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April 14, 2017, 7:30 AM

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Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Google adds “Style Ideas” feature in Image Search for mobile web and Android to show more fashion possibilities, using algorithms and authoritative sites  —  Google is not taking Pinterest's search ambitions lying down.  The company recently launched a “Similar Items” …
Kara Swisher / Recode:
Susan Fowler, the Stripe employee who exposed harassment at Uber, is named editor-in-chief of Increment, Stripe's new quarterly magazine for software engineers  —  The techie who became famous for her blog about the sorry state of Uber will run Increment.  —  Susan Fowler …
Ken Yeung / VentureBeat:
Instagram says Stories has 200M daily active users, passing 161M DAUs Snapchat reported in S1; update today brings selfie stickers, pinning stickers to videos  —  Instagram is seeing continued growth in the number of people using its Snapchat Stories-like feature.
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post:
Uber now allows riders who want extra privacy to input an intersection instead of an address as a drop-off or pickup location  —  Uber changed its app Thursday to allow riders to enter an intersection instead of an address as a drop-off or pickup location.  That way, customers can give …
Android Police:
Google Photos v2.13 for Android adds video stabilization feature  —  Qualcomm Snapdragon 835: The first benchmark results - comparisons to Pixel, OnePlus 3T, Galaxy S7, and more
Napier Lopez / The Next Web:
Slack now lets you change your status to a custom message with an emoji  —  Sometimes you need to step away from Slack, whether to pick up a phone call, head to a meeting, or you just need a break.  Unfortunately, that will often lead to your coworkers frantically trying to find you …
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
FCC's 600MHz spectrum band auction results: T-Mobile will pay $7.99B for what it says is 31MHz of spectrum nationwide, Dish to pay $6.2B, Comcast to pay $1.7B  —  Dish, Comcast, and US Cellular also bought plenty of 600MHz spectrum.  —  T-Mobile USA was the biggest winner in an auction …
James Vincent / The Verge:
Google has taught a neural network to sketch like humans, understand the concept of what it's drawing, and complete images started by someone else  —  Remember last year when Google released an AI-powered web tool that played Pictionary with your doodles?  Well, surprise!
Jordan Novet / VentureBeat:
Google is testing Google Hire, a tool for managing the job application process, with outside companies  —  Google has finally begun to provide hints about the app that's been under development by Bebop, the startup created by VMware cofounder Diane Greene that Google acquired in 2015.
Benjamin Mayo / 9to5Mac:
Workflow automation app has no ‘further updates planned’ following Apple acquisition  —  Via iGeneration, it seems that the Workflow app is in maintenance mode and unlikely to gain any new features in the foreseeable future.  According to an email reply a user received from Workflow support …

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