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Still in the game. Despite recent struggles, Twitter is still rolling out new features like a "Connect" tab to suggest who you should follow.

Snapped. A teen crashed her car while using a Snapchat "lens' that notes a vehicle's speed. A lawsuit blames the driver and company for the incident.

Just desserts. A 10-year-old discovered an Instagram security flaw and Facebook gave him $10,000 as a reward.

Filed. Disney filed a patent for a super fast 3-D printing method.

Testing. McDonald's is testing garlic fries in San Francisco for a limited time. They're called "Gilroy Garlic Fries."
Lindsay Friedman

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