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New to MacOS? Here are 30 of the best apps available

There are literally hundreds of thousands of great software programs compatible with MacOS, but which should you download? Look no further than our tightly-curated list of the best Mac apps, which takes into account the App Store and web.

How to get Google's Pixel features on your Android phone

Envious of the many new software features on Google's Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones? Don't fret. With a little bit of tinkering, you can get many of the same flagship features on your current Android device.
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Make America tweet again! Trump twitterbot is running for president

Donald Trump’s newest presidential challenger is a twitterbot that sounds a lot like the man himself. DeepDrumpf, a deep-learning bot trained on Trump’s own words, just announced its run for president and launched a GoFundMe for…

Blindsave protective gear shelters you from the bumps and bruises of B-ball

Tired of getting battered and bruised while playing basketball? Blindsave claims it has developed the world's first protective equipment that conforms to the body and is light enough to wear while shooting hoops.

Simplicity breeds success: the lasting impact of AOL Instant Messenger

Today, AOL Instant Messenger is a relic of the early internet, but the innovations made during its development have had a profound impact on the way we communicate online and using our smartphones.
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Now Japanese megaco Softbank is eyeballing Twitter

Will Twitter be acquired by a larger corporation for upward of $20 billion later this month? We’ve compiled the essential roundup of all the rumors surrounding the tech acquisition that has everyone talking.
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It looks like Instagram is testing live video on the beta version of its app

Could Instagram be about to follow parent company Facebook with the launch of its very own live broadcasting function? A user of the beta version of the app has spotted a number of live video features within its camera interface.
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Facebook’s first Live Video ad campaign encourages you to stream everyday life

Facebook is launching a large-scale ad campaign on the streets of the U.S. and U.K. in a bid to get more people to start streaming using its Live Video service. The ads feature crowdsourced video clips and live-streaming tutorials.
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Facebook caves on censorship, will allow more NSFW news content

Facebook will start allowing more “newsworthy” content deemed to be of "public interest" on to its site even if those items break its Community Standards pertaining to nudity and graphic violence.

Alcatel's new phones deliver respectable hardware at a low price

Alcatel's releasing four new low-end phones that won't break the bank: the Pop 4S, the Pop 4 Plus, and two models of Pixi handset. They're launching in Best Buy and Amazon later this year.

Here’s your first look at Lucid Motors’ 900-horsepower, 300-mile Tesla fighter

California-based Lucid Motors has released several teaser images of its upcoming electric production car. Lucid Motors is led by former Tesla VP and Model S Chief Engineer Peter Rawlinson.

Lamborghini goes to school partnering with MIT for future super sports cars

Lamborghini's desire to be seen as a trendsetter in super luxury sports cars has led a partnership with MIT students and faculty for technology development. The primary focus will be on new materials for the automotive industry.