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  • Top of the Morning: Instagram Launches Collage-making App

    More options for photo-loving moms and dads!
  • 1. Instagram releases its own collage-making app

    Instagram Layout

    Listen up, Instagram-loving parents! The photo-sharing social media site released a stand-alone collage-making app called Layout on Monday, March 23. The move was in keeping with a strategy by Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg to roll out separate, specialized applications for people using mobile devices. Facebook-owned Instagram’s Layout app is only available in Apple devices now, but an Android version will be released soon. (abs-cbnnews.com)

    2. Free public Wi-Fi to become available in PH in July
    Staring July, free Wi-Fi Internet access will be available in public areas such as plazas, public schools, state universities, hospitals, train stations, airports, piers, municipal halls, and national government offices across the Philippines. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) will first implement the free public Wi-Fi, carrying a speed of 256 kilobytes per second, in Metro Manila, Cebu, and Davao. It will require registration, and daily data allotment will be based on pre-set categories. (abs-cbnnews.com)

    3. Did Mila Kunis admit to being married to Ashton Kutcher?
    Following the actor’s post about “The Kutchers,” there was a flurry of rumors saying that the two "That 70s Show" alums already tied the knot after having baby Wyatt, but she had always been coy when asked for confirmation. Appearing on The Late Late Show, Mila was asked by new host James Corden (Into The Woods) about it, to which she replied, ”Maybe.” James then demanded to see her hand, saw what looked like a wedding ring, and announced to the audience, “They are married, look!” (people.com)

    4. 66 students win in IMAS
    The Philippines brought home 66 medals in the fourth Mathematics Assessment for Schools (IMAS), a world-class math contest which started in 2011. This year’s competition was held in Chiang Kai Shek College in Manila. Filipino students got nine gold medals, 20 silvers, and 37 bronzes among the 2,448 students that participated from the Philippines. Congratulations! (abs-cbnnews.com)

    5. ADHD kids benefit more with family-centered care
    New research found that family-centered, compassionate care may be more effective than standard care. The researcher compared standard and enhanced or collaborative care in which special care managers acted as intermediaries between a family and their child’s doctors. Children who received enhanced collaborative care showed more improvement. The study was published in the journal Pediatrics. (usnews.com)

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