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Instagram Now Lets You Know When Your Friend’s Online

Instagram has announced it’s rolling out a new feature that lets you know when your friends are active on the platform. Starting today, you’ll see a little green dot sitting next to their profile picture in various spots around the app, including in your DMs,

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Apple Seeds tvOS 12 Beta 4 to Testers

After releasing the third beta a couple of weeks ago, Apple has seeded the fourth build of tvOS 12 to those registered to receive preview builds of the operating system running atop the Apple TV. While it isn’t the biggest update to hit the Apple TV,

watchOS 5 Beta 4 Now Available for Testing

Apple has released the fourth beta build of watchOS 5 for testing on the Apple Watch. This comes two weeks after the third beta was seeded and well before the updated operating system will be released to the public. watchOS 5 includes a handful of

Apple Releases Fourth Beta of iOS 12 for Testing

After a two week wait since the third build was released, Apple today began rolling out iOS 12 beta 4 for testing on the iPhone and iPad. This comes before a general release of the new software to the public in the fall. The fourth

You Can Now Test macOS Mojave on the 2018 MacBook Pro

Apple has released another beta of macOS Mojave for testing on the Mac before a release to the general public this fall. While there isn’t much new in the beta, the new build does add support for Apple’s lineup of 2018 MacBook Pros. The laptops

Microsoft Launches Free Version of its Slack Competitor

Microsoft Teams, the company’s competitor to other team communication tools on the market, has officially received a free version that’s built to compete with the free edition of Slack. The new version is available starting today worldwide in 40 languages. Up until now, Teams has

You Can Now Add Tickets and Boarding Passes to Google Pay

During I/O 2018, Google announced some additions to its Google Pay mobile payments service that have yet to reach all users. Fortunately, it looks like they’ve begun rolling out more widely as the company has announced in a blog post some additional features that are

macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Now Available for All Mac Users

Following a beta program over the course of a few weeks, Apple today released macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 as a free update for all supported Mac users. To install the update, head over to the “Updates” tab in the App Store and check for updates. There, you’ll find the

Apple Releases watchOS 4.3.2 to Apple Watch Users

Now rolling out to all Apple Watch users, Apple today released watchOS 4.3.2 as a free update. It comes after the software was in beta stages and meant for installation by developers. To install the update, navigate to the Watch app on your paired iPhone and

tvOS 11.4.1 is Now Available for Apple TV

Apple has begun rolling out tvOS 11.4.1 to all Apple TV users. This comes after the update was first released to beta testers over the course of a few weeks. Now, anyone with a fourth- or fifth-generation Apple TV can install the update. It includes

Apple Releases iOS 11.4.1 to Everyone

Apple today began rolling out iOS 11.4.1 to everyone who owns an iPhone or iPad. This comes after a beta period consisting of five different builds phased out over a number of weeks. To install iOS 11.4.1 on your device, head over to Settings > General