According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is planning to launch a carpool-based ride-sharing service using Waze in the Bay Area. The new service would connect drivers and potential passengers going along the same route via the navigation app.

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After introducing Pebble Health last December, Pebble has been building out its smartwatch health and fitness features. A new update released today brings redesigns to Pebble’s health app, as well as revised timeline features, iPhone updates, and more for most (but not all) Pebble smartwatches.

The company has redesigned Pebble Health around activity tabs that display step count and sleep performance. Users can now access historical information for activities by pressing right on each tab. Pebble has also added a quick view feature to its activity timeline that lets users see what’s coming up next in their day by pressing down on the watchface. A few navigation features have gotten updates, too. A new application banner shows multiple…

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Snapchat has let you create custom geofilters for events since February, but until now you’ve needed image editing software to make one. Today the company rolled out a tool for creating on-demand geofilters on the web, using templates for weddings, birthdays, and other celebrations. The filters, which can cost as little as $5 for a party in a small geographic area, will appear alongside the other geofilters inside the app when your guests post snaps during your event. Snapchat’s tool lets you customize the filter’s color palate and the text, and offers preview images to show you what your guests’ snaps will look like once the filter is live.

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Microsoft is adding a neat little trick to its OneNote app today: ink math assistant. Popular with students, OneNote is often used to jot down notes with a stylus, and the new ink math assistant is designed to help students convert handwritten equations into text, and teach them how to solve them.

It works by automatically detecting equations that have been digitally inked into a OneNote page, and allows you to circle the equation and get step-by-step instructions on how to solve it. Alongside the new math equation option, Microsoft is also bringing an ink replay feature to its Office apps for Windows 10. You can choose to replay exactly how a note was created in ink, which will be useful if your handwriting is particularly bad.

These…

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