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How to edit YouTube videos on your iPhone before uploading

Google added three in-app editing tools to its YouTube app for iOS.

By October 6, 2015

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Unions charge T-Mobile with shady business practices

A complaint with the FCC accuses the "Uncarrier" of adding unauthorized charges to customer bills and deceptive advertising practices.

By January 27, 2016

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How to share your iMovie for iOS video

You have a variety of options for uploading the movie or trailer you made in iMovie right from your iPhone.

By February 9, 2016

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Facebook plays catch-up with launch of new image uploader

Competing with apps like Snapchat and Line, the tech goliath's iPhone app adds stickers, colorful overlay text and more to its photo-editing tools.

By June 29, 2015

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Almost no one is using Android Marshmallow, still

Four months after its launch, the latest version of Google's mobile software is only on 1.2 percent of Android devices. That's actually a big jump from last month.

By February 3, 2016

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Nintendo's next smartphone game will star well-known character

Mario company teases its next smartphone game and says it's looking into virtual reality.

By February 1, 2016

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Survey: Only 5 percent of devs working on Wii U, 2 percent for 3DS

PC was the top platform, followed by PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in this new survey.

By January 28, 2016

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OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive and Box: Which cloud storage service is right for you?

If you're ready to take the plunge into storing your files, photos, and more in the cloud but need help deciding which service is right for your needs and wallet, we've got you covered.

By February 19, 2014

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Nokia rolls out YouTube Upload app for Lumia phones

The new app lets certain Lumia phone users upload their videos directly to YouTube.

By July 25, 2013

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Dropbox clears 1 billion file uploads per day

Each day, the online storage company's 100 million users save more files than people tweet, CEO Drew Houston says. Next up: Dropbox family plans?

By February 27, 2013