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Isn’t Apple’s big secret obvious?

Isn’t Apple’s big secret obvious?

In the past few weeks we've seen some real crazy rumors about what Apple will present today at their big education event. They've included cheaper iPads, a new MacBook Air, and even a new iMac Pro. One wildly maniacal rumor suggested Apple was making a new iPad to fight the last vestiges of resistance in the Android tablet market. But what's most obvious - and most likely - isn't what Apple's hiding. It's what Apple's already made plainly obvious.

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Apple Event March 27: Here’s what we expect

Apple Event March 27: Here’s what we expect

An Apple education event was scheduled for March 27th, 2018, and several news outlets suggest there'll be a new iPad. However, as far as what'll ACTUALLY be there, one needs only look back on a similar event that took place in early January of the year 2012. Back then, we expected Apple might reveal a new iPad, a new MacBook - any sort of new hardware, really. In reality, they showed off some new software for teachers and students.

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Facebook should be paying you

Facebook should be paying you

Facebook's call records, SMS, and contacts collecting are the headline of the day - but that's old news to you. You knew a long time ago that Facebook was harvesting your data, and you don't care. What would anyone want with your info anyway? You're just an everyday average person, after all, surely there's no reason to worry that Facebook workers would take the time to read your boring old communications and contact list, right?

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Fortnite mobile invite codes and Android incoming

Fortnite mobile invite codes and Android incoming

It's apparent Fortnite mobile is taking over the lives of young people everywhere. Today we've seen one whole heck of a lot of chatter from both teachers and students at highschools across the United States - it's madness. And it's not only Fortnite - it's PUBG too. One is on multiple platforms and is free and open to everyone, while the other is only on iOS and needs an invite to participate.

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Apple’s new emojis are accessibility-centric

Apple’s new emojis are accessibility-centric

Apple submitted a new set of accessibility emojis to the Unicode Consortium earlier today. There's a robot arm, a hearing aid, a service dog, and a few other excellent suggestions in the mix. If the guide dog doesn't make you say "OH MY GOSH PUPPY CUTE," the prosthetic limbs just might.

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Snapchat Map Explore might make you put your phone away

Snapchat Map Explore might make you put your phone away

Snapchat's Snap Map feature is getting a fairly big update, it would appear. Rolling out over the next few weeks is a new feature called Map Explore, which aims to make Snap Map easier to use. Who knows - once this update is in place, you might be prompted to spend more time with your friends in real life and less time on Snapchat being a passive observer to what they have going on.

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Instagram puts newer posts back on top

Instagram puts newer posts back on top

Instagram went back to a different sort of setup now, not the same as the setup that just was, not quite what was a while ago. The changes mainly put newer posts back on top of the Instagram feed instead of having the whole thing mixed up according to the Instagram robot overlords whimsical decision-making skills. This update was made "to give you more control over your feed and ensure the posts you see are timely."

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Google Assistant adds Google Pay voice-control on iOS and Android

Google Assistant adds Google Pay voice-control on iOS and Android

The Google Assistant is getting a new job as debt enforcer, with new integrations with Google Pay that allow you to simply ask to send and receive payments. The new functionality is aimed at further reducing the headache involved in settling IOUs in an increasingly cashless environment, not to mention encouraging more Google Pay users.

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Siri can now control your Tesla Model 3

Siri can now control your Tesla Model 3

AI assistants can do a lot for us these days, from telling you jokes to warming up your home just the way you want it. How about opening your car? If you have a Tesla Model S or Model X, that has been on the table since November last year. But what if all that you have is the more budget-friendly Model 3? If you update your Tesla iOS app to the latest version, you will. Now you can finally tell Siri to unlock your Tesla Model 3. Hopefully, it’s really you telling it to do so.

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Instagram beefs up bios with hashtag and profile links

Instagram beefs up bios with hashtag and profile links

It seems that Instagram pushes a new feature out the door every few weeks, and lately, some of these new features have centered around hashtags and what you can do with them. Back in December, Instagram rolled out the ability to follow hashtag pages directly, ditching the need to search for them every time you wanted to see content associated with a particular one. Today, Instagram hashtags are receiving more functionality in a rather small update that could have a big effect on your user bio.

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Subscribe with Google makes a lot of sense for some news

Subscribe with Google makes a lot of sense for some news

Subscribe with Google was introduced today to bring online newspaper subscriptions into Google's warm embrace. The announcement was made by Google's Jim Albrecht, Project Management Director for Subscribe with Google. "Today we’re announcing Subscribe with Google," said Albrecht, "the simple way to subscribe to news publications and maintain access everywhere: websites, apps, even search results."

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Jabra Elite 65e wireless earbuds bring on pro noise cancellation

Jabra Elite 65e wireless earbuds bring on pro noise cancellation

This week the folks at Jabra revealed the Jabra Elite 65e wireless earbuds. These earbuds are connected to one-another with a wire that runs along the back of the neck of the wearer. With this new pair of earbuds, users are able to take advantage of ANC, Active Noise Cancellation, "providing two levels of noise cancellation" so that you'll never have to hear the gym play Steve Winwood again.

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