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July 6, 2016, 7:55 PM

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Casey Newton / The Verge:
Snapchat is rolling out Memories, a searchable in-app archive for sharing past photos and videos, including from your phone's camera roll, on iOS and Android  —  At a time when its social networking rivals are racing to promote more real-time sharing, Snapchat is turning its attention to the past.
Kurt Wagner / Recode:
Twitter tests sports coverage, starting with Wimbledon stream, featuring video and scrollable tweets on dedicated Live page  —  Twitter is streaming Wimbledon, our first glimpse at live sports on Twitter.  —  Twitter wants to get into the business of streaming live sports …
Aneto Okonkwo / Inside Search:
Google updates Now on Tap with ability to translate text from any screen, Discover mode, search by QR codes and bar codes  —  With Now on Tap, Android Marshmallow users can get quick help from Google without having to stop what they're doing.  Today, we're introducing new Now on Tap features …
David Ruddock / Android Police:
Source: Google is working on two Android Wear smartwatches with Google Assistant integration to be released after the new Nexus handsets are announced  —  Speaking to Android Police, a reliable source has told us that Google is currently building two Android Wear devices - possibly Nexus-branded …
Jay Greene / Wall Street Journal:
Microsoft combines its enterprise resource planning and CRM software to create cloud-based Dynamics 365, launching this fall  —  Company seeks to better compete in markets where it trails SAP and Oracle  —  Microsoft Corp. plans to update its business software line called Dynamics on Wednesday …
Chris O'Brien / VentureBeat:
Google buys machine learning startup Moodstocks to help your phone's camera identify objects  —  Google announced today that it has acquired Paris-based Moodstocks, a startup that has developed machine learning technology to bolster the image recognition features on smartphones.
Natalie Gagliordi / ZDNet:
Walmart brings Walmart Pay to all of its 4,600+ stores in the US  —  Announced in December, Walmart Pay is pitched as a free mobile payments service for use in the retail giant's stores.  —  Walmart said it has made the mobile payment app Walmart Pay available in its more than 4,600 Walmart stores nationwide.
Joanna Stern / Wall Street Journal:
Source: new entry-level iPhone will have a starting point of 32GB storage instead of 16GB  —  Whether or not Apple's next overhaul of the iPhone meets your needs, you should still wait until September to commit to a new phone  —  Will Apple wow you in September?
Charlie Osborne / ZDNet:
Starship to begin testing six-wheeled autonomous delivery robots in UK, Germany, and Switzerland  —  There are big brands which think the robots could rock the industry.  —  Try not to step on them — the autonomous robot delivery guys which will soon appear on the streets of cities in the UK, Germany and Switzerland.

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