Justin Heintz

Hi there! Justin is currently 22 years old and was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and is the Multimedia Coordinator for 88.7 The Pulse.

Mozilla launches Firefox for iPhone and iPad

Mozilla has released Firefox for iOS on the App Store for free. The WebKit-based web browser for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch features a Firefox-like design, Intelligent Search, Firefox Accounts, Visual Tabs, Private Browsing mode on iOS 9 or later and more. Firefox for iOS is now available. Install it here: https://t.co/8VAze1gMr1 / release notes: https://t.co/HaSn8LkYTX — Mozilla Releases (@MozillaReleases) …

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It’s that time of year again for the annual EVIT Thanksgiving bake sale

Culinary Arts and Commercial Baking students at the East Valley Institute of Technology are prepping for one of their biggest events of the year: the annual Thanksgiving Bake Sale. Valley residents can get some help with their holiday baking by purchasing rolls, pies and more prepared by EVIT’s culinary and baking students. A dozen cottage cheese dill rolls are $4; …

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Instagram launches ‘Boomerang’ video app: What is it and how does it work?

The team behind Instagram has developed apps like Hyperlapse, which lets you film and share timelapse videos, and Layout, which hooks into Instagram, enabling you to make collages from your photos. And now that same team has announced a new app called Boomerang. It lets you capture GIF-like videos. Here’s everything we know so far about Boomerang… What is a Boomerang? Well, an actual “Boomerang” …

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iTunes Currently Has 87 Great Albums on Sale Including Halsey, Shawn Mendes, Justin Bieber, Walk The Moon, and More

iTunes is currently having a massive sale on some great albums, all of them available for only $6.99. If you are an Apple Music subscriber, it might not be worth it to you, but if you like to buy and own your music albums, then there are a few deals in there you can’t pass. There’s a total of 87 albums that are on …

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Tickets on sale for annual EVIT Foundation breakfast fundraiser

Tickets and table sponsorships are now on sale for this year’s EVIT Foundation Gourmet Breakfast featuring guest speaker Michael Bidwill, president of the Arizona Cardinals. The breakfast, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Nov. 4, will be served in the Culinary Arts Banquet Hall at the Dr. A. Keith Crandell (Main) Campus, 1601 W. Main St., Mesa. This annual fundraiser draws …

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Google unveils new “Playful” logo

As part of its massive restructuring effort, the Internet giant Google on Tuesday showed off its brand new logo. While the company refined its logo multiple times over the past seventeen years, today’s announcement marks the biggest change to Google’s visual identity thus far. The new logo along with family identity reflects the fact that people now interact with Google …

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You can now share photos and videos in portrait or landscape mode on Instagram

Instagram announced today that users are now able to upload photos and videos in either portrait or landscape mode, on top of the current square format that has became a marquee feature of the app. Available via the Instagram app update version 7.5 on iOS, this new capability will certainly be welcome by many users, as Instagram notes in a …

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Apple sends out invites for September 9th Special Event: ‘Hey Siri, give us a hint’

As expected, Apple has sent out invitations to for its iPhone event to be held on Wednesday, September 9th, 2015. The event will go down at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Fransisco, CA starting at 10am PST. It’s widely expected that the main topic of the event will be the new iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. …

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Twitter has finally removed the 140-character limit for Direct Messages

Two months into the announcement that it would remove the archaic 140-character limit from Direct Messages, Twitter today officially made the move in the hope of taking on popular instant messaging platforms like Facebook Messenger, Skype, iMessage and many others available. For people who use Direct Messages to communicate with their Twitter followers privately, this change couldn’t have come sooner …

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