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ATT announces shared data plans, YouTube launches new face-blurring editing tool, Evernote for Mac updates with Retina support and Activity Stream, and Bing gets Foursquare integrations.
- ATT Announces Shared Data Plans, Available in Late August ATT announced today new shared data plans that will go live sometime in late August. These new plans will start at $40 per month plus $45 per smartphone line. This will get you unlimited minutes and messaging and 1GB of data. The plans go all the way up to $200 plus $30 per smartphone for 20GB of data. Feature phones can be added for $30, laptops for $20, and tablets for $10. Additional data will cost $15 per gigabyte. [Boy Genius Report]
- Face blurring: when footage requires anonymity YouTube launched a new tool that can blur faces in videos. It’s a great tool to use if you’re uploading sensitive content like a riot or protest, where the subjects’ identities would want to stay private. YouTube is making it very easy to do this—a single click and the rest is done for you. [YouTube Blog]
- SwiftKey 3 Updates with Jelly Bean Support SwiftKey 3, your favorite Android keyboard, updated today with support for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The update also addresses an issue for predictions not appearing in pop-ups, as well as miscellaneous UI tweaks and bugfixes. [Google Play]
- Evernote for Mac: Now with Activity Stream and Retina Support Evernote for Mac updated today with new features like Retina display support and Activity Stream, which keeps you updated on all the activites that are happening with your notebooks using the drop-down notification menu. [Evernote Blog]
- Foursquare Arrives on Bing Microsoft’s search engine Bing has introduced a new feature where tips and recommendations from Foursquare show up in a sidebar on the right-hand side of search results. So, whenever you search for something specific on Bing, Foursquare information about the search query will automatically show up for you on the side. [Bing Search Blog]