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Google recently rolled out several updates to its Maps app, including support for multiple destinations–a long-demanded feature that’s perfect for long, complicated trips. Google is celebrating, appropriately, with a “road trip” between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

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This New Android Is Like the Swiss Army Knife of Phones

The good: Super thin and attractive design, Moto Mods are easy to use, Snappy performance.The bad: Bloatware, Sometimes runs hot.Who should buy: Android fans looking for a customizable, premium smartphone.

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Tech Cruch

Emerging trends in enterprise mobility.

Writing for the Network World, Linda Musthaler – principal analyst with Essential Solutions Corp expounds on the four major trends in enterprise mobility whose impact will be hard to ignore in the coming years. 402 more words

Enterprise Mobility Management

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Been anywhere near a billboard recently? You’ve probably seen some magnificent photographs with “Shot on iPhone” plastered underneath. As a photographer, you’ve probably felt a pang of envy; why aren’t your photos up there for the world to see?

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Tech Cruch

Reading the links your friends share with you in Messenger is getting a little easier, starting today. Facebook says it’s beginning to roll out support for “Instant Articles” – the fast-loading, distraction-free versions of publishers’ sites – in its popular mobile messaging app.

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Walks Of Life

Earlier this week, Facebook gave a small group of reporters a tour of its Prineville, OR data center. In the process, the company also showed off its mobile device lab for testing on physical devices new iOS and Android versions of the Facebook app, Messenger and Instagram.

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