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Twitter will share its data with researchers, Coca-Cola invests in Keurig, Pandora sets up music submission form, and more.

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Sara Roncero-Menendez on February 7, 2014.

New ID app helps to cut down on New York Fashion Week party crashers. The New York Times

Twitter will give chosen research institutions access to its public and historical data. The Telegraph

Apple removed Blockchain, a popular bitcoincoin wallet, from its App Store. Wired UK

Bloomingdale’s hosts live-styling event on Instagram to drive interaction during Fashion Week. Luxury Daily

Game company Zynga acquires NaturalMotion and technology to build better characters. MIT Technology Review

Facebook is currently working on a tool to edit the Look Back videos. TechCrunch

Coca-Cola invests in Keurig’s forthcoming Cold at-home beverage system. The Drum

Online luxury retailer Net-A-Porter launches its first magazine, Porter. The Drum

Pandora sets up new-music submission for indie and unsigned artists. The Next Web

Samsung asks olympians to hide their iPhones at the opening ceremony. Business Insider

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