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Apple is reportedly working on new sleep and fitness apps for the Apple Watch

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Apple is reportedly getting ready to launch two new Apple Watch apps.

Leaked video appears to show Snapchat’s long-rumored smart sunglasses

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Snapchat may be moving closer to launching its long-rumored wearable.

A video of what appears to be a commercial for the device — apparently called “Spectacles” — has surfaced, suggesting that the company may be getting ready for a launch.

The video was first spotted by Business Insider’s Biz Carson, who managed to capture the video before Snapchat had it removed from YouTube. The 30-second spot is light on details but clearly shows the glasses capturing videos, which are then shared via a…

Google’s smart speaker will be cheaper than the Amazon Echo, report says

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Amazon might be getting a little worried.

Pricing details for Google’s upcoming smart speaker, the Amazon Echo-like Google Home, may have just been leaked and they suggest that Google’s speaker will be a lot cheaper than Amazon’s.

The speaker will sell for $129 when it goes on sale later this year, according to a report in Android Police. Google Home, which the company first introduced at its I/O developer conference…

9 apps that’ll help you make a positive impact on the world every day

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Want to save the world? There’s an app for that.

In Australia alone, there’s a bunch apps developed specifically to transform your in-phone behaviour into practical benefits for society.

9 apps that’ll help you make a positive impact on the world every day

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Want to save the world? There’s an app for that.

In Australia alone, there’s a bunch apps developed specifically to transform your in-phone behaviour into practical benefits for society.

Self-driving car trial in Singapore opens to (some) Grab app users

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It’s been nearly impossible catching a ride with Nutonomy’s self-driving car in Singapore, but chances just got raised a little because the driving tech startup has opened seats to users of ride-hailing app, Grab.

Nutonomy is an MIT spin-out that has been running limited closed trials of its self-driving car in a small business park in Singapore.

Facebook Messenger adds group chat Polls and AI payment suggestions

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7 reasons why you shouldn’t update your iPhone to iOS 10

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iOS 10, like every new release of Apple’s mobile operating system, is a compelling update that’s full of new features, including a beefed up Messages app, redesigned Apple Music and Maps apps, richer notifications and better widget support.

A less sexy reason to update to iOS 10 is for its the security updates, which will protect you from getting hacked.

How to keep your Google Allo messages secure and private

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Google launched its new Allo texting app Wednesday, and it’s pretty fun. You can use it to get information from a bot, send your friends doodles, mess with font sizes — all that good stuff.

But stop yourself before sending anything that might be incriminating. (Not a bad rule of thumb on the internet.) By default, Allo will store your messages on Google’s servers, a number of outlets reported Wednesday, which means they can be accessed by the tech corporation — and theoretically turned over…

Tinder’s newest app, Tinder Stacks, lets you swipe on anything

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