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MLB At Bat mobile app updated in time for Opening Day

MLB At Bat mobile app updated in time for Opening Day

MLB At Bat is the official mobile app for everything baseball during the season. The league updated the app last month for the 2013 season, but the overal layout remained the same. However, the iOS app has been updated again, coming with a slight redesign, the addition of a classic games library, and Apple Passbook support.

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Google Play Movies adds info cards for actors, actresses

Google Play Movies adds info cards for actors, actresses

We all hate it when we're watching a movie or TV show and we can't put a name with the face. It's happened to the best of us, but Google has a solution that looks to take the embarrassment out of trying to guess that actor's/actress's name. Hot on the heels of Amazon's expansion of its X-Ray feature, Google has added "info cards" to the Google Play Movies & TV app.

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Evernote for Windows Phone updates with redesign, improved tags, and more

Evernote for Windows Phone updates with redesign, improved tags, and more

Windows Phone users who are yearning for a better Evernote experience on their mobile devices are now in luck. The app just received a major update today that comes with a complete redesign, as well as a slew of new features, including improved tag lists, stack support, and a more user-friendly interface.

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Gmail for iOS updates with new edit mode, navigation tweaks

Gmail for iOS updates with new edit mode, navigation tweaks

Gmail for iOS has come a long way since it first released on Apple's platform, but it's always been missing a few things that would make it the ultimate mobile email app. However, Google is getting a step closer to that with a new update today that introduces swiping between conversations, as well as taking action on multiple emails at once.

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Google brings live transit data to New York and Salt Lake City

Google brings live transit data to New York and Salt Lake City

Public transportation carries millions upon millions of people to and from their destinations every day, so it makes sense that Google is wanting to bump up its public transit options in Google Maps in order to cater to more users. Case in point: the company just released live transit information for New York City and Salt Lake City, while adding service alerts in Washington DC.

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Microsoft confirms Windows Blue

Microsoft confirms Windows Blue

We've been hearing a lot about Windows Blue through the grapevine, but Microsoft has finally confirmed that something dealing with the codename "Blue" is coming eventually. While the company specifically mentioned that a product with "Blue" in the title wouldn't be hitting the market, it seems that all of these recent leaks and rumors may have validity.

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Nintendo Wii U update coming in April

Nintendo Wii U update coming in April

Nintendo has heard its Wii U gamers loud and clear: the Wii U's loading times are pretty slow, but the company has announced that an update for the console will be arriving next month, but they just can't hold back their excitement for the update, so they have released a video showcasing the speed improvements of its new console.

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Google Chrome for desktop updates with improved spell checking

Google Chrome for desktop updates with improved spell checking

Google Chrome for Windows, OS X, and Linux received a fairly hefty update today. The browser got bumped up to version 26, and it comes with spell check improvements, desktop shortcuts for multiple profiles on Windows, and an asynchronous DNS resolver on Mac and Linux versions, as well as the usual bugfixes and performance improvements.

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Microsoft to roll out Mail, Calendar and People app updates tomorrow

Microsoft to roll out Mail, Calendar and People app updates tomorrow

Microsoft has announced that it will roll out updates for People, Calendar, and Mail in the Windows Store tomorrow, promising "big improvements" in terms of both new features and improvements to current features. The updates are touted as making it easier to organize and manage accounts and the apps across both the work and personal life spectrums, and to do so in a way that is seamless and unobtrusive.

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Evernote for Android updates, 1 year premium service free for Deutsche Telekom users

Evernote for Android updates, 1 year premium service free for Deutsche Telekom users

Big news on the Evernote front today. The popular note-taking app received a hefty update on Android, and the company also announced a partnership with European wireless carrier Deutsche Telekom that would see all of the carrier's customers eligible for one year of Evernote Premium for free, which is a 40-euro value (approximately $52).

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Speedtest.net for iOS updates with all-new design

Speedtest.net for iOS updates with all-new design

When it comes to all of the interesting apps that do one thing well, Speedtest.net is one of the best out there, and we sometimes use it to test out new LTE markets for hands-on sessions and reviews. The app gives you both your download and upload speeds either over WiFi or a data connection, and it received a big update today for iOS users. It comes with an all-new design, as well as iPhone 5 support, and a few new features.

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Apple Podcasts app updated with iCloud, custom stations, and playlists

Apple Podcasts app updated with iCloud, custom stations, and playlists

Apple hasn't given a lot of attention to its Podcasts app recently. Of course, it hasn't been very popular amongst the podcast-listening crowd, especially when there are great options like Downcast competing against it. However, Apple has updated its Podcasts app with several new features, including custom stations, playlists, and iCloud integration.

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