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.

GoPro shows off VR solutions with new Omni rig and online portal

Having already dominated the now over-saturated action cam market, GoPro is focusing on the emerging virtual reality market. In addition to launching a new online portal, it has a new rig for capturing 360-degree videos using six Hero4…

For group vacations, or just pizza, Clink makes it easier to save with friends

Clink, a no-fee savings and investing app, just rolled out a new feature that allows groups of users to save money together. Now, you can save for a group trip with friends, split large purchases with family members and more.
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College students have a new career starter app with LinkedIn Student

Focusing on college students who are just starting to build their resume and career search, LinkedIn Student launched Monday as a mobile app for U.S. students. Information is provided based on major, graduation date, and activity on the…

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.

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.

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.

Get everything you need except your drugs at the CVS curb

You'll still have to pick up prescriptions in the store or at the drive through window, but otherwise, anything you want that CVS sells can be picked up curbside if you order an hour ahead with the mobile app.

Malware watchdog: Here’s what Google does to keep Android devices uninfected

Google did a bang-up job keeping its users safe in 2015, by scanning more than 400 million handsets a day and keeping a vigilant eye on its Play Store, making sure that no more than 0.15 percent of all users experienced some form of…

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.

Best app deals of the day! 10 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…

Pocket Racing brings toy cars into the 21st century

Pocket Racing uses custom, actuated toy cars to seamlessly blend real-world play with a digital racing game for Android and iOs tablets. Its Kickstarter campaign is currently underway.
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Tinder to pay tuition for student who quit sorority over profile pic controversy

Shannon Workman quit her sorority after it found her Tinder profile pic to be in violation of its rules of conduct. Tinder CEO Sean Rad personally contacted Workman to offer the company's support.
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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.

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…

Is this a sign that new 12-inch MacBooks are about to arrive?

Best Buy supposedly no longer has the 12-inch MacBook in stock, seemingly backing up rumors that a new version will arrive by late April. The store also has the MacBook Air on sale, indicating that new updated units may arrive soon too.

Google Play Music adds podcast support on the web and Android

Google Play Music Podcasts has finally launched, and there's 20 titles sitting in the Top Charts. The update is rolling out on the Web and on Android today, but unfortunately it's only available for users in the U.S. and Canada.

Apple: Government fails to show that assistance is ‘necessary’

Apple has responded to a Justice Department's letter which said that it needed the Cupertino company's help in unlocking an iPhone in a New York case. Apple says the government hasn't shown evidence that it requires the firm's assistance.