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Instagram breaks out of the square

After five years of square-shaped tyranny, Instagram will finally allow users to post portrait and landscape photos and videos.

The Facebook-owned photo-sharing tool announced the change Thursday morning. To start posting photos in their original…

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Facebook hits 1 billion users in a single day

Facebook hit an unprecedented benchmark: 1 billion users in a single day.

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Apple to make (iPhone 6S?) announcement on September 9

The invitations have arrived. Apple's will hold a press event in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 9, at which it is widely expected to debut its new generation of iPhones.

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Windows 10 downloaded 75 million times

Windows 10 is now running on an astounding 75 million PCs.

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Facebook and Twitter suspend suspected shooter's accounts

Facebook and Twitter suspended the accounts of the shooter in Wednesday's deaths of two Virginia TV journalists.

A user by the name of Bryce Williams filmed himself shooting reporter Allison Parker and photographer Adam Ward in Moneta, Virginia.…

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Appliances for your first apartment

Consumer Reports tested some of the staples for your first apartment to see which ones are worth buying.

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Marine vet brings his love for tech home

Sgt. Lucas Peters grew up in St. Johns County.  And after serving in the U.S. Marine Corps, including a tour in Iraq, he's returned home, opening two businesses that specializes in repairing smart technology and computers.

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Madden 16 releases to favorable reviews

Perhaps the most iconic sports video game franchise ever released its latest installment Tuesday to mostly glowing reviews.

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OrbMi voice messages

A new version of the trusty answering machine is making a debut in OrbMi.

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Comcast's super-fast cable Internet is coming

Comcast is working on a way to make cable Internet speeds as fast as Google Fiber -- and maybe even faster.

The company is testing new technology that will connect people to the web at more than 1 Gigabit per second. That's at least 50 times faster…

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