.
Computing

Microsoft Flow wants to steal the workflow app crown

Microsoft's Flow service now has its own companion application. It doesn't yet allow you to build new workflows, but you can manage them from there and have it send you a push notification if something goes wrong.
Computing

AirPort users, don't ignore the latest firmware update! It patches a critical security bug

If you own an Apple Airport base station, install the latest update. It patches a memory exploit that could allow the execution of arbitrary code, in effect giving an attacker full control over the router.
Apple

Apple brings summer camp indoors for tech-minded youngsters

An Apple Store might not be the traditional setting for summer camp, but tech-minded youngsters will certainly be tempted by the prospect of Apple Camp 2016.
Mobile

Google takes the the hassle out of 2-step verification

If you have 2-step Verification turned on, you know fumbling for your phone can be a hassle when you need to quickly login to a Google account. Not anymore -- Google has made the process simpler with push notification Google prompts.
Mobile

Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
Mobile

Read ebooks? You may be about to receive a payment from Apple

If you bought an ebook from Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Kobo between between 2010 and 2012, you could be about to receive a payment. The refunds are linked to Apple's $450 million settlement of its long-running ebook price-fixing…
Mobile

India’s new rules might make it easier for Apple to (finally) open stores in the country

The Indian government has announced it's relaxing its local sourcing rules that companies needed to follow if they wanted an official retail presence in the country. The rule changes could pave the way for Apple Stores.