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ChitChat is Snapchat for voice messages

A new app lets you send short voice messages to your friends that are deleted once heard.

By September 7, 2014

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Get ready, groupies. Spotify puts VIP access to bands up for sale

The streaming music service joins with Bandpage to let musicians sell experiences to fans like private concerts, duets, and pre-show parties.

By August 13, 2014

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AR messaging app lets you leave notes in the real world

Traces offers a new way of messaging that allows you to leave digital surprises in real-life locations.

By August 5, 2014

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EA vows not to nix games from EA Access subscription service

Electronic Arts' all-you-can-play service for select video games won't yank titles off the table, says executive Peter Moore.

By August 8, 2014

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Trace the past with NY Public Library's Open Access Maps Project

GPS can't quite capture the beauty of historical maps. Thanks to the Lionel Pincus & Princess Firyal Map Division at the New York Public Library, 20,000 high-res maps are now available for download.

By April 7, 2014

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Japanese messaging app Line may go for US-only IPO

Line has already applied for an initial public offering in Tokyo, but the app's parent company reportedly has its eyes on Wall Street.

By July 16, 2014

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Adobe promises access to Lightroom photos even after subscription ends

After a course correction in the newest Lightroom version, people who cancel Creative Cloud subscriptions still will be able to manage, print, and export photos.

By July 12, 2014

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Twitter's Facebook-like profile now available to all

With a massive photo up top and your bio along the left, the social network's new design smacks of Facebook's Timeline.

By April 22, 2014

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Get elevation info for bike routes in Google Maps

Google Maps finally answers a common bike route question: How hilly is it?

By May 21, 2014

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Twitter's Costolo still struggles to send message to Wall Street

Despite Twitter’s stock plummet, CEO Dick Costolo’s job seems safe -- for now. But he needs to explain his strategy better.

By May 2, 2014