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Microsoft takes a crack at organizing the workplace with Project Sonoma

Microsoft's Project Sonoma, a workplace chat app for Android and iOS, helps employees manage shifts by reflecting them digitally. It's available in technical preview right now, with a broader launch to follow.
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Android 7.0 Nougat aims for inclusivity with its 72 new emojis

Google has finally taken the wraps off of the newest version of Android, Android 7.0 Nougat, which comes with a number of great new emojis. Here are the new one you'll get in the new operating system.
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Gionee S6s might be average on the inside, but it’s all style on the outside

Chinese manufacturer Gionee announced the S6s, a slightly improved version of the S6 it announced a few month ago. Much like the original, the S6s focuses on the selfie lover crowd with a strong front-facing sensor.
Mobile

Apple and Samsung positively dominate smartphone profits worldwide

Samsung and Apple dominate smartphone profitability worldwide, and it's not even close. According to an analysis by Cannaccord Genuity, the two smartphone makers combine to make up more than 100 percent of the industry's profits.
Social Media

No stopping Instagram: App joins the billion-downloads club on Google Play

Instagram has become just the 19th app to hit a billion downloads on the Google Play Store. The milestone marks Facebook's fourth entry on the exclusive list, further cementing its dominance in the mobile app market.
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T-Mobile subscribers can now get access to free Wi-Fi in Singapore — for now

If you're a T-Mobile customer traveling to Singapore, you'll no longer need to leave your internet connection behind. T-Mobile has announced a new initiative allowing T-mobile subscribers to access hundreds of Wi-Fi hotspots in Singapore.
Social Media

Twitter goes dark on iOS, thanks to new night mode

Twitter for iOS users are finally being treated to night mode, a feature that has been an Android exclusive since July. The new option gives the Twitter app a dark theme, making it ideal for low-light conditions.
Mobile

Should you upgrade to T-Mobile One in September? We break it down

T-Mobile announced a new unlimited data plan recently and the question is if you should upgrade when it launches in September. Existing customers can stay on their current plan, and Simple Choice fixed data rates are still an option.
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Forget the assembly line: MIT is making phones that can assemble themselves

Phones may soon not be so hard to assemble -- MIT is building phones that can build themselves. The process simply involves a little energy, a self-locking parts system, and a tumbler.
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¡Bienvenidos! AT&T will soon offer roaming service in Cuba

Following in the footsteps of competitors T-Mobile and Verizon, AT&T has officially inked an agreement with Cuba that allows for roaming and direct interconnection with Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba (ETECSA).
Computing

Microsoft’s Office 365 suite just got smarter by freeing Genee from its bottle

Microsoft said that it has acquired Genee, an intelligent service for scheduling meetings. Slated for Office 365, it's backed by a proprietary algorithm that is fine-tuned for natural language processing and decision making.
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This app for iOS will help you easily test your water for lead 2:28

CitizenSpring, a new iOS app from Connected Future Labs, makes testing water sources for lead -- and spotting nearby contamination -- surprisingly easy. It has launched on Kickstarter.