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Twitter tests new local discovery features.
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LinkedIn turns its contacts section into a personal assistant.
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Image: Officers embrace near the site of the explosion on Boylston Street after the FBI officially returned jurisdiction of the area over to the city in Boston, Massachusetts, April 22, 2013. Credit: REUTERS/Chitose Suzuki/Boston Herald/Pool